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Stuff We Like: Level's Freeride ski pole

Stuff We Like: Level's Freeride ski pole
Freeride ski pole
Strong Silent Type

Snapping a ski pole during an epic day is downright frustrating—and, inevitably, a huge waste of time. Level’s new Freeride ski pole ($80) aims to keep you on the hill and out of the shop. The pole’s cloverleaf shaft design increases tensile strength while also maintaining the pole’s light swing-weight. In addition, the Freeride takes a new tack on adjustable ski poles: The soft plastic grip has two height positions, which comes in handy in the backcountry.

Get a Grip

A pole is a pole, right? True enough, until you’ve found one you love.

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Poles are good for balance and getting to far-off places. Check out the latest and greatest poles for 2007-08.

Get a Grip


Last winter 634,000 Americans bought new ski poles, leaving at least as many of us to get along with battered and nicked shafts, missing or dull points, and frayed straps.

Take Offs: No Skills Required


Want to escape resort crowds but not quite ready to test your ski skills-or endurance-in the mighty backcountry? A less intimidating alternative is snowshoeing.

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From the Top

It was a record-hot summer in Colorado, with temperatures passing the 90-degree mark on some 70 days. Wildfires broke out across the mountains, burning thousands of acres of land and several homes.

Goode Skis 2001-02


Goode has made a name for itself in the ski business, but not in a conventional way. For example, the company's owner, Dave Goode, has become famous for his water skis, which are responsible for both the men's and women's world records in slalom; in fa

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