- 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
Inge Perkins and Hayden Kennedy, from Perkins' Instagram account. According to Montana Avalanche, an avalanche claimed the life of a skier in in the Madison Range on Saturday. The slide fully buried one and partially buried another on the North Couloir of Imp Peak. The skiers were approaching their line when the avalanche triggered from above. Gallatin County SAR responded to the scene. Out of respect for the families, the names of the skiers have not been released yet. We will update with
Colorado skiers are in for an early season treat. After an early start to winter in Colorado’s high country, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area has announced it plans to open this Friday, October 13 th. The mountain will kick off the ’17-’18 ski season by opening the Black Mountain Express Lift and the High Noon Trail at 9 A.M. for a crowd of eager skiers. A blessing of early season snowfall combined with temperatures perfect for snowmaking allowed the ski area to open first in North
This post originally appeared on Powderchasers.com. 23 inches has fallen at Timberline Lodge in Oregon in the past few days! It's snowing in the Cascades currently and today is opening day for Arapahoe Basin In Colorado. The extended forecast while warm early next week looks cold and deep in the 7 day period. There is a lot going on for mid-October! The Pacific Northwest has seen significant snowfall in most of the Oregon Cascades where less has fallen further north in Washington. A