Heavy Green Book Review
Action sports athletes would make the most elite soldiers if it wasn’t for their anti-authoritarian  nature and dislike of conformity. Inherent love of risk and suffering, comfortability with the s [...]
The Top 10 Indoor Bike Trainers
Whether you’re riding inside because it’s winter or you want to escape the blazing heat of summer, an indoor trainer or exercise bike is your best friend. But which trainer or bike will [...]
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 consider [...]
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  [...]
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/n [...]
Muddy Trail Etiquette: Spring Rules for Cyclists
Now that we’re fighting our way out of winter and mountain bike trails are opening up, it’s time we have the annual conversation about muddy trail etiquette. Should you ride muddy trail [...]
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 belo [...]
Patagonia Men’s PowSlayer Jacket Review
Over the last few seasons Patagonia’s outwear seems to be improving by night and day.  The brand for years, made some of the best gear for the outdoors so when they jumped into the snow sports worl [...]
G3 Scala Climbing Skins Review
My fiancé is a backcountry skier, and ski guide. This winter I decided, what the heck, I’ll give it a whirl too. As a beginner in the backcountry, and trying to keep up with much more experienced a [...]