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  There’s no place more telling that the ski industry pushes its boundaries beyond the lifts than in accessories. from Buyer’s Guide 2012 Generation Next Head/Tyrolia claims its Generation Next binding ski toes offer unprecedented stability and re-centring capabilities based on new kinematic science. Expect enhanced solidity both horizontally and vertically, plus much improved tilt control … More »

Ski Better: Fall 2010

Ski with feet, photo by Gillian Morgan

SKIER:Chris Lennon SNOW:Blackcomb PHOTOS:Gillian Morgan Strong Arm of the Pow Far too often I’ve heard the suggestion that we should “ski with our hands.” I’m pretty certain we ski predominantly with our feet, but nevertheless, our arms help us balance and the use of our poles aid with rhythm and timing. I generally don ‘t … More »

Poles 2011

Multi-tasker K2’s light and powerful Lock Jaw Carbon Alu adjustable-length poles come with a no-slip, one-touch locking mechanism (that’s where it gets its name), full-length carbon shaft, integrated inclinometer for settling arguments over how steep it actually is, and a solid, oversize grip ideal for pushing your way through the deep and skiing your way … More »

What else is in store?

  There’s no place more telling that the ski industry pushes its boundaries beyond the lifts than in accessories. from Buyer’s Guide 2012 Generation Next Head/Tyrolia claims its Generation Next binding ski toes offer unprecedented stability and re-centring capabilities based on new kinematic science. Expect enhanced solidity both horizontally and vertically, plus much improved tilt control … More »

Ski Better: Fall 2010

Ski with feet, photo by Gillian Morgan

SKIER:Chris Lennon SNOW:Blackcomb PHOTOS:Gillian Morgan Strong Arm of the Pow Far too often I’ve heard the suggestion that we should “ski with our hands.” I’m pretty certain we ski predominantly with our feet, but nevertheless, our arms help us balance and the use of our poles aid with rhythm and timing. I generally don ‘t … More »

Poles 2011

Multi-tasker K2’s light and powerful Lock Jaw Carbon Alu adjustable-length poles come with a no-slip, one-touch locking mechanism (that’s where it gets its name), full-length carbon shaft, integrated inclinometer for settling arguments over how steep it actually is, and a solid, oversize grip ideal for pushing your way through the deep and skiing your way … More »

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