There are lots of ways to screw up on Halloween, costume-wise. No matter how obvious it might seem that blackface, brownface, and dressing up like a Native American are bad ideas, people still do it. This might be a little controversial, but we'd also say that it's pretty underwhelming to bust out a snowsports-related costume in a ski town. Oh, you like skiing? No way, me too.
On a different note, there are some costumes that aren't just tasteless, but actually dangerous to their wearer. For example, don't dress like a Crip or Blood if your Halloween plans involve a trip to South Central. Or, in the outdoors, don't dress like a deer if your evening plan is playing hide-and-seek on Forest Service land.
Backcountry.com has issued a letter to customers and members of the outdoor community. Will it be enough to satisfy their demands? TGR photo. After massive public outcry within the outdoor community over news that Backcountry.com was suing small businesses over a trademark violation (using the word backcountry in their names), the company has issued an official response to the matter. CEO Jonathan Nielsen admits that he did not see the public backlash coming, especially given the fact
Last night, legends of the snow and surf world gathered for a one-of-a-kind film premiere in New York City. Chris Benchetler was joined by friends and fellow creators to premiere his latest film projectat SoHo’s World of Mcintosh Townhouse. For the ﬁrst time ever, action sports and The Grateful Dead were merged together in a ﬁlm of eclectic style, all narrated by none other than former NBA pro and sportscaster Bill Walton. RELATED: Find Tickets to Fire on the Mountain Near You After the
Dogs have long been man’s best friend and they can do just about anything alongside humans. From guide dogs who help their owners navigate everyday life to the legendary mountain rescue dog, Barry, dogs have learned many ways to aid their human companions. However, we've never seen a dog have so much style in the air as this pupper. Check out this Instagram video featuring a St. Bernard-sized jump on a mountain bike trail up in Cumberland, British Columbia. RELATED: Full Send Goes Badly