Skiing

David Tucker
Shrinking our waistline, one ski at a time.  Read more >>
Bozeman, Cross-Country Skiing, Mountainworks Software
Chris McCarthy
The latest from Mountainworks Software. Read more >>
Mike England
Whether it's a daily workout, an upcoming race, or just an occasional foray into the winter woods, good ski gear makes all the difference. Read more >>
Review: Pieps Micro
Mike England
If you’re due—or overdue—to upgrade your transceiver, check out the PIEPS Micro, a compact, easy-t Read more >>
Review: Smith Quantum
David Tucker
Two seasons ago, when skiing through some trees, I cracked my helmet colliding with an overhanging branch. I wasn’t going that fast, and its flimsiness was disconcerting. Read more >>
Cross-Country Touring, Backcounty Skiing, Bozeman, Montana
Mike England
Kick, glide, and drop a knee with this burly backcountry setup.  Read more >>
 Black Diamond Traverse
Mike England
They had a good run, those old Life-Link backcountry poles I picked up from the Huffine shop back in 2001. Read more >>
Montana Backcountry Skiing, Ski Touring Montana
Tucker, David
Gear for the backcountry. Read more >>
Review: G3 Via Ski Poles
David Tucker
A day-to-day workhorse, in bounds or in the backcountry.  Read more >>
Review: MSR Dynalock Explore
David Tucker
MSR has branched out into the pole market and their Dynalock Explore model is a burly three-piece number with winte Read more >>
Review: Scarpa Maestrale RS
David Tucker
If you’re looking to upgrade your ski-touring boot, look no further than the Maestrale RS from Scarpa. Read more >>
Patagonia Powslayer Bibs
Simon Peterson
Patagonia’s PowSlayer bibs are everything you want in a ski pant: burly enough to handle a day of lift-serve pow-slaying, yet nimble enough to keep one comfortable in the backcountry. Read more >>
Review: Patagonia Descensionist Jacket
David Tucker
It’s easy to work up a sweat trudging around the mountains in fresh snow, and that’s why the breathability of Patagonia’s Read more >>
Spring skiing, Backcountry Skiing, Montana
David Tucker
Warmer-weather touring gear.  Read more >>
Review: Blackout Quick Connect
Drew Pogge
Snowmobiles can make accessing distant ski lines easier, but the logistics are never easy. Sleds get stuck, blow up, and are generally a giant pain in the ass—and that goes for strapping your skis to the machine as well. Read more >>
Ortovox Ascent 30
Drew Pogge
Addressing the two primary drawbacks of avalanche airbags—weight and cost—Ortovox has produced a winner in the Read more >>
Dryguy Force Dry Review
Melissa Doar
Whether warming up your gloves on a brisk winter morning, drying out your running shoes after a day on the trails, or just unthawing your ski boots, the gently heated forced air of the DryGuy Read more >>
Smith Code
David Tucker
For the last ten years, I’ve been using Smith goggles. And in that time, the company has introduced dozens of integrated products, meaning the fit of their helmets matches the fit of their goggles. Read more >>
Farm to Feet Big Cottonwood
David Tucker
You know you’re getting old when you want socks for Christmas. Read more >>
gear, ski goggles, Bozeman
Chris McCarthy
I’ve been extremely happy with my Native sunglasses, so I decided to try out their ski goggles. Read more >>
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