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Author: Amy

Amy Along with her husband, Jordan, Amy owns Powder7. Her happy place is anywhere outside, with a particular softspot for the sidecountry at Steamboat. When's she's not at the shop or making turns in the mountains, you can find her running or riding on North Table.

Introducing: Our New Logo

After using our old logo for nearly a decade, we’re excited to launch an updated logo today! It’s been a long time in the making, something we’ve been working toward for 2 years. We have a strong attachment to our old logo, which itself morphed slightly over the years. My sister-in-law sketched it on a Continue reading…

7% on the 7th for Conservation Colorado

Update: After a few fundraisers and 7% on the 7th, we were able to donate $3,548.20 to Conservation Colorado. Thanks for helping us support them! We’re donating 7% of our sales on Wednesday March 7th 2018 to Conservation Colorado. We’ve supported Conservation Colorado for the past several years, and were one of the founding members of COBA, Continue reading…

The Story Behind the First Ski to Fight Climate Change

  Meet two key players in the Powder7 / Protect Our Winters climate change ski collaboration: Sarah Beabout – artist and 4-year Powder7 veteran, shares her motivation and inspiration for the ski’s artwork. Torrey Udall –  head of development and operations at Protect Our Winters, explains the importance of outdoor enthusiasts and retailers in taking action to Continue reading…

Powder7 Turns 10

10 years! I’ve written this blog post at least a hundred times in my head over the course of the past decade—often while running on the trails near our HQ in Golden, Colorado. In the early years I pondered if we could really make it to 10. Reaching the 10 year mark is a big deal Continue reading…

We Like Sweet Vans, We Cannot Lie

We’re drawn to skiing for many reasons, but on top of the list is the sense of adventure it provides: whether you’re deep in the backcountry, or scouting out a challenging in-bounds run for the first time. That sense of adventure, and lust for freedom is also what has more recently drawn us into the adventure Continue reading…