Ski industry playboy David Lesh and his outerwear brand, Virtika, have made a name for themselves in recent years as one to play by their own rules through somewhat unorthodox marketing tactics. Lesh is back at it, with a new video spelling out the “history” of his brand. It's a little weird.
Once again, Aymar Navarro manages to blow our minds with his ability to find yet another super sick line in South America, and absolutely style it. This time, Navarro and filmmaker Txema Trull send it down the Punta Balcón on Chile’s Cajón del Maipo. While we know that music was added after the fact, it’s almost as if Navarro and Trull are truly dancing their way down the never-ending line. Nice work! RELATED: Aymar Navarro Rips the Real C
There are few skiers in the industry that have been as influential as the soft-spoken, pow-slaying, ski design mastermind that is Chris Benchetler. 10 years ago, he was first presented with the opportunity to design and build a pro-model ski for Atomic. Since then the ski has taken on several new forms, but the basic design (a fat, playful twintip pow ski inspired by Benchetler’s desire to surf and butter down mountains) has never changed. The action sports world is full of parallels, and
Gathering my bags in Anchorage airport, food poisoning announces its arrival over the loudspeaker. It seems Glenfiddich has lost the war with an airport lounge chicken curry. Shame. I quickly pen a savage online review for Singapore Airlines to ponder before breaking the 100 meter dash record. Graciously the beast in my bowels didn’t appear mid-flight. And they say, chivalry is dead. Many unpleasant stops for roadside prayers later we reach Angel Collinson’s house and I slump into bed for a