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Peter Glenn Dryland Training Guide: Week 4

by Jonny Moseley | Apr 20, 2020

 Jonny Moseley here.  Today I’m taking over The Dryland Training Guide. Inline skating was always a staple in my cross training regimen but this is the  first time my boys have tried it. Like you, we’ve been cooped up at home for a while and we are always looking ...

Peter Glenn Dryland Training Guide: Week 3

by Jose Triana | Apr 10, 2020

One of the best ways to get outdoors and exercising is with inline skates. Not only are they a great option for cruising around, but if used properly, they can easily give you a workout that will show its effects right into the winter season. Skating gives you all the ...

Peter Glenn Dryland Training Guide: Week 2

by Jose Triana | Mar 31, 2020

Another week another workout. Hopefully you were able to get through week 1 without a hitch, and even if you didn’t, remember you can always cycle through the workout again after a few weeks to see if there are any improvements! In this week, a lot of the focus is ...

Peter Glenn Dryland Training Guide: Week 1

by Jose Triana | Mar 24, 2020

Being stuck at home is never anyone's idea of fun. Unfortunately, once the slopes close for the season, that’s exactly what might happen. Instead, take this time to get some dryland training under your belt. There are tons of exercises, both regular and ski-specific, that can get you in great ...

Tips on Choosing Your Ideal Ski Shape

by Jim O'Leary | Feb 18, 2020

Shape defines so much about how a ski rides, but not just the sidecut and waist width. The camber profile, how the ski is shaped when you view it from the side, might be the most important feature to consider when purchasing a ski, because it impacts how the ski ...

Buyers Guide: Choosing the Right Insulation

by Suzie Dundas | Jan 24, 2020

Most skiers and snowboarders know (okay, pretty much every skier and snowboarder knows) that insulation is essential to staying warm. Insulation works by both trapping your body heat against your core and creating a barrier to keep cold air off your skin.But what some people don’t know is that there ...

Essential Tips for Picking the Perfect Helmet

by Jim O'Leary | Jan 17, 2020

Safety first, of course. But a good helmet gives you so much more than that. They’re warmer than a beanie, and can help your goggles work better too. In fact, there’s so many reasons to wear a helmet, it's a wonder anyone doesn’t want to wear one. Of course, the most ...

Tech Talk: The Burton Step On Binding System

by Jim O'Leary | Dec 2, 2019

Until recently, the design of snowboard bindings had been kind of stagnant. There have obviously been improvements in comfort and adjustablity, from seamless straps to sliding heelcups. But at the end of the day, you were still strapping in using the same buckles and straps that snowboarders have been using ...

2019 Winter Buying Guide: Everything You Need for Your Next Trip

by Jim O'Leary | Nov 22, 2019

With the winter season finally here, just about everyone is booking trips, checking snow forecasts, and imagining a day spent on the mountain. One important element to any trip, however, is your gear. Not only do you want to look your best, but also you want to be sure you ...

Tips for Understanding Waterproof Ratings

by Jim O'Leary | Sep 13, 2019

Not Waterproof Just because an item is built for the outdoors does not mean it's built to be waterproof. Primarily this is done for items that aren't meant to be worn as outerwear, like layering pieces or casual clothes. But sometimes outerwear isn't designed to be waterproof, either for enhanced ...

Tips on How to Find Your Perfect Jacket Size

by Jose Triana | Feb 21, 2019

One of the most commonly asked questions we get on just about a daily basis is how to find your correct jacket size. While you may know your general size when it comes to your clothing, ski and snowboard gear is a bit different. For one, you need space for ...