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5 Best All-Mountain 2021 Snowboards for Men

by Jim O'Leary | Nov 9, 2020

Being a Florida-based snowboard shop, we’re aware of the realities of traveling to get to snow. Specifically, the limitations checked baggage restrictions put on bringing gear. We’d love to have every one of our boards available to us every time we head to the hills, but that gets over the ...

Peter Glenn Ski Show Goes Virtual

by Jose Triana | Oct 6, 2020

For the past 32 years, the Peter Glenn Ski & Sports Ski Show has been a staple. A great opportunity for families to get outfitted for their next ski trip, gear heads to look at the latest tech, and for those looking to speak one on one with vendors and ...

Tips for Finding Your Next Pair of Hiking Boots

by Jim O'Leary | Aug 5, 2020

We love the outdoors, waterskiing, and of course snowboarding and skiing here at Peter Glenn. But we also love hiking! Simply getting out into nature and enjoying a walk is a great way to spend an afternoon or a few weeks if you're backpacking. And best of all, the only ...

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Tech Talk: Pack Fitting 101 Blog Post

Tech Talk: Pack Fitting 101

by Jim O'Leary | Jul 30, 2020

New backpack! It’s exciting, thinking about all the adventures you’ll go on together. And a good pack can make those adventures better, helping you bring along whatever you need to make your time in the outdoors more enjoyable. But before you go on those adventures, you need to put the pack ...

Tech Talk: Running Shoe Glossary

by Jim O'Leary | Jul 14, 2020

One of our favorite things about running is how simple it is. Just lace up your running shoes, head out the door, and BOOM! You’re running. Unfortunately, while running is simple, talking about it isn’t. From specialized terms that don’t always mean what you think they mean, to ultra-specific names for ...

The Fanny Pack Is Back!

by Jonny Moseley | Jul 1, 2020

It’s not just for retro spring skiing anymore! The upside of COVID is that my regular running game is strong. I walk/run every morning between two and six miles depending on how my body feels and how much time I have. I love to listen to the news or a podcast and ...

Tech Talk: Replacing Your Inline Skate Wheels & Bearings

by Jose Triana | Jun 29, 2020

If you’ve been skating for a while, chances are you like to pick up speed. But as your wheels get older and more worn, that easy access to speed might be limited. What many beginner skaters don’t realize is that wheels need to be rotated and/or replaced the more you ...

Tips for Finding Your Perfect Inflatable

by Jim O'Leary | Jun 22, 2020

Wakeboarding and waterskiing are great; they’re something we’re passionate about here at Peter Genn. But there’s no denying that a good tube ride is a ton of fun too. And best of all, they’re a kind of fun that’s easy to share. Younger riders, or even adults with less experience ...

Types of Inline Skates: Choosing Your Best Option

by Jim O'Leary | Jun 15, 2020

In case you haven’t heard, inline skating is back. No longer relegated to the back of the garage or a corner of the closet, people are strapping on their skates and heading down the sidewalk. Why? That’s easy - it’s more fun than running and easier than cycling. So, you should ...