Go To: Intuition Liners ReviewMy Tecnica Diablo Race boot liners from a few years ago have broken down to such a degree that they no longer provide the comfort and performance that they once did.
Last Spring, I had the chance to demo some handmade Ski Logik Front Burner’s from the Sports Exchange in Truckee, CA. With the limited snowfall curtailing my sidestash activities, it was
So it has been over a year since I reviewed the BudFits earphone holdersÂ from Innovelis. I am still using them regularly and am happy with their performance.
The soft plastic is still plyable and not
After buying my new mountain bike recently, I decided to get some new pedals as well. In my un-illustrious biking career, I have really only used the tried and true Shimano SPD variety of clipless pedals.
Each year there seems to be more and more artistic design that is being used on the snowboard topsheets. So much in fact that some are beginning to resemble art pieces.
Here’s our topsheet
When I try to describe my ski trip to Powder Mountain to someone,Â I usually say it was “weird”. I get a funny look from themÂ as if they were expecting me to say something else,
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We are picking up from where we left off last year in part 1 of Best Free Android Skiing & Snowboard Apps. Â Looking
So I needed a new mid layer jacket and found a good deal on the Helly Hansen Paramount soft shell jacket last Spring.The Paramount is advertised as warm, windproof and waterproof and that is precisely
Contour just released the Contour Roam helmentcamÂ which is sellingÂ for onlyÂ $199.
The cool thing, along with it being offered at a very attractive price, is that it waterproof. This isÂ great
Last summer I needed a new pair of sunglasses fast. So off I went to nearest Sports Authority, which I remembered had a fair selection of reasonably priced sunglasses. They had Ray Ban’s,