Junk In The Trunk: Salomon XA Pro 3D Mid LTR GTX

Forgive the name, these Gore-Tex shoes are great for taking puppies on walks

The Salomon XA Pro 3D Mid LTR GTX has the worst name of all time, but I’m willing to look past it because of how well this shoe works.

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Keep Tahoe True: Greg Lindsey

The homegrown North Lake Tahoe local

“You could say that Lindsey is the typical Squaw skier, though he hates wasting a ski day to get his picture taken. For him, what many people see as ego and bravado at Squaw is actually just really good skiers having a really good time.” —Matt Hansen

This is the last of a four-part series produced by POWDER TV that is based off the feature in our December issue, “Keep Tahoe True.” Video by Hennie van Jaarsveld. Homepage photo by Hank de Vre.

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Recap From the U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix Finals at Copper Mountain

Skiers push to lock down their spot for the Sochi Olympics

Aaron Blunck’s high-flying double cork in the halfpipe competition on Friday night earned the 17-year-old gold, placing him in the lead for the U.S. Olympic qualification standings.

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Sherpas Cinema’s Nepal Vision Quest

Behind the scenes on Into The Mind

Into The Mind is a filmmaking exploration that has lead the Sherpas Cinema and Camp 4 Collective crews all over the globe. The two companies’ first collaboration took place in Nepal, in the heart of the Himalayan mountain range. In a rare opportunity, filmmakers Dave Mossop, Renan Ozturk, and athlete Rory Bushfield set out on a “Vision Quest” to capture the world’s most impressive mountains, using the latest time lapse and filmmaking technologies. Traveling light on the tail end of the monsoon season, the team is forced to improvise. Renan introduces Dave and Bushy to a local Sherpa named Karma Tsering, a man who allows them to capture the internal world of Nepalese culture and shapes the main vision behind the film.

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Week in Review Dec 20: Paul McCartney’s Ex Freaks Out & Vincent Gagnier Pole Drives Mammoth

Dan Treadway drops 100-footer on sled, website charts acres per dollar, & Vail lands direct international flights

Week in Review Dec 20: Heather Mills freakout, Vincent Gagnier pole drives Mammoth, Dan Treadway drops 100-footer on sled, website charts acres per dollar, & Squaw scales back expansion .

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Rising Tide Episode 7 – Comp Lifestyle with Wallisch and Martini

Previewing The Rise presented by The North Face, episode seven produced by Stept Productions

POWDER Editor John Stifter sits down with Nick Martini and Tom Wallisch, previewing The Rise, Episode 07 presented by The North Face. This episode is produced by Stept Productions and details competition lifestyle.

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International Women’s Ski Day

Making the odds good

But it turns out that if you want to make sure there’s more than one girl at that party, you probably have to throw it yourself.

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Junk in the Trunk: Dakine Pulse Hoodie

Mid-layer love for the hill or the street

For less than $200, this will be one of the most versatile and constantly used items in your closet this winter.

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Candide Is Competing at the Copper Grand Prix This Weekend

An e-mail exchange between two CANDIDE superfans about HIS return to competition

Up in the start gate, the rest of the field cheers loudly for the guy that’s currently on course. These guys are skiers, and skiers are tribal. I foresee them cheering CANDIDE on all the way to the finals where, if HE lands his runs, HE’ll end up somewhere between sixth and 10th place. In our hearts, HE’s still number one.

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Keep Tahoe True: Gunbarrel 25

Glen Plake and 25 laps of 1,600 vertical feet of moguls

“To find Heavenly’s most dedicated skiers, you have to look beyond the dancers and casinos and crowded groomers to what’s known as the Gunbarrel: a 1,600 vertical-foot face full of moguls.” —Matt Hansen

The third of a four-part series produced by POWDER TV that is based off the feature in our December issue, “Keep Tahoe True.”

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