Karakoram Prime Carbon Review
Find out how Karakoram Prime bindings held up to the legendary terrain around the Tetons in my review below. Karakoram Bindings Prime Carbon Like the older version of the Karakoram’s, the Primes excel in ride mode, making the descent better than every other binding I have used. The binding chassis twists with the torsional flex [...]
EVOC LINE TEAM 28L Backpack Review
I used the Evoc Line Team pack for a few weeks of splitboard guiding in the Tetons and snowmobile accessed riding outside of Cooke City, Montana. The Evoc Line Team is marketed as a “technical backpack for offpiste riding or ski, snowboard or snowshoe touring.” At first glance the pack appeared on the casual side, [...]
Lib Tech Wingman Review
The Lib Tech Wingman Splitboard only comes in one size, a 165, which seems way too big for normal- non straight line, non Alaska riding. I normally ride a 156 to 161, so a 165 seemed huge. Find out how this Lib Tech split performed in deep deep snow: Lib Tech Wingman Review After some [...]
GNU Beast Review
I got the GNU Beast Splitboard handed to me the day I was leaving to drive to BC for a two week hut trip. It was part of a ski guides training where we got a heli bump into a lodge and toured from there. I didn’t want to commit to a board I’d never [...]
Patagonia Untracked Jacket Review
The first thing I noticed about the Patagonia Untracked Jacket is that it has everything you need and nothing you don’t. I used this jacket while guiding clients and freeriding around the Tetons. Find out how it held up below : Patagonia Untracked Jacket Review The 3 Layer Gore-Tex fabric breathes so well that after [...]
SPOT GEN3 GPS Satellite Messenger Review
The main reason for owning a SPOT, in my opinion, is for when the feces hits the oscillator and you need help ASAP. The SPOT GEN 3 also has a whole plethora of other features that make it an even more useful tool in the backcountry. Weighing in at under 125 grams and about half [...]