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Boot Fit: Fundamentals of Proper Fit

Gear

What to look for when choosing a proper fit.

Loon, New Hampshire: Rank 7 East, 1997

Features

Jack of all trades, master of none, Loon makes no boasts about having the longest, widest or steepest anything in New England.

Bode Miller, Picabo Street Highlight Olympic Hosts at NASTAR Nationals

Bode Miller, Picabo Street Highlight Olympic Hosts at NASTAR Nationals
Bode Raising His World Cup Globe in 2008
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Olympians Bode Miller and Picabo Street join several other ski icons to host the NASTAR National Championships at Park City Mountain Resort on March 27-30.PARK CITY, Utah March 26, 2003--2002 Olympic Silver medalist Bode Miller, along with Olympians Erik Schlopy, AJ Kitt, Doug Lewis and Picabo Street will host 975-plus amateur ski racers from across the country at the 2003 NASTAR National Championships at Park City Mountain Resort on March 27-30, 2003. The 2003 NASTAR National Championships will be one of the largest sanctioned on-site ski races in U.S. history.

24 Hours of Aspen: The 17th hour

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It's a little after 4 a.m. and Lindsay Yaw just had another close call, catching an edge at Grand Junction and pulling out a wobbly recovery just milliseconds before going down.

Marker Bindings 2003

Features

A preview of Marker bindings for the 2003 season.

Marker Bindings 2002

Gear

A review of Marker Bindings 2002.

Salomon Bindings 2002

Gear

A review of Salomon bindings 2002.

Have it Your Way: Poles

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You wouldn't wear someone else's boots, so why choose goggles made for someone else's face? Accessories are more customized than ever. Read on to find the helmet, goggles, gloves, glasses and poles made just for you.

How to Wax Your Skis: Supplies

Gear

Here's what you need to get started.

How to Wax Your Skis

A World Cup waxmaster helps you keep your boards clean and mean.

Snow may appear soft and pristine, but you wouldn’t know it by studying the bottoms of your skis after a day on the slopes. Take a good look: Jagged snow crystals have made thousands of tiny scratches—each one filled to the rim with grit. And grit slows you down.

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