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Ski gear is expensive, but it's also a long-term investment. I've found that the best stuff will last at least six seasons—if you take care of it properly. Here are eight tips to help you get the most out of your winter gear.
Last summer, something exciting happened at Outdoor Retailer. While being lulled to sleep by the repetition of terms like “membranes” and “midsoles,” I heard a whisper about a new corner of the show where young brands had created their own unique scene.
Surprise! Good socks are one of the most important—and overlooked—elements of your ski setup.
Admit it: Most of us don't get more than one or two true powder days per season. So when there are 18 inches of fresh under the chair, you better be ready to maximize your turns.
Sure, the following list is heavy on alcohol-related products, but booze and being outside go hand in hand, right? So let’s embrace the party with these eight items, all for $30 or less.
Five of the most popular brands designed for playing in the mountains in a head-to-head test.
Nap efficiently and you'll be happier and more efficient at the office. But oversleep and you'll feel groggier than when you went to bed. These six pieces will help you nap right.
Did you let yourself go during the holidays? Maybe even all of 2014? Don't jump right into weekend-warrior mode and burn yourself out during the first three weeks of January.
Even though New Year's Eve is behind us, you can still use skiing as an excuse to crack open a cold one, either at the local bar or in the parking lot.
Low on cash and running out of time to buy a present for the outdoor lover in your life? Here are six gear gifts that will stoke out the pickiest winter athlete without leaving a dent in your fun fund.