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Yurbuds: Best Headphones Ever. Posted By dustin on
Yurbuds inspire pro

Hey guys, just wanted to tell you all about this awesome product we found while we were at the Outdoor Retailer Show.  The product is called Yurbuds and I have to be honest they have to be the best things ever invented for people who love being active outdoors and love their music.  It seems [...]

The Backcountry Access Float 30

Meesh Hytner was snowboarding in the backcountry not too long ago and got caught in a serious avalanche that could have ended her life.  (See the video below).  Thankfully she was wearing her BCA Float 30 Avalanche Airbag.  This device deploys with a pull of a ripcord to put out a giant airbag to help [...]

eXplorist 110 Posted By dustin on

Magellan is excited to introduce the latest model in its eXplorist family of outdoor GPSs, the eXplorist 110. Rugged and waterproof with core outdoor navigation features, the eXplorist 110 is light and portable with powerful features at a lower price point. Features include a sunlight readable color display, GPS chipset with 3-5 meters of accuracy, [...]

Panorak’s GoPro Giveaway (and other rad prizes) Posted By dan on

Win Awesome Prizes From Thank You for an Awesome First Summer! This is our little way of saying thanks for a pretty rad summer. Keep Panorak in mind as you head out to explore this fall and all winter long for your backcountry adventures. Most importantly, thanks for spreading the stoke about the simplest way [...]

Sprinkle in some schussing to your May Posted By Emily on
Spring Skiing

Coloradoans love to talk about the weather. Wintertime in the Front Range means the occasional 50-degree beautiful day, accompanied with many such marvels as, “Can you believe it’s December? December!” Summer is about to saunter around the corner, prompting most recreationalists to hang up their ski gear. Though I reckon we have at least a [...]

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I’m not anyone’s mother, but stories like this make me feel like being everyone’s mother. I wouldn’t call myself an experienced backcountry skier. But the days I ski every year are backcountry days, and when I ski, my No. 1 goal is not dying. No. 2 is fun, and No. 3 is skiing fun terrain. [...]

The Art Of Flight Posted By dan on

What the F*@# planet are you from? Warren Miller’s got nothing on this video.  

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