Spray skirts don’t just keep you dry, they also keep you safe. We sat down with Max Blackburn of Immersion Research to find out how one of the industry’s top skirt manufacturers is thinking about and designing one of the “five essentials.”
We sat down with Danny Mongno from Werner Paddles to find out more about Werner’s philosophy behind design, materials and construction.
You know Line Skis. But do you know the guy who designs all of Line’s skis?
Blister reviewer Garrett Altmann is competing on the FWT this season, and we’re designing a custom ski for the occasion. Check it out.
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.”
Our interview with Dagger Kayaks Designer Mark “Snowy” Robertson about how he became a designer, his creative process, and the future of whitewater paddling.
Goose Kearse, president of Misty Mountain Threadworks, talks about the history and the mission of the 28-year-old climbing company.
The climbing world seems to inspire “rogue” thinking and upstart companies. George Shumate of Boulder5 talks about the challenges and the rewards of setting out on your own.
Zach Lerner isn’t just one of the most interesting climbers out there, he’s one of the most interesting people in mountain sports. See why.
Through a combination of trail building and shop owning, Troy Rarick helped turn Fruita, Colorado, from a bankrupt town into a mountain bike destination. It’s a philosophy he’s now spreading around the world.
In the first installment of our new series, 20 QUESTIONS, Scott Andrus, founder and president of ON3P skis, provides a very candid, behind the scenes look at the life and work of an upstart ski builder.