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June 28, 2015, 11:32:43 AM by Frosty
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Cool Tip

Save your board -- keep it in a bag!

Dakine and Burton make some awesome board bags.  If you are just going from the closet at home and into the car to drive to the mountain and want something to store your stuff in, then you don't need too much of a bag.  Something with some moderate padding will do (like the DaKine Pipe or Freestyle). 

If you are taking your board on an airplane, you want something more like the Dakine High Roller or Burton Wheelie.  The pricier it is, the more padding and room you get.

NOTE:  Here is a little tid bit for ya. 
If you are putting your board up on a roof rack (exposed kind not the box carrier kind) you better darn well put a bag over it! (the cheaper ones have less padding and are perfect for this). 

"But Frosty," you might ask, "I saw the pro snowboarders in on that movie and they had their boards up ...
April 03, 2015, 05:22:21 AM by Frosty
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The outdoor gear industry has been busy developing wearable high-tech gear for spring skiers and snowboarders. Keep your eye out for magic jackets that heat in cold and cool in heat, hike-friendly ski boots, memory fit shells, power socks, backpacks with airbag safety features, glare-diminishing lenses and smart audio gear for your helmet.

Your outdoor life just got a whole lot easier.

Magic Jackets

The outer layer is of one of the most important pieces of ski gear because no matter the conditions, it’s your shield. Fortunately, jackets are getting smarter and allowing for temperature control, even in extreme conditions. For example, the H2 Flow by Helly Hansen is a new design that comes with its own insulation and ventilation system. You won’t know it&rs...

January 08, 2015, 11:04:56 AM by Frosty
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This time of year one of the most popular activities is to hit the slopes and spend a quality day or weekend skiing or snowboarding down the trails of your most popular resort area. And while this can be a great source of exercise, it's also an excellent way to bond with your friends and family. No matter where you live or what kind of weather you are accustomed to, an extended period in the cold or snow can seep into your bones. Here are a few tips and techniques to warm up!

Make a Fire

It’s our oldest and most reliable source of warmth. Use the fire pit in your backyard and throw a bonfire party, or settle down in front of a romantic blaze in the fireplace of your family room. A fire doesn’t even have to be the focal point of the evening, just put the fire on in the background and have a blast with your friends and family.

Hot Chocolate...

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