Comment dit-on…. steezy en Français? The Line Skis French team just dropped their recap of last season and it has all the classic ski edit vibes we love. Backed by Ice Cube, these boys did not hold back. Between hitting a moving truck as a box, a little bit of paragliding, and those base area jibs, there’s no shortage of style here. If you don’t speak French, you might want to turn on the subtitles so you can hear just what a good time they’re having. Also, if it means skiing this well, we’re going to try that training regime…
We’ve all experienced it in some way or another: too much of a good thing (powder skiing) can drive our decision making. Usually, it leads us to explore new places and push our physical limits, but sometimes it can lead us to be blinded and overlook vital safety basics. Sharing the intimate details of incidents where this played a role gives us the opportunity to examine and reflect so we can try to avoid them in the future. On March 20, 2021, two Swiss freeriders, Forrest and Lake
There's something to be said for a good, old fashioned, suffer fest. It's those missions where you didn't to ride your bike to get there, or didn't to paddle that river in a day but you did just to give yourself the challenge. That's exactly what Cody Cirillo did last winter when he decided to bike from his home in Telluride, Colorado to the La Sal mountains near Moab, Utah for some late season turns. Something about the rugged landscape of southwestern Colorado and that little extra push
The holidays are always a magical time – for skiing with your buddies and feasting on deep pow. That’s what Parkin Costain, Jake Hopfinger and Cam Daley did up in Montana just a few short weeks ago. With an epic storm cycle burying much of the West, the boys took full advantage of some stellar conditions to do what they do best. Here’s to more snow in the forecast!