Fischer in the Hole

An end-of-season edit from Jackson

“This winter in Jackson Hole was a bit up and down, but when it was good it was great. Although the mountain received 383 inches of snow, which is less than average, we were able to take advantage of it. Jeff Annetts and Tim Swartz , my Fischer teammates, are my main ski partners and are always down to do some filming or shooting. It allows us to collaborate and put out a few fun team style edits a year. This year the snow pack was fairly stable which allowed us to ski some of the bigger exposed lines, that, some years, are too dangerous to ski. Plus, we got plenty of over-the-head storm days.“ – Tyler Horne


All Time: From Blackout to the White Room

Because friends don’t let friends miss powder days

The best day of my season should have never happened. While a storm spilled her guts up at Mount Baker, the clock had struck St. Patrick’s Day in Seattle. I had been watching the weather with my friend Nick, and we decided to make a go of it the following day despite the holiday. He had found a condo to crash at in Glacier and would pick me up in Seatown after finishing his day at Crystal Mountain—I just needed to be ready and packed.

I was fully prepared to forgo celebrating my second favorite holiday, but at two in the afternoon I caved. The sun had come out and another friend urged me to join his group for a celebratory pint. With Nick coming at four, it didn’t seem like I could do much damage in two hours. I met up with the bar-hoppers and sipped a beer while they pounded Irish Car Bombs.


Oskar Enander’s Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown 2013 Slideshow

Including one of POWDER'S photos of the year

On Thursday, Whistler, B.C. hosted the 16th annual Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown, as part of the Whistler Ski and Snowboard Festival. Snowboard photographer Andy Wright won the event, but we’re partial to Oskar Enander’s slideshow.


Week in Review: April 21

Vermont edits, and the right kind of skiing problems

This busy, snowy April has cajoled more than a few ski areas to extend their seasons an extra week or two. Alta, above, is spinning lifts for one more weekend after a 20-inch dump, while Copper, Aspen Highlands, and Breckenridge all announced they’re extending their seasons as well. Back East, temperatures have only recently become spring-like, prompting many to back up their closing dates, too.


Junk In The Trunk: The North Face Ballard Boots

For staying warm and dry. Or just looking good at the bar.

When I needed a pair of boots to travel with this winter, I chose The North Face Ballard. Their Hydro Seal waterproof membrane meant my feet stayed dry while walking through slushy Pacific Northwest ski area parking lots, while 200 grams of Primaloft insulation kept me warm in throes of a cold Montana storm. The light-brown leather makes them look like they aren’t a burly hiking boot, so they look casual at the bar. And the thick Icepick rubber sole make the icy walk home from the bar cas, too.


Turns & Curves Episode 2

Going to La Grave with Giulia Monego

In the second episode of “Turns & Curves” ski mountaineer Giulia Monego realizes why people get addicted to La Grave, France.


Celebrate Good Times, C’mon

The annual ritual of closing day at Sun Valley

It’s mid-April and you have a good goggle tan. Thanks to the armor of skin provided by those dark days in January, your face doesn’t get cold anymore. Your legs go top-to-bottom no problem. You know exactly where the rocks are, what speeds you need for certain jumps, and which runs get clogged by the tourists. Your ski posse is firmly established, and you know which friends have certain obligations—spouse, kid, busted transmission—that make up the rest of their lives.


Breaking Down “This Friday”

Hip-hop, guns, and selling outerwear, thoughts on FD Wear's latest edit

A trust funder, a wangsta, and a joke. One could call David Lesh all of these things, correct or not. About the only thing you can’t call David Lesh is stupid. He is a marketing wiz looking to sell outerwear.


Roner Vision: Snowbird, Utah, Extreme & Little Oskar’s First Ski Base Jump

The fine art of couch surfing with Erik Roner


Candide Back In The Park

Mr. Thovex takes a ride through Boreal in California

There’s something to be said about watching the most decorated and celebrated skier of the last generation ski park.


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