Sweetgrass productions is releasing their backcountry ski film "Signatures" tomorrow and from a look at the trailer I would highly recommend taking a look and then putting in an order.Â Actually I would recommend watching this just before you go to bed tonight.Â That way your dreams will be filled with sweet, sweet Ja-pow.Â Any one that can make a back flip look as simple as an effortless powder turn get props in my book.
K2 is rumored to be coming out with climbing skins specific to their skis this year with a new tip attachment system. It looks like it might end up pretty cool. We'll let you know more as we hear more.
Just got a bunch of sales links for Backcountry.com.Â Enjoy.
I would like to just put out a quick little thank you to G3. They do make some pretty cool gear but there is one little item that i think takes the cake. It is by far one of the best tools i have used in a while. What is it you might ask. Well it is their little skin cutting tool that they shipped out this year with their skins.
The G3 Trim tool is just great.Â Not that it is hard to cut a pair of skins correctly but heck it has taken me longer to write this post than it took for me to cut my new skins.Â Again G3 thanks for such a simple yet great design.
So I just got this in the mail and wanted to pass is on to all 5 of our readers.Â (By the way thanks grandma for looking at the sight and no we are not actually pregnant)
Here you go on getting some sweet new gear.
The best part is that you'r going to gladly give it to them. As of yesterday Backcountry.com has started yet another deal a day site. Tramdock.com is focused on ski gear and with all the talk of another epic snow year we can all count on just lining up and handing over all that we have and maybe a bit more. Heck in just the process of writing this little post i have had to hold my self back from ordering a pair of goggles and a new pair of T-Race tele boots.
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