In the Streets

SIA 2016

  Although it has been a tough year for the ski and snowboard industry due to weather issues, the Snowsports Industry of America (SIA) put on an amazing trade show nonetheless.  Brands showed up in droves to flaunt their new styles, products, and tech. The trends for skis next year are all about balancing everything […] Read more…

3 Skier Sites for the Winter 411

Skiers and snowboarders have a need for sport specific data when it comes to forecasting and everyday info. Between chasing snow for the best powder days and more people than ever accessing the backcountry, these sites fill a very important void. The amount of info online seems endless so we have narrowed down a few […] Read more…

8 Instagram’s Worth the Follow this Winter

@willwiss This is snow porn at its finest and a must follow on Instagram. Alpine vistas and steep AK spins – these are the shots that make your mind wander. A master of his trade, Will Wissman captures the essence of skiing with deep powder turns and places that are worthy of any skiers bucket […] Read more…

R.I.P. Doug Tompkins

With life, there is always death.  However, sometimes it seems the latter comes too soon.  On December 8, high profile environmentalist and founder of The North Face, Doug Tompkins, died in a kayaking accident in southern Chile.  He was 72 years young.  Throughout his life, Doug had many great achievements in the outdoor recreation industry, […] Read more…

Snowshoeing with a Family

Check out this awesome post about snowshoeing from our guest blogger and Skis.com team member Heather Larive. As the mother of a 12 year old girl and 2 year old boy, life is pretty active. We love summer because of all the wonderful outdoor activities the season provides. Days exploring the beach and woods fly […] Read more…

Codah ready to go longboarding

10 Tips for Longboarding with Your Dog

I’m always searching for off season ways to mimic the feel of snowboarding. Coincidentally, I also have a dog that needs the energy run out of her on a regular basis. I found the perfect solution to both problems, I let my dog pull me on my longboard. It’s great exercise for both of us, […] Read more…

The Best Websites to Geek Out On Skiing

Skiers are a unique breed. We live, eat and breathe this sport. With other sports, there may only be a few resources for fans and loyalists to get their news, information and the low down on what is happening within their sport or hobby. As skiers we want to know what is going on all […] Read more…

Wet Your Whistle Slope Side: Top Ten Ski Drinks

Here’s a guest post from one of our Skis.com team members Steve Nowak, who weighs in here on slope side drinks. The next time you’re on the slopes, I’m guessing it will be highly unlikely that you’ll cross paths with a friendly St. Bernard that has a cask of brandy around his neck, especially since […] Read more…

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