This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:
This is one memorable ski. Being 5'4" with a smaller build I was concerned this would feel like too much ski. I was quickly proven wrong. This ski floats exceptionally well in powder, is super easy to turn, and beckons to go fast. This ski has the power of a longer ski, yet the playfulness is certainly not compromised by the length.
In Depth Staff Reviews:
It takes work to earn your turns. We do it all for those unicorn powder days. I mean powder in epic proportions.
Some days, you hop off the first chair at the crack o' noon wondering where the morning went. Well, you had to round up the kids, tether down the loose mittens, dry the damp socks, pack up the pocket sammies, scrape ice off the car, finagle the skis onto the roof rack, and sit in traffic... That's a lot of work for a few hours on the hill. Not to mention, you spent the off-season prepping with weighted squats to build up those meaty quads.
All this energy, this effort, is for powder: that blissful floating sensation, the stillness of the glades, and enjoying a truly quiet moment in a beautiful place. When that legendary powder day finally rolls in, make the most of ... Continue Reading
Check out the men's edition of our Holiday Gift Guide for 2017 here.
Does your teenage daughter think that you don't understand her? At times, do you fail to listen to your wife? Have you worked tirelessly throughout your adult life just to impress your mother? If you answered ‘yup’ to any of these questions, look no further than our holiday gift guide. Just for you, we hand-picked some awesome gear that’ll make your daughter think you’re “with it” and make your mother smile.
So here's your guide to the holiday season, with insight from three of our lovably stereotypical ski-ployees.
About Mia: The nicest Masshole you'll ever meet / 2nd season @ Powder7 / ceramics enthusiast / freeride skier
The Bargain: Flylow Unicorn Mitt
"What’s the ... Continue Reading
2019 Black Crows Atris Birdie Description:
Back for 2019 is the Atris Birdie we know and love, but with a fresh new look. Black Crows made no structural changes to this popular birdie, because why mess with perfection? At 108mm underfoot, the birdie shreds big mountain and flies over fresh. Impressive edge hold and stability make this a ripper in all conditions. Slightly lighter and softer in flex than the unisex Atris, the more maneuverable birdie shines for women who want a little more play.
2019 Black Crows Atris Birdie Specs: