How to Get the Most Out of Your Resort Day

Resort Skiing

There’s nothing quite like the satisfaction derived from, as they say, “earning your turns.” Untracked snow and crowd-free explorations are major perks to getting your fill of pow off-piste.

That said, skiing groomed trails still holds plenty of appeal for a variety of skiers and snowboarders.

Perhaps you’re a backcountry skier looking to enjoy a little Type 1 fun. Maybe you’re a weekend warrior escaping the city life for a … Read more >>


5 Valentine’s Day Gifts for your Backcountry Squeeze

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This Valentine’s Day, skip the tired, lazy tradition of flowers, chocolates, and jewelry and get your better half something that you’ll both actually want to use. After all, you both love the outdoors, right? That’s why you’re together, right? That’s why you’re shopping on this website, right? Reading this blog?

1. The Nemo Mezzo Loft Duo

Snuggle up and get cozy on your next car camping trip with Nemo’s Mezzo Read more >>


Premier Gear: Meidjo Telemark Bindings

The M Equipment Meidjo 2.0 Telemark Binding

For the tele skier who wants it all.

The M-Equipment, brainchild of French mechanical engineer Pierre Mouyade, has delivered version 2.0 of its highly innovative Meidjo binding. Merging a Dynafit-style low-tech toe piece with an NTN-style “duckbutt” second heel, these step-in bindings not only tour extremely efficiently, they tackle the downhill with equal gusto, offering fantastic lateral rigidity (and therefore edge control) and smooth telé-rêsistançe with their adjustable springbox. … Read more >>


Protect Your Powder Hound: Winter Safety Tips for Your Dog

Ruffwear dog jacket

When the snow starts falling and the promise of fresh powder fills the land, you may want to grab your favorite four-legged adventure pal and head outside.

By all means, you should.

But before diving paws first into cold weather activities, make sure you’re well-equipped and knowledgeable on the ways that winter weather can affect your dog.

Gear up before you head out

Chances are your gear load increases during … Read more >>


Gear Review: Voile Telemark Bindings

Voile Telemark Bindings

Voile has more telemark binding options than any other company on the market. They’ve been making tele bindings for years and are some of the best in the game. In this video, we’ll look at Voile Mountaineer, 3 pin with cable, 3 Pin Hardwire, Switchback, and Switchback X2.… Read more >>


Gear Review: Dynafit Tech Bindings

Dynafit Tech Bindings

Dynafit has been pioneering tech bindings for over 30 years. In this video we’ll review the Dynafit Radical ST 2.0, Radical FT 2.0, Beast 14, Beast 16, TLT Superlight 2.0, TLT Expedition, and TLT Speed Radical. No matter what kind of tech binding you’re looking for, Dynafit’s got you covered.… Read more >>


Gear Review: Marker Kingpin Binding

Marker Kingpin

With the rise of backcountry skiing, so has come the rise of the tech binding. With the introduction of the Marker Kingpin, there is finally a tech binding on the market that offers the security of a traditional binding and the lightweight design of a tech binding.… Read more >>


Gear Review: Scarpa Telemark Ski Boots

Scarpa Telemark Boots

Scarpa and telemark skiing are pretty much synonymous. In the video, we look at Scarpa T4, Scarpa T2 Eco, Scarpa T1, and the Scarpa TX Pro.… Read more >>


Gear Review: Scott Telemark Ski Boots

Scott Telemark Boots

Scott Telemark boots have enjoyed a facelift in the past few years with improved designs from the Garmont line. In this video, we’ll look at the Scott Excursion and the Scott Synergy. Now some of the best fitting boots on the market, Scott tele boots are here to stay.… Read more >>


Gear Review: Tech Bindings and Their Best Uses

Tech Bindings

With the growth of backcountry skiing, more and more people are looking into tech bindings. In this video we’ll look at Dynafit Radical FT 2.0, Dynafit Radical ST, G3 Ion, Black Diamond Vipec, and Marker Kingpin.… Read more >>


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