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Gear of the Week: Salomon Quest W

Gear of the Week: Salomon Quest W
Salomon Quest W main
The Salomon Quest W is an AT boot. But it doesn't ski like one.

Last season, I bought a very stiff, high-end alpine boot. A telemarker by trade, I was wary to jump headlong into stiff, uncomfortable boots. But I did. And I hated them. Like a wuss, I had to stop in the lodge to take them off— multiple times a day. I just couldn't get used to those boots.

Slopestyle

Slopestyle
A vintage aesthetic with modern tech specs (750-fill goose down insulation and articulated sleeves) to keep you stylish and warm. Available in hot pink/white, black/white, white/collegiate blue, kelly green/white, black and collegiate blue. $189; spyder.com
To feel good skiing you've got to look good.Here is our repository for the latest and greatest in slope style.

 

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Gear of the Week: K2 Rictor

Gear of the Week: K2 Rictor
K2 Rictor
Rocker technology has trickled down from the fattest powder skis, and will help you navigate everything from hard snow to choppy crud. Check out the K2 Rictor for a versatile ski with "speed terrain" rocker.
Where the AfterShock features K2’s “all-terrain” rocker, its little brother the Rictor gets “speed rocker.” Just the forward 10 percent is rockered—the rest is traditionally cambered. K2 pairs that profile with a huge tip and aggressive sidecut for an 80-mm ski that carves with enthusiasm but never talks back. It gets excellent marks in forgiveness—truly an everyday frontside ski an a worthy successor to the late, great Apache Recon.
[ Mon, 2010-08-30 15:18 ]
A family outfitted in helmets at Deer Valley Resort
The state senate is close to passing two measures that will require minors to wear helmets while on the slopes.

In response to rising numbers of snow sport related head injuries, the California Senate recently voted the bill, SB 880, into enrollment.

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