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Salomon/Atomic Release Revolutionary New Touring Binding
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Salomon/Atomic Release Revolutionary New Touring Binding

Salomon/Atomic Release Revolutionary New Touring Binding

What’s that, another new touring binding? Yup, Atomic and Salomon have announced the release of the new SHIFT binding, their attempt to combine a tech-style toe piece with an alpine-style heel, and thus create the ultimate freeride binding for the backcountry. What sets this binding apart from the likes of the Fritschi Tecton and Marker Kingpin is a unique toe design and MNC certification, that essentially turns the binding into full alpine-style unit, front and back. How does this work? The

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Snow Conditions Are So Bad, Aspen Has Opened A Soup Kitchen to Feed Lifties
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Snow Conditions Are So Bad, Aspen Has Opened A Soup Kitchen to Feed Lifties

Snow Conditions Are So Bad, Aspen Has Opened A Soup Kitchen to Feed Lifties

Winter is coming, right? While the US hasn’t experiencing any drastic changes in average snowfall (yet —we’re actually on average for snowfall), warmer temperatures across the country are keeping snow from sticking and lifts from opening. Everywhere—from the Rockies to the Wasatch—folks are keeping their fingers crossed and sticks waxed hoping that sooner rather than later, it’ll start to feel like winter. Until then, no snow means no business for ski towns across the country. For seasonal

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Thompson Pass Pulls Down 52 Inches Of Powder In 24 Hours, Nearly Sets Record For Snowfall Rate
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Thompson Pass Pulls Down 52 Inches Of Powder In 24 Hours, Nearly Sets Record For Snowfall Rate

Thompson Pass Pulls Down 52 Inches Of Powder In 24 Hours, Nearly Sets Record For Snowfall Rate

Imagine waking up to 52 inches of powder in just 24 hours. According to measurements taken by the National Weather Service, that's exactly what happened at Thompson Pass, Alaska on Wednesday, where an astounding 83 inches of snow fell over three days, with 52 inches piling up during the final 24 hours of a massive storm front. While those numbers alone are staggering, perhaps the most mind-numbing statistic to consider is this: Per the SNOTEL gauges that sit 2,000 feet above pass level, at