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What Your Skis Say About You

by Lonely
Nov 20th 2020 - 35 comments

The skis you choose to attach to your feet say a lot about you as a person. I decided to generalize and stereotype some groups of skiers based on what they ski. What group are you in?

Win the 2021 Renoun Citadel 106 🚨

by Newschoolers
Nov 18th 2020 - 0 comments

Sign up for a chance to win a pair of Renoun Citadel 106 touring skis. The Citadel 106 is the ultimate ski for those who are looking for lightweight performance. Both light and stable, a combination not previously possible. Features Weight: 1,650g/ski Rocker Profile: Rocker/camber/rocker Construction: Full carbon fiber

How To Ski More Sustainably: Skis

by MattMasson
Nov 16th 2020 - 11 comments

To put it simply; you can’t ski without a pair of skis. So if skiing really wants to be environmentally friendly, finding a sustainable way to make them is vital. After last week’s look at softgoods, this week it’s How to Ski More Sustainably: Skis.

Forster Meeks: It's not an If; it's a When

by zachfenn
Nov 13th 2020 - 10 comments

The 28-year-old Forster Meeks has been putting out his own personal taste of controlled chaos in the streets during the winter and Mt. Hood in the summer for years. The everso unpretentious Meeks took the chance to sit down and chat about his knee injury, trick selection, his new edit, Summer of the Cap, and what the future has in store for him.

Rad Parks: Pine Knob

by Lonely
Nov 12th 2020 - 27 comments

As many parks across the state's decline, some parks are doing a hell of a lot with very little. I had the opportunity to interview Matt Dunn, the park manager of one of the sickest up and coming parks in the midwest about what goes into building a rad park, how parks have changed, and future plans for Pine Knob. If you see these pictures and felt jealous like I did, maybe send this article over to your park crew or mountain and show them how much can be done for so little.

Changing Course: Misadventures to Greenland

by 4FRNT
Nov 9th 2020 - 7 comments

Like all great explorations, this one began on a whim. "Siggi has given us Aurora in March to help bring the 60ft sailboat to Greenland and scout for future ski trips!" We assembled our crew, tuned up the skis, and set out to sail from Iceland to Greenland in search of boat access backcountry line.