Paddle Sports Editor David Spiegel dropped into the Grand Canyon of the Stikine with the Zen Rescue PFD strapped to his chest. How’s that for an endorsement?
Reviewer Marshal Olson’s search for the perfect alpine boot might be over.
The Blake family is selling Taos Ski Valley. We needed to weigh in.
What smells better than a Mons Royale Supa Tech LS base layer after about 30 days of hard use? Not much, actually.
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.
The Gunsmoke is a very good pow ski that can double as a surfy, all-mountain tool, too.
Smith Optics deserves very high praise for the Vantage. We know of no helmet on the market that has a better set of features.
Helly Hansen’s Legendary pants are relatively inexpensive and pretty warm, but there are some fabric issues we need to talk about.
The redesigned 2013 All Star is a great playboat that will also work as a decent river runner.
We found a signifiant flaw with the pre-production version of the Swix Sonic R1 Full Carbon Ski Pole, but it appears that Swix has fixed the issue.
The Dakine Poacher 45L works well year-round, and it comes with some thoughtful, well-designed features.
In our first look at the Trek Superfly 8, we talk about fit and initial impressions of this XC hardtail.
The Volkl Mantra is an iconic, all-mountain ski that everybody knows—or at least thinks they know. Here’s our take.
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.
Elastic Travel? Release Values? Forward Pressure? DIN settings? Tech bindings vs. Alpine bindings? If you’ve never heard of these things, or aren’t sure what they are, this article is for you.
Blister’s Iris Neary updates her review of the CAMP Pulse, one of the few combo climbing/skiing helmets on the market.
A climbing harness built into a pair of shorts? We take a look at Mammut’s Realization Short.
UPDATE: With more time in the M2, we can still say that Anon has combined awesome optics with great engineering to create the easiest-to-use interchangeable goggle we’ve ever tested.
The Ogio Baja 70 Hydration Pack does exactly what it’s intended to do: carry your essential ride supplies comfortably and securely.