Skiing News, Guides & Reviews

Get essential news and information about ski sport here. Discover exclusive buying guides that help with gear selection along with riding guides to improve your skiing game.
October 28, 2020
Why You Should Ship Your Ski & Snowboard Gear & How To Do It

If you’re getting in gear for your next ski or snowboard season, you may have found yourself debating whether or not it’s worth shipping your ski or snowboarding gear for your upcoming trip!  While it may seem like a strange thing to do, you’ll quickly find that there are plenty of great reasons to make […]

October 24, 2020
Should You Rent, Buy Or Borrow Ski Equipment?

Skiing can be a lifetime hobby. And it’s no secret that it’s possible to drop a considerable sum on the most high-tech all-mountain skis, boots and bindings. You do need a good equipment setup to make the most of your time on the hill, but there are ways to gear up for skiing at a […]

October 24, 2020
How Many Calories Do You Burn While Skiing Or Snowboarding?

Whenever we think of doing any type of athletic activity, we sometimes believe we can get away with eating more than usual, thanks to the number of calories we’re planning on burning. Of course, this is understandable with sports like soccer, baseball, and the like, but does the same hold true when skiing and snowboarding.  […]

October 21, 2020
8 Skiing Safety Tips To Keep In Mind This Season

Today, we'll share some of our favorite skiing safety tips that'll help you stay safe on the slopes this season. Staying Safe On The Slopes In the US, over 6.8 million active skiers indulge in this wonderful sport every year, and this number jumps to a staggering 200 million worldwide. And while it’s fantastic to […]

October 21, 2020
Understanding The Skiing Trail Signs & Symbols

Have you ever wondered what it means when a skier or snowboarder says, "Yeah, I can do the blacks" or "I ski mostly blue trails?" They are referring to a mountain resort trail designation system that categorizes ski and snowboard slopes by difficulty. Since the 1960s, mountain resorts throughout North America (and much of the […]

October 19, 2020
Best Ski Helmets For Kids

Getting your kids ready for slope season? Shopping for their first helmet? Or, maybe they’ve outgrown their first helmet, and you’re looking for a helmet with a better fit? Either way, you’ve come to the right place.  Because in the following guide, we’re going to go over the 8 absolute best ski helmets for kids.  […]

October 15, 2020
Cross-Country Skiing Equipment Basics Guide

Introduction So you’ve decided you want to cross-country ski. That means you'll need some cross-country skiing equipment to get going on your journey. In this guide, we'll touch on the basics of the essential gear so you're well-set for the slopes. Gear you'll need for your endeavour may include: Skis Boots Bindings Poles The above […]

July 25, 2020
How To Choose The Right Ski Pole Length For You

When choosing your ski poles, it is incredibly important that you get the right ski pole length for your height and body. If you get poles that are too short or too tall, you could have a lot of trouble controlling your path down the slopes, or even injure yourself. Downhill ski pole sizing can […]

July 12, 2020
How To Adjust Ski Bindings

When you’re skiing gracefully down a mountain at anywhere between 10 to 25 miles per hour, it’s easy to forget about the bindings that are holding your feet securely to your skis.  However, your ski bindings are one of the most important components of your gear.  In fact, without your bindings, it would be nearly […]

July 12, 2020
How To Mount Ski Bindings

In order to ensure as much safety as possible on the hillside, it’s important that the ski bindings you’re using are mounted and fitted properly.  Not only are these designed to prevent leg injuries while skiing, but they’re actually the main component that keeps your skis securely locked to your feet, allowing you to maintain […]

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