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Farewell, Powder Magazine

Farewell, Powder Magazine

Farewell, Powder Magazine By Rob Reinfurt As a skier, there’s a feeling that comes with Fall others will never experience. The jittery anticipation is palpable. As the leaves drop and the first frost turns to snow, our potential energy rises. The ski season is...
The Jaded Local

The Jaded Local

The Jaded Local By Robert Reinfurt I started skiing when I was 8 years old and I haven’t stopped since. Skiing chose my friends, the college I attended, my relocation to Utah and my career. Every choice I made was centered around ‘how many days can I ski’. If there...
An UnNew Idea

An UnNew Idea

A Rallying Cry Take only pictures, leave only footprints’ is broken An ethos that asks us to minimize our impact on the outdoors Ignores the carbon footprint we leave on our way to the trail Outdoor adventurists buy gear to enrich their outdoor experience Yet American...

The Lowdown on Alpine Touring Gear

Most gear advice articles will paint a very neutral picture of the various brands and equipment recommended to “get the job done”. After reading, I often end up more confused as to which gear to use. Since I have no sponsors or brand relationships, you will hear the...