Every fall a group of gnarly diehards gathers in the Laurentian mountains north of Montreal. Dressed in worn fleece and duck-taped gloves, they bring their own giant clippers and hatchets. After a full reconnaissance at the bottom, they load...
One of two things happens when you start restart a magazine: Either people are really pumped that there's finally something that their poor, disenfranchised souls can relate to (the lack of which they've been angry over up until now, and...
On episode one of Sponsored, host Mike Powell interviews Sean Pettit—a professional skier since age 12. The two discuss the sacrifices his mother made to ensure he and brother Callum could ski, their path as professional skiers, and the...
Keith Danielsen, owner of Mount Kirby Skis and Boards, has a great poker face. I discovered this last winter in Vegas while reminiscing about the Oshawa Kirby Ski Club. I spent 60 days each winter of my childhood at...
If you want to prove that Darwin was right about evolution (and don’t we all; thankfully, he didn’t call his theory “progression”), forget about fossils and look no further than what’s happened to ski equipment in the 10 years since SKIER has...
If there's one equation in skiing that can't be trifled with, it's this one: x = y + z .  Much energy - both literal and figurative - is expended on solving this mathematical problem. And we pay for...