Hot (And Molded) News: Fischer Vacuum Boots
Written by Francesco (Some Pics From Max Sacchi)   
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
ImageAs already pointed out by us Coreshooters, at the 2011 ISPO there was a big buzz about the Fischer Vacuum boots.
Matt Hansen: Global Editor, POWDER Magazine
Written by Sam   
Monday, 14 November 2011
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POWDER Magazine holds a special place in the hearts of skiers across the globe, and is arguably the most prestigious skiing publication on the planet. Founded by the Moe brothers in 1972, POWDER has documented "The Other Ski Experience" for 40 years. Matt Hansen has spent countless hours chronicling out beloved sport, so I decided to sit down and get his perspective on things.
Interview: Photographer Will Wissman
Written by Sam   
Saturday, 05 November 2011
ImageSalt Lake City based Will Wissman is a prolific photographer. He is a purveyor of some of the most stunning ski photography I’ve ever had the pleasure of viewing. Will’s photos have graced the pages of nearly every major ski publication on the planet as well as more mainstream outlets like Men's Journal, Forbes and Outside. His portfolio includes cover shots, photo inserts, catalogs, editorial, advertisements, and shooting on location with some of the top athletes in the industry.
Chile: 2011 Winter Recap
Written by David "Gomez" Johnson   
Thursday, 27 October 2011
Image2011 was a solid snow year in the Chilean Andes, particularly from Nevados de Chillan south into the lakes and volcanoes district of Chile’s 9th Region.
An Interview With Noah Howell Of Powderwhore Productions
Written by Sam   
Saturday, 03 September 2011
ImageNoah Howell is at the forefront of telemark skiing. He’s a world-class film, photo and magazine athlete, freeskiing competitor, ski mountaineer, writer and movie producer.
Tracking fjords, the iceland ski/sail combo
Written by Francesco (some pics by Haukur Sigurdsson)   
Sunday, 08 May 2011
ImageWhile climbing the Etna volcano in Sicily and the High Atlas in Morocco I developed a subtle but persistent desire for a trip to the north. Friends Martino and Emi who went back stoked from Greenland ski trips told me of the magic nordic skies, so we decided to design together an assault to the lonely north-western fjords of Iceland.
Spring At Bridger Bowl
Written by Sam   
Wednesday, 13 April 2011
ImageThe final days of the 2011 season at Bridger Bowl.

Bridger Bowl opened on Thanksgiving weekend for the 2010/2011 season and closed on April 12th, giving them a respectable 133 day operational period. Although cumulative snowfall leaned toward the meager end of the spectrum, the moisture content was abnormally high by Montana standards.
Skipping through Interior BC
Written by Jeff Campbell   
Saturday, 12 March 2011
Image Since I was teenager ski photography has helped me teleport to a “happy place” during difficult school years, injuries, and summer months. One photo in particular was had a special place above my bed for the last 15 years.
The United Nations of Shred mission “Through Savage Europe”
Written by Adam   
Friday, 11 March 2011
ImageIt had been six months or more since I’d heard from Benoit but one day last fall he called me up and said, “We’ve got something special lined up in the Balkans. I can’t tell you the exact dates yet but block off a few weeks in February or March. There are huge mountains and more snow than most of the rest of Europe and first descents on every run if we get the weather.”
Wyoming - Exploring The Gros Ventre And Teton Mountain Ranges.
Written by Sam   
Monday, 07 March 2011
ImageNorthwest Wyoming is currently in the depths of a substantial winter. Considering the fact that I had been home at Bridger Bowl for almost an entire week, it seemed like an appropriate time to get back on the road. After a series of phone calls and brief emails, I drove to Jackson and rendezvoused with Luke south of town to debate our options and devise a plan of attack.
The Road To Nowhere - Drifting Around The Intermountain West, Searching For Snow.
Written by Sam   
Monday, 28 February 2011
ImageEvery winter, as the season progresses, I find myself frustrated with the weather and snowpack. Wild temperature fluctuations, consistent lack of precipitation, flat light, instability and excess wind are always contenders at the top of the list.
Low Tide Across The Pond: Europe 2011
Written by Sam   
Friday, 18 February 2011
ImageBack in November, I heard rumors of significant early season storms on the Continent and several friends who were going to be setting up shop in Chamonix for a few weeks toward the end of January. It’s a bit of a gamble to purchase an airline ticket for a ski trip that far in advance, but I decided to throw my hat in the mix and commit to the sojourn as well (apparently regardless of conditions).
ISPO 2011
Written by Francesco   
Saturday, 12 February 2011
Image ISPO Report from Francesco
Sorcerer Lodge, B.C. 2011
Written by Jeff Campbell   
Friday, 04 February 2011
ImageI was smack in the middle of my last round of finals to finish out my Masters at UW when I began Wastebooking and saw a friend of mine from UT was looking to fill spots in the Sorcerer Lodge mid-January. One email led to another and after 3 weeks of frantic packing, studying, and working, I left Bellingham with my friends Garrett and Bridget Grove and nine other strangers whom I’d never met.
Scrambling better for better lines - Vibram 2011-12 test/task force for freeride/AT boots, kick-off
Written by Francesco   
Thursday, 28 October 2010
ImageFreeriders and AT skiers are considered by most observers as separate entities, but we believe its time for a change. The fierce competition for powder and first tracks in lift-assisted spots has spurred a new generation of skiers who begun to scramble a bit rocks, snow and ice to get access to otherwise unaccessible, exciting new lines. Once accustomed to skins, these skiers also enjoy the AT culture and quickly become addicted to the earn your turns concept.