Introducing: The Savor Boots Raise your hand if you remember rear-entry ski boots. We hope you did (not that I can see you) because we certainly remember! We cherish the days of single buckles, sliding in and out of the boots with such ease a chair lift would be jealous. Those were the days, weren’t […]
“New soft fat skis make skiing so easy. Skiing was so much more difficult and skillful on straight skis. I really had no choice but to put my money where my mouth was.” -Marcus Caston
Last season 11-year-old freeskier Kai Jones had a better Spring Break than you. When the snow kept falling in Jackson Hole, he went on a rampage – tearing up the biggest, baddest terrain at his home mountain with Teton Gravity. Comment below with your favorite part! See more at: http://tetongravity.com Follow Kai Jones: https://.instagram.com/kaijonesski/ Visit […]
All skis—women’s or men’s—are designed with assumptions about who will ski them. Some common assumptions in the past: that smaller people couldn’t drive a solid ski, that women didn’t want to ski as hard as men, and that weight was directly related to athletic ability. And for years, women’s skis were just supersoft versions of men’s models, which led […]
There’s no foolproof equation for choosing the right ski length and width, but using your height, weight, skiing ability, and preferred terrain as a guide will help you identify the range of lengths that will work best for you.