Last winter Todd Ligare spent most of his time sled skiing in the backcountry near Valdez, Alaska for Teton Gravity Research. This racer-turned-freeskier-turned-freeride-force is notorious for ripping big fast lines wherever he goes. His equipment choices are surprisingly friendly, perfect for getting awesome on just about any hill. We caught up with him at the top of the tram at Snowbird, Utah, to see what he runs wherever he goes.
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