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Salice 807 Nordic Flip Sunglasses review

Fri, Mar 7, 2014 - By Mike Muha

They arrived just before the White Pine Stampede. Even though you shouldn't try something new in a race, they were so cool looking that I had to wear them. Ha! I won the 20k Classic wearing them!

Vasa launches versatile wall-mounted Erg for XC ski training and more

Mon, Dec 9, 2013 - By Mike Muha

The folks at Vasa simply mounted their popular Ergometer on the wall. This configuration makes for a compact training tool that enables skiers of any ability to improve ski-specific power & endurance indoors.

Mt. Borah prepares for West Yellowstone Ski Festival

Thu, Nov 21, 2013 - By Ben Wizner

Mt. Borah will showcase its entire custom Nordic line-up at the show, including its newest line, labeled OTW, or Out to Win. OTW, a top-tier line that utilizes Mt. Borah’s own lazercut and body-form technology.

Mt. Borah Releases Top-tier Nordic Collection

Thu, Aug 29, 2013 - By Ben Wizner

With over two years of product development in the books, Mt. Borah’s OTW Nordic ski collection is the new edge in custom Nordic apparel for teams, clubs and groups.

Top 5 maintenance tips for your Vasa Ergometer

Wed, May 29, 2013 - By Rob Sleamaker

The Vasa Ergometer is built to last a lifetime with minimal maintenance. It's easy to keep your Erg working like new, and it won't cost you much more than some elbow grease.

Toko introduces Care Line to US

Tue, May 28, 2013 - By Ian Harvey

Toko Care Line products are specially tailored to high-quality outdoor gear and footwear and draw from the company's history as a ski wax provider as well as Toko's partnership with outdoor titan, Schoeller Textiles.


Fischer announces new Speedmax skis

Wed, Feb 6, 2013 - By Fischer Skis

Fischer has developed Cold Base Bonding: a unique process which retains the homogeneity of the original molecular structures by avoiding heat and pressure when the base is added. As a result, you get unrivaled gliding properties and maximum speed.

Karhu announces the return of its ski line to North America

Wed, Jan 9, 2013 - By Lisa Lazarczyk

Starting now, Karhu North America will begin importing its popular line of skate and classic skis and boots, which are designed, developed and tested in Lahti, Finland.

Toko Coaches Pack and Start Duffel

Wed, Dec 5, 2012 - By Ian Harvey

The Coaches Pack is for a person carrying anything that shouldn't freeze or shouldn't get wet. It has tool and wax compartments. The Start Duffel s the perfect bag to take with you to the start of an event.

Triac Basket System trickles down the Swix race pole line

Wed, Nov 7, 2012 - By Mike Muha

For 2013, Swix's "screw on" Triac basket has trickled down from the top-of-the-line Triac cross country ski pole to three other poles in the Swix line: the Start TBS, Team TBS, and Carbon TBS poles.


Wild Shot: Struggles and successes in biathlon and cross country skiing

Mon, Sep 17, 2012 - By Mike Muha

The US Biathlon Association decides to dump you. What do you do? Head to Europe to train with the best. And so begins the adventure in Andy Liebner's excellent book.

Salice 004 sunglass product review

Tue, Aug 7, 2012 - By Mike Muha

Thibaut Pinot wore a pair when he won stage 8 of the Tour de France and Team Great Britain Men's 8 rowed to Bronze in the Olympics a few days ago donning Salice sunglasses. Salice Italian sunglasses are now imported into the US by Chi-Town Sports.

Kickland now on Kindle for 99 cents

Thu, Dec 29, 2011 - By Kevin Hayes

With Christmas over, and so many kindles under the tree, I want to let the xc ski community know that at amazon kindle, Kickland is now available as an ebook for just 99 cents.

Swix Camera Pack

A quest for the perfect water bottle belt, Part 6

Tue, Dec 13, 2011 - By Mike Muha

This belt is more of a specialty belt. My Sony DSC-H50 camera (right) is a little on the large size and doesn't fit into a normal water bottle belt. I need something with a bigger pocket to hold it.

Ultimate Directions Solitaire

A quest for the perfect water bottle belt, Part 5

Mon, Dec 12, 2011 - By Mike Muha

The horizontal water bottle holder is OK, but the huge cargo space makes this water bottle belt a winner for classic skiers or folks who want to carry more gear.

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