Gear

Backcountry Skiing Tip

Backcountry Skiing Tip by Andy Dappen Backcountry skiers spend hundreds of dollars shaving ounces of weight from their skis, boots, and bindings ...and then they walk uphill, collect a lot of snow on the tops... Read More...

Hok Giddiness

Hok Giddiness by Sarah Shaffer Mark holding his Tiak and trying out the new Hok Skis. This last week my family and I got a couple of short test days to try out our new Hok skis made by Altai Skis.... Read More...

The Stranger

Our very own team member Coby Trudell is the man shredding the downhill in this short film by Cody Carter. All footage was taken in the mountains surrounding Wenatchee. The bike chosen for the film is from Tran... Read More...

Ski Crampons

by Andy Dappen For spring and summer skiing, ski crampons that attach under the ball of your foot to your specific, backcountry-skiing binding are extremely valuable. During the early morning hours of a sk... Read More...

Why Telemark?

by Andy Dappen Dynafit's Tourlite Tech randonnee binding--a 1.5 pound (per pair) wonder. Telemark skiing rose from the ashes of extinction in the mid-1970s for intelligent reasons. Lightweight ... Read More...

Superhero Tape

Superhero Tape by Andy Dappen A 1.5" X 60" roll of Tenacious Tape. For field use, re-roll the tape on itself and toss the cardboard core which is a waste of weight and space. Duct tape has dozens of u... Read More...

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