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...
On the Cover Kaya Turski, Phil Casabon and JF Houle hit up their home province of Quebec last winter with Level 1 Productions and senior SBC photo contributor Felix Rioux. Their goal? Continue to push the limits on what...
Hi! Logan Imlach here, and this week I want to talk to you about how to make yourself a promo. Getting gear for free is every skiers dream, and in order to do so, you need to make a...
"This is about the real world of skiing—not the rarefied strata of World Cup racing and competition that is mostly represented to the public. Whether resort-based or backcountry, real skiing takes place on the high mountains, in steep couloirs,...
Red Mountain is a one of a kind place that creates an intense internal struggle after you discover it - one side wants to share the experience with the world, while the other wants to keep the hidden gem...
On a typically sunny Colorado day in December, 2009, Mike Riddle drops into a massive halfpipe in Breckenridge for his final qualifying run at the first Winter Dew Tour stop of the season. He launches a ridiculous Double Flatspin,...