Many of us owe our passion for the outdoors to our fathers.
In February, we put more than 250 pairs of next winter's skis through their paces at Snowbird, Utah. We're talking 18 testers, three days, and a total of 1.5 million vertical feet. Find out which planks rose to the top in the Winter Buyer's Guide, which hits newsstands in October. In the meantime, let photographer Lee Cohen take you through the test.
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These planks have built-in sensors to track your ski dynamics and offer real-time coaching. Geeky or brilliant?
From filmmakers Alex D'Agostino and Ben Goertzen, Whiskey Facts follows a crew of Montana skiers into the backcountry for a day full of pillows and trips to the whiteroom.
From Level 1 Productions, this video is Laurent De Martin’s edit from the film Habit.
From filmmaker Dino Raffault and Red Bull, Moonline features aerial athlete and skier Valentin Delluc speed riding on a 20-meter LED-equipped parachute.
From Sherpas Cinema and the North Face, Tsirku is a three-part film series featuring skiers Hadley Hammer and Sam Anthamatten with snowboarder Ralph Backstrom attempting to ski Corrugated, a set of spines on the Tsirku Glacier.
From filmmaker Thomas Woodson, photographer Adam Clark, and skier Drew Peterson Skiing the Wild West documents Peterson’s mission to ski the tallest mountain in each of the western states.
From Yucca Productions and Black Crows Skis Nocta features skiers Bruno Compagnet and Layla Jean Kerley as the shred night laps illuminated by headlamp.