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2021 Ski Gear Reviews

2021 Rossignol Sender and Sender Ti Ski Review

The Sender and Sender Ti Bring a New Era of Rossignol Skis For close to a decade, Rossignol’s 7-Series skis claimed some of the best-selling and most popular models in the industry. The Super 7 and Soul 7 built cult-ish followings because they were outrageously fun, especially in soft snow. Over the last few years, Continue reading…

Black Crows Navis Freebird Ski Review

Time to feel free. With most types of skiing, you are guaranteed to run into a whole host of conditions depending on the time of day, day of the week, terrain or slope you find yourself on. Conditions can switch from sunny and warm to a whiteout in an instant. This is especially true in Continue reading…

2021 Nordica Enforcer 100 Ski Review

The 2021 Nordica Enforcer 100 is raring to go. Over more than half a decade, the Nordica Enforcer has built a dynasty. Powder7 Nation recently dubbed it Ski of the Decade, and it has played a large part in the recent evolution of all-mountain freeride skis—or freeride all-mountain skis if that’s how you see it. When Continue reading…

Best Skis of 2020: The Powder7 Buyer's Guide

Introducing the Best Skis of 2020—plus Bindings, Boots, and More! With a fresh decade of skiing ahead, we present Powder7’s top picks, plus customer favorites, for 2020 skis, boots, bindings, goggles, and more. As always, give us a call (303-237-7547) or shoot us an email ([email protected]) if you want to talk through options to get Continue reading…

Ski Trip Reports

Skiing Banff with Your Ikon Pass

Banff is far away and close enough. Think of Denver. Medium-sized city of around three million people, perched just shy of a massive mountain range on flat, brown plains. A major highway connects an international airport west to the mountains, the main vein of transportation for goods, travelers, and…skiers. Seeing the Continue reading…

5 Things You Don't Know About Skiing in Georgia (Like, the Country)

Words and photos by Bianca Germain If you’re not exactly sure where Georgia is, don’t worry. I couldn’t find it on a map either. We’re not talking about peanuts or peaches here. This Georgia, the country, borders Russia to its North and Turkey to its South. It’s home to the stunning and snowy Caucasus mountains. Continue reading…

Heli + Hut Skiing with Owen Leeper at the Meadow Hut, British Columbia

By Owen Leeper Canadian huts are so fun. I’ve only done one before but it was one of the best trips of my life. You get to fly in a helicopter to the hut with a group of friends and then ski tour for a week. This winter, I explored around the Meadow Hut, operated Continue reading…

Photo Journal: Tenmile Range Skiing in the Colorado Backcountry

Tenmile Range Skiing: A Gem of the Colorado Backcountry Diving into backcountry skiing can be daunting. You have to get the right gear, find good and reliable ski partners, figure out where to go, and learn how to stay alive. These barriers to entry have inspired backcountry meetups, countless blog posts, new product lines, and Continue reading…