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Behind the Lens: Ryan Bonneau

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The Future of Skiing

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The God of Skiing: An Interview with Peter Kray

The God of Skiing, by Peter Kray, has been called, “The greatest ski novel of all time.” Reveling in the exploits of the legendary Tack Strau, an iconic East Coast racer whose stunning wins and spectacular crashes made him an instant celebrity on the NCAA race circuit, the book reads like a love letter to […]

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Skiing’s Magnificent Seven

Ski Films The Films that Changed How we See the Slopes Like alpenglow, après skiing and hot tubs, ski movies are one of the wonderful fringe benefits of the alpine life, inextricably tied to the thrill of going downhill very fast. Whether they’re playing on “the big screen” behind the bar, or you actually saw […]

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Behind the Lens: Ben Knight

Ben Knight When Ben Knight was a kid, he used to catch frogs and photograph them splayed-out in spider webs because he thought it made the frogs look like they were flying. It’s his earliest memory of getting creative with a camera. Today he’s working with big name brands like Patagonia and Yeti Coolers to produce […]

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Tight Loose: Q&A with Teton Gravity Research Co-Founder Todd Jones

TGR’s Todd Jones Teton Gravity Research celebrated their 21st birthday with the release of ‘Tight Loose,’ their awe-inspiring shred film in TGR’s pantheon of ski and snowboard extravaganzas. Tight Loose travels the steepest, snow-covered reaches of the planet from India to Alaska. As much a massive carve forward in the brand’s groundbreaking, and alpine culture-defining, 20-plus […]

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Behind the Lens: Sinuhe Xavier

Sinuhe Xavier Sinuhe (Sin-Way) Xavier’s career started in front of the lens, as a professional skier. He grew up in Bozeman, MT and chased around guys like Tom Jungst and Scot Schmidt. As someone who wasn’t into the structure of ski racing, he instead hiked the famed Ridge at Bridger Bowl, where he discovered the […]

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Skiing with Alan Bernholtz: A Tale of Jerry, Dylan, Led Zeppelin and the Northern Lights

Music Inspired Skis If you are ever lucky enough to meet Alan Bernholtz, ask him about jumping over fire at the Mardi Gras Parade in Crested Butte when he was mayor. You won’t have to ask him about his Wagner Custom Skis quiver, because we’ve already done that for you. Bernholtz grew up in Southern […]

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Custom Topsheets: A Deeper Look at the Process + Some of our Favorites

Each year we build hundreds of custom skis for people all over the world. Each ski varies in length, width, sidecut, tip/tail shapes, rocker/camber profiles, and is made up of a different handpicked combinations of materials with diverse stiffness/flex patterns. But what makes each ski even more special to its owner is the unique custom […]

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Behind the Lens: Alex Fenlon

During his senior year at Colorado College, Alex Fenlon set out to find the perfect, “real” ski town. He visited Crested Butte, Colorado, loved it and has been there for 18 blissful years. Did we mention he also has his dream job? Fenlon grew up in Appleton, Wisconsin where rope tows on garbage hills were […]

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