- Sage Cattabriga-Alosa - Professional Skier
The I/O is my favorite goggle of all time. The ability to quickly and easily change out the lens makes my life easy after I take a huge tomahawk. This way I never have to waste room in my pack with an extra set of goggles, just an extra lens is all I ever need. There even better on the on the resort when I don't have a pack cause I just throw a lens in my pocket and I can change it out on the chair.
- Ian McIntosh - Professional Skier
I choose the I/O because I like the way it looks and it comes with great lens options. The lens' are so easy to change that you can do it out in the field even when it's snowing. I use the sensor mirror when the light's flat and the ignitor mirror when it's not.
- Todd Ligare - Professional Skier
Update: Emerald Expositions, the force behind the Outdoor Retailer Trade Shows, has formalized an agreement to buy Snowsports Industries America (SIA). The agreement all-but assures Denver will be the new home of the Outdoor Retailer Summer exposition and the rebranded Winter show. In a press release issued by the newly acquired company, SIA president Nick Sargent expressed his enthusiasm for the deal. “This is an incredible opportunity for our [SIA] members and the industry as a whole,”
The Drone wars continue with a potential game-changing release from DJI. Today they announced their new mini-drone called the Spark. The Spark will retail for $499, making it one of the most affordable quality options on the market. Highlights include a 2-axis gimbal and a 12-megapixel lens. It can be controlled by your own palms, smartphone, control, or goggles. In addition, it has preset maneuvers for those who don't have as much of finesse on the controls. The drone is obviously
Ok, the apocalypse is here. Reality stars are presidents, DH bikes are 29ers, Cats and dogs—living together. But we all knew this was coming. Santa Cruz let theirs out few weeks ago, so for sure the big dogs were not far behind—perhaps just waiting for a bigger event in the northern hemisphere to launch their version. The new Trek Session DH bike actually comes in both wheel flavors: A complete 27.5 with a stiffer frame, race-focused geometry, updated suspension optimized for air