There is nothing more satisfying than enjoying multiple libations at the end of long day of skiing and riding. Even though most of us can handle our liquor — a skill that we have spent years perfecting at TGR — we all have that one friend who sends it a little too deep at the bar. This is a couple gifts for that special person in your life.
The Roadie ShotzSki
There is no reason to leave the party at home when you have a Roadie Shot Ski. The Roadie is a ski that’s been cut in the middle and reattached with a hinge so it folds in half. Perfect for those who jump from couch to couch, bumming beer and cheap lift tickets from their harder working ski town friends.
Price: $245 | The Roadie Shotzski
Airblaster Ninja Suit (pizza edition)
The original one-piece hooded long underwear, developed to near perfection over the course of 10-plus years. When the Gore-Tex comes off in the Après chaos what better accessory to have than one of these crazy comfortable, badass onesies.
Price: $109 | Airblaster Ninja Suit
Black Velvet Whiskey (or any Shitty Liquor)
I doubt Black Velvet will make you feel like a million bucks like the ad above suggests but I'm sure that if you slug a couple shots of this fine liquid you will be feeling more than okay. I can also guarantee that the next morning you will experience the opposite of whatever a million bucks feels like.
Price: cheap enough
Scientific research shows the ingredients in RESQWATER aid in muscle recovery and clinical tests demonstrate that it helps prevent hangovers. Enjoy a bottle during and after exercise, or with every few drinks and another before bed, to ease the day ahead.
Price: $25 | Resqwater
Skullcandy Air Raid
This speaker is water and impact-resistant via steel faceplate and rubber boot along with Bluetooth® wireless compatible and a 10-hour rechargeable battery. The perfect durable speakers for blasting "Closer" by the Chainsmokers in the Mangy Moose.
Price: $99 | Skullcandy Air Raid
Tiki Friday Hoodie
This hoodie is inspired by TGR's infamous post-work Friday sends at our Tiki Bar. Built to withstand ultimate mashing, it's a solid accessory for the post-ski bar scene.
Price: $60 | Tiki Friday Hoodie
Last night my husband—who went to college for mapping—was sitting on our couch staring at his phone. Suddenly, he got up, grabbed a Coldsmoke Scotch Ale from the fridge, and sat down at his laptop with a big ass grin on his face. "What's up?" I asked. "A new Google Earth just launched," he told me with delight. My map-obsessed husband was not the only one in a fit of excitement after the launch last night. The Internet was talking, so I logged in. The first thing I noticed when I "googled"
Ever since the start of the backcountry skiing boom, skiers have been up in arms about what is the best option for riding aggressive lines in the backcountry that require uphill skiing to get to. The options are no longer as limited as they were say 10 years ago, with several different frame bindings competing with a huge selection of pin-tech style bindings for skiers’ hearts and wallets. There is one outlier in the constant struggle between skiability and weight. Enter the CAST Touring
Matt Manser views life the same way he views boot design; that is, "a process of building and tinkering, assembling an existence and watching it evolve." Clearly, he seems to be doing something right, as he's tinkered his way into one of the coolest jobs in the industry. Functioning as Atomic's Product Manager of Ski Boots, he has the difficult task of creating tomorrow's ski boots, today. But Manser is undaunted by the challenge — after all, he's spent most of his adult life helping