This year for our post-SIA review trip, we decided to stay home. Here’s why.
In the 2nd installment of the Blister SIA Awards, we turn to (and on) what’s next in outerwear.
A friendly competition among a few well-known ski companies has taken a dark and disturbing turn.
It’s been a good season for ski movies, but there’s one you might have missed. And it’s a great one: United We Ski.
Custom skis—are they worth it? Well, everything about the Wagner Custom Skis design process has been very impressive so far.
Most ski films don’t deserve to be called “Important.” But *Pretty Faces* isn’t most ski films, and it definitely deserves your support. Here’s why.
We’ve compiled a list of last-minute gift ideas for the active people in your life.
The Blake family is selling Taos Ski Valley. We needed to weigh in.
Blister is back at Alta, and these photos from last weekend will show you why Alta makes for a pretty great place to carry out our mission.
If you only read one thing on Blister, read this. Let’s make sure this amazing kid gets to Whistler.
Winter is back, and we’re all very thankful. And those who were at Taos this Thanksgiving are supremely thankful.
Blister reviewer Garrett Altmann is competing on the FWT this season, and we’re designing a custom ski for the occasion. Check it out.
Blister reviewer Garrett Altmann is competing this season on the Freeride World Tour. Check out his writeup and these photos to see what it took to get there.
The Green Race, one of the most prestigious events in whitewater kayaking, took place last weekend. We caught up with LiquidLogic designer Shane Benedict to talk about what makes this competition unique.
“We’re going to move mountains, and we’re going to make it look like we’re doing this on the fly.”
Jason Levinthal, the founder of LINE Skis, is on to a new project: “I want to do everything the exact opposite of what’s being done today.”
It’s been snowing in Taos, and we’re jonesing. Check out these images from last spring — we’ll see you there this season.
The Grand Canyon of the Stikine, widely considered to be the most difficult big water expedition run in North America, is an epic journey through Class V water.
Photos of the bizarre things we saw on the Interbike floor, from very strange suspension designs to ingenious ways to carry a six-pack.
Interbike officially kicked off Wednesday. From 27.5 bikes to new safety tech, here’s a bit of what we’ve seen.