40th Anniversary VIP Package Giveaway

Enter for a chance to win 1 of the 4 limited edition custom Powder memorabilia that were produced only for the staff

The 40th anniversary season was one for the ages here at Powder. With winter winding down, we want to ensure we wrap up the season with a bang. We’re giving everyone a chance to win one of the four limited edition custom Powder memorabilia that were produced only for the staff.

One Grand Prize winner and three runner ups will be selected at random to own a piece of history. Regardless of how much snow fell on your local hill this season, once you potentially score one of these goodies, you’ll be counting down the days to the start of next year!


- ATOMIC BENT CHETLER 192s: One of only 40 pairs made, this ski is the most sought after on the hill. With custom commemorative graphics from the cover art of the first issue of Powder “Annual Portfolio of the Other Ski Experience” circa 1972. One Grand Prize winner will receive the last pair available (#40)!

- SMITH I/O GOGGLE: Our friends at Smith have been partners since day one. To celebrate our four decades together, they created a custom goggle featuring some of the most iconic Powder covers throughout the history of the magazine. One lucky winner will receive a pair of the goggles!

- DAKINE CHUTE PACK: This season, Dakine created its newest prodigy for backcountry skiing—the new and improved Chute. To introduce it properly, they created a limited edition 40th anniversary pack, using custom color ways and stitching. With a slimmer profile and streamlined features, three lucky winners will receive a new pack and be the envy of friends on and off the hill.

- SKULLCANDY ICON 2: You know you’ve made it when someone calls you an icon. It means that you stand for something and that you’re darn near irreplaceable. Complete with the 40th graphics, these headphones are limited run collector’s edition. Five lucky winners will each receive the last headphones available!


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  • Grant Cox

    The Backpack is looks pretty sick.!

  • http://etheldaylily ethel solinski

    love your site.

  • coralin bloye

    love your site

  • sean kelley

    Powder Mag Rules!

  • Bob Cartmell

    I go back to when Powder started in Southern California and Dwey Strubel with the Southern California Ski Writers Association promoting Powder. You guys have come a long way!

  • Mark Kandianis

    Great Ski Magazine, stories with stunning photo work

    Goods gear reviews also.

    Mark K

  • Doug Oblak

    Hope you all had a great season. Skiied Alpine this last weekend-fun in the sun! 2 more weeks to go and then need to hit the beach somewhere! Chow

  • Tom Flaherty

    Agreed, the pack is sweet looking…fingers crossed

  • Aaron Stiny

    Just ski down there and jump off something, for cryin’ out loud!

  • gary cole

    Thanks for sharing the cool memorabilia !

  • John Ross

    Powder is the best. I just finished making a gift subscription for my stepson Ryan who I hope to hit the slopes with next season.

  • Bill Stephenson

    Keep it up!! Let’s Ski!!!!!

  • Brett Heineman

    Congrats on 40. Went to college at NEC in Henniker, NH where I discovered your magazine at the Pole N Peddle shop in 1976. It was hugely popular with me and the ski buds. Still is. Thanks to all!

  • J.C.Clifford

    I became an avid follower when you guys sponsored Snowbird’s Free Ski Camp early in the ’99-2000 season. We were all skiing on the new Rossi Bandit’s which had been donated by the SLC Rossi rep. The XXX’s were like nothing anyone had skied before. We got dumped on so hard that they closed the canyon giving us first tracks in some early season fresh. You guys brought in a whole stack of the Photo Annual, hot off the presses, which I had all the invited athletes sign the cover of. I framed it and it still hangs on my wall today.

  • Dewey Struble

    Thanks for the remembrance by Bob and Powder Magazine from the olde days 40 years ago! Don’t we wish we could ski again like in those great days! I do like the better grooming, higher speed lifts and easier turning skis of today, do not get me wrong, but it sure was fun to be a skier and be around skiing in 1972 and through the 60′s! Also super now of course as I live at the base of the Sierra in Reno and ski with my almost brand new knee – replaced in December, 2009. Cheers!

  • david winograd

    I have been a happy patron of your magazine since I was in HS and when I lived in Florida I was proud to have it delivered despite the weird looks from my Mailman

  • ripper

    powwwwww package looks super krafty. i would be floating on cloud 9 with those moonsticks!

  • Luke Cadeau

    This has been an awesome season, with some epic days on mountain and some more epic issues from powder!

    and the best part is its not over yet!

  • Martin C

    Great high quality gear

  • Francois Nadeau

    I want it all!

  • Dave Gaebel

    Powder is so bitten. Been reading it of over 30 years. You guys and Warren miller were the pioneers of awesome snow skiing journalism and still are the best. Would love those atomics. Love your web site!!!! Thanks.

  • Sean Quill

    My parents blame Powder–mainly Steve Casimiro–for my inability to “grow up and get a real job.”


  • Doug Wetherhold

    I’ve had it All. “70′s” in Aspen,My Pro Freestyle Days.Durango in the “80′s” Loved the magazine since it’s beginings. 60 and still turning better than Most at Purgatory and surounding Pow Pow’s!

    • David Brimlow

      Are you Doug Wetherhold from Emmaus Pennsylvania? Dave Brimlow here.

  • Trevoer

    Awesome swag from an awesome magazine. Congratulations, Powder!

  • Alex Wrem

    the skis and that pack are SICK! DO WANT!

  • http://www.SkiButternut.com Matthew Sawyer

    I want to BEND those Bent Chetler’s. Throw’em on me! Snow will be here soon.

  • Roger Mallett

    Got into skiing a couple of years ago and now I am addicted. I find this lifestyle to be my passion and want to progress so much with it. Now I wanna try snowboarding and see how I do with that. Great stuff you guys do :)

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