We spent much of last season ignoring the Volkl V-Werks Katana. Turns out, that was a really stupid thing to do.
In this article, Charlie Bradley explains why length and width measurements can be overrated, and debunks one of the most common myths in skiing.
The Bolle Sharp helmet is lightweight and highly adjustable, but its venting system could stand to be refined.
The Salomon X-Pro 120 alpine boot has a heat moldable, customizable shell that offers a very impressive mix of comfort, forgiveness, and performance.
With rockered tips, traditional camber underfoot, and a slightly rockered tail, the Samba is a true all-mountain ski for strong intermediate-to-expert females.
The North Face Back-to-Berkeley Boot SE has a unique felted-wool upper that gives the boot a vintage look while incorporating modern materials and construction. It’s a great balance of tech and style.
The Rossignol Experience 100 is a serious ski that will reward you for bringing your A-game to the mountain.
The Patagonia Primo Down Jacket is durable, light, and built for the coldest, crappiest, windiest weather.
The Fischer Watea 96 is a lightweight, directional ski that offers outstanding energy on groomers, is perfectly suitable for moguls, and can handle fluid, fall-line skiing in soft chop and powder.
What’s the most versatile park ski on the market? Probably the Armada AR7.
This is the 3rd version of the Moment Governor we’ve reviewed, and it is the best version we’ve reviewed.
This year for our post-SIA review trip, we decided to stay home. Here’s why.
The DPS Spoon has received a whole lot of buzz and media attention, but how does it actually perform? Time for an in-depth review.
A preview of Rossignol’s new Experience 100, a ski we’re very intrigued by for 3 reasons.
We preview the new Volkl Mantra, with specs, rocker pics, and comparisons to the current Mantra and the Blizzard Bonafide
In the 2nd installment of the Blister SIA Awards, we turn to (and on) what’s next in outerwear.
The Blizzard Peacemaker is a freestyle-oriented, all-mountain ski that can be pushed much harder than most other playful, all-mtn twin tips.
A friendly competition among a few well-known ski companies has taken a dark and disturbing turn.
The Burton Antler is a snappy, playful, all-mountain board that wants to jump off everything.
We take another look at the Blizzard Scout, a ski intended to go uphill and “rip giant lines on your way back down.”