Fabulous Feet: Master bootfitter Bob Egeland talks about how to approach AT boot fitting

While his profession might leave some feeling a bit squeamish, Bob Egeland, a board-certified Pedorthist, is passionate about keeping people happy in their ski boots all day long. And finding a comfortable fit is his top priority, especially for backcountry skiers who don’t have the option to take a break in the lodge if toes start to tingle.


Journey Lines: Splitboard mountaineer Josh Jespersen transitions from seeking vert to finding community in his new project

In 2017, splitboarder Josh Jespersen became the first person to climb and ski all 54 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks—dubbed 14ers—during a single ski season. Jespersen, a splitboard-mountaineer and … [Read More...]

Finer Points: Five-point sidecut and the art of the taper

Even though antique skis are thought to be completely straight, a hint of sidecut has graced ski design since Norway’s early telemark skiers of the 1880s. The subtle one- to three-millimeter sidecut … [Read More...]

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