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Top Shop

Top Shop

A World Cup tech offers elite-level gear and bootfitting in Vermont.

Dealing With Summer


Are a few August jump turns worth risking your neck over? Yup.

Buck Hill, Minn


This tiny Midwestern ski area proves it doesn't take thousands of skiable acres to produce Olympic champions.

Junior Skis 2003: Little Rippers


Once again, former World Cup downhiller Doug Lewis learns that, compared to overseeing a kids ski test, racing in the Hahnenkamm was child's play. But the results are in. Read on.

Contributors: May/June 2001

From the Top

Brad Walker started skiing as a fourth grader in Eastern Washington, where he was part of the school ski club. Now, as the parent of three young boys, he's looking forward to turning his children onto the sport. He's also enjoying his work as the illust

Junior Gear Test Team Roster


The Junior Gear Test Team Roster.

Junior Gear 2002: Small Wonders


Never send a grown-up to do a kid's job. SKI Magazine's junior testers went to work on this year's gear-and got results.

Contributors: February 2001

From the Top
  • In 1964, when Fred Smith was the travel and ski editor for a struggling magazine called Sports Illustrated, he had an idea. Before the creation of the Super Bowl, nothing much happened in the sports world during mid-January. So Fred proposed writing a
  • Cosmopolitan Vancouver


    Grouse Mountain rises above the sandy beaches and gleaming skyscrapers of Vancouver as distinctively as the Hollywood sign beckons across L.A. The mountain's hulking presence is not merely visible from all over Vancouver, it is impossible to ignore.

    Energy To Burn (And Skis That Keep Up)


    We turned 12 junior rippers loose on the slopes of Sugarbush, Vt., and got the kid-approved lowdown on this year's best skis.

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