Arbor Bryan Iguchi Pro Splitboard Review
Camber is back.  Which is a good thing especially when it comes to splitboarding.  Bryan Iguchi, Arbor and a handful of other snowboard manufactures realized what was holding splitboarding back, reverse camber under foot.  Those boards are fun to ride, not so much to tour on.  Checkout my Arbor Bryan Iguchi Splitboard review to see  [...]
Kelty Horizon 2 Backpacking Tent Review
In the running for one of the easiest tents to setup during this years roundup of backpacking tents come the Kelty Horizon 2 Tent.  Kelty’s Horizon 2 is made with backpackers in mind considering it’s low packaged weight of  4 lbs 5 oz. / 1.95 kg , (3 lbs 10 oz minimum weight). Kelty Horizon 2 Review  [...]
Teton Pass Skier Triggered Avalanche Buries Car
JACKSON, WYO – According to a Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) snowplow driver a skier triggered avalanche buried a car on Teton Pass during today’s mornings commute.  This is the second time in recent years that a car has been hit by a skier triggered avalanche. Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center Bulletin rated the Teton Mountains above  [...]
Montana International Climbing Skins Review
Since 1939, Swiss based Montana Sports International has been making quality climbing skins that most likely have not been on your radar, until now.  I have had the pleasure of testing the mohair/nylon mix Montanmix Skin here in the Tetons over the past few months.  Find out what I liked and what can be changed in  [...]
Capita Neo Slasher Review
2018/19 will see Capita Snowboards return to the splitboard world for the second year in a row. Find out what works with the Capita Neo Slasher Splitboard and what can be improved in my review below. Capita Neo Slasher Splitboard Review Over the past few months I have had the opportunity to tour on Capita’s  [...]
2XU Compression Tights Review
Do compression tights work? You better believe it.  If you’re not currently using 2XU Compression Tights for skiing, snowboarding, trail running and for just about every outdoor activity you can imagine you are surely missing out. 2XU Compression Tights are possibly the most important piece of gear you didn’t even realize you needed to own.  [...]
Signal Splitboard Review
For anyone that’s looking for a stiff cambered splitboard you can find it in the Signal Split.  This season marks the first year of Signal Snowboards entering the splitboard market.  One of the really cool things about this board is it’s cost, the Signal Snowboards Splitboard is available for only $599 or $53.00 a month.   [...]
Spark R&D Arc Review
Spark R&D is the most trusted, most reliable and well known splitboard binding manufacture in the world. Based in Bozeman, MT what makes Spark unique is the company’s ability to R&D just outside their office in the Gallatin National Forest.  When I got sent a pair of the new Spark R&D Arc Bindings to test  [...]