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An acquaintance of mine was unfortunate enough to be diagnosed with skier’s thumb on both hands from a single fall. His treatment involved a cast on both wrists for six weeks. During his recovery period, I still have memories of his roommates arguing over who would help him in the bathroom. Skier’s thumb, also known … More »

Bindings 2013

This year’s bindings make it most apparent that the ski world is breaking boundaries. Virtually all the R&D for this segment has gone into multi-tasking solutions for skiers heading beyond the ropes with bindings that walk. In many ways what’s old is new again: skiing’s beginnings were precisely backcountry in nature—as far as Ski Canada can decipher there were no groomed … 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 »

Thumbs Up

An acquaintance of mine was unfortunate enough to be diagnosed with skier’s thumb on both hands from a single fall. His treatment involved a cast on both wrists for six weeks. During his recovery period, I still have memories of his roommates arguing over who would help him in the bathroom. Skier’s thumb, also known … More »

Bindings 2013

This year’s bindings make it most apparent that the ski world is breaking boundaries. Virtually all the R&D for this segment has gone into multi-tasking solutions for skiers heading beyond the ropes with bindings that walk. In many ways what’s old is new again: skiing’s beginnings were precisely backcountry in nature—as far as Ski Canada can decipher there were no groomed … 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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