Last season I had the opportunity to review boots for Powder Magazine's annual Buyer's Guide. It was a super fun experience, and opened up my eyes to boots/designs I have never tried before. My top 6 boots are listed in Powder Magazine Issue 42.1, and for reviews on all of the boots I skied head over to Powder Magazine's Online Buyer's Guide.
Spring in the Wasatch was a constant fight between winter and summer. Late April storms growing the snowpack and sporadic bursts of snow into May helped prolong the dry heat that has already begun. While it's time for summer floats and backpacking excursions into the mountains, the last few weeks of May helped bridge the crave for cold powder until October. Here's a short piece I wrote for Powder regarding this cycle called Green Tomatoes.
Just a few days after the story went live, we were treated to one more storm. Thanks winter, we'll see you next year!
Last winter, my wife and I were lucky to travel to the Apennine Mountains of Abruzzo, Italy to document the culture and skiing. It's an amazing location, filled with great skiing and simple people. Here is my story from the trip as appeared on Powder.com
Last week was a welcomed treat... My buddy Sam and I headed to Powder Mountain for a forty-two inch early season storm. It was great to ski powder again, especially after the long hot summer. My recap/story was featured on Powder Magazine's "First Chair" online section - check it out!
Powder Magazine's Buyer's Guide just hit newsstands August 15. Last season I participated in their annual "anti-skitest," aptly named Powder Week located at Jackson Hole, WY. The week was a blast and I'm already looking forward to Powder Week 2013. My reviews are featured on Powder's Online Buyer's Guide, however, one of my picks made it into the print version! Check it out below.