Thom’s Review-Blizzard Bonafide Skis 2019-Skis.com

Hi I’m Thom, I just got of the all-new Blizzard Bonafide. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. This has been one of my perennial favorites and they manage to make it even better this year. Kind of reduced the rocker profile a little bit, widened Continue Reading

Snowboarding in New Zealand – Ennitime – Ep 1

It’s always nice to come to New Zealand. You get to snowboard again after the summer and see all the friends you don’t usually see during the summer time. The Snow Park is always in great shape and there’s a lot to ride. It feels like riding in Finland, as Continue Reading

Ski and snowboard race to the bottom – Red Bull Home Run Sweden 2011

We are back here in Are for Red Bull Home Run. This is my favorite event, I won it a year ago. There are more people now, I’m going to ski away from 350 people. It will be harder this year, Petter Nortugh is here. There are professionals here as Continue Reading

How to Set a Skin Track for Backcountry Skiing: The Fundamentals

– [Rob Hess] The art of setting a skin track is just that, an art. And when I set a skin track I’m thinking about a few things right off the bat. First would be safety, efficiency, and comfort. Those are my directives when I decide how I want to Continue Reading

Slopestyle Snowboarding w/ Anna Gasser

Hello, my name is Anna Gasser and I’m a slopestyle snowboarder. I just love to snowboard because … it gives me a certain feeling that no other sport has been able to give me. There’s an incredible sense of freedom behind it and you are your own master in every Continue Reading

Rob’s Review-Arbor Foundation Snowboard 2016-Snowboards.com

Hey, I’m Rob. Just got done riding the Arbor Foundation. I give it 3 out of 5 stars. It’s a low level board. It’s an entry-level all-mountain board so it’s pretty soft-flexing. The rocker shape makes it really, really easy to roll over on edge but you’re gonna want to Continue Reading

Backcountry Hiking and Backpacking – Visiting Yellowstone

You’re watching Visiting Yellowstone One of the most amazing aspects of Yellowstone National Park is the sheer size of this place. The park consists of 2.2 million acres. To reach the wildest sections of this ecosystem, the National Park Service has developed a 1000 mile trail system. Walking in to Continue Reading

How To Ride Powder On A Snowboard

Powder Landings: Landing in powder is actually much harder then landing on park jumps but it feels rad when you stomp and it’s pretty soft which provides a forgiving way to try new tricks. While in the air your position should be exactly the same as hitting a park jump Continue Reading

Flat Vs System Skis by Skis com

Hi, I’m Kevin from skis.com. Today I’m going to give a quick rundown on the difference between a flat ski and a system ski. System skis can also be called a ski that comes with bindings or also sometimes referred to as integrated skis. The advantage to a ski that Continue Reading

Be An Outdoor Ambassador: How To Implement Low-Impact Hiking Skills

We go outside to wander and to explore the adventurous spirit within ourselves. As an endurance runner and an ambassador for our trails I want to encourage you to look before you step and to implement low-impact recreation skills to preserve these outdoor sanctuaries for generations to come. While traveling Continue Reading