To My Fellow Females. Have you ever thought about how rad it would be to pee standing up?! To not have to go searching for a bush, and risk showing our behinds to the world? Why don't we get that luxury?! Well, we do now, with this awesome little gadget called the Freshette. Similar items are the GoGirl and the SheeWee. They are fancy little funnels designed to allow us to go whenever, w
Just returned from an absolutley epic 5 day trip with the Monument Snowboards team at Lost Trail, MT. Quick teaser to stoke the fire of just a small part of what went down in the last week. Check back here and the Monument Snowboards website over the next couple weeks to see what all went down in Montana.
For the past 4 years, like minded folks from all over the PNW have been gathering at Mt. Baker for the annual splitboard gathering aptly named, The Mt Baker Splitfest. Organizers Bob Rodgers and Terry Schmidbauer set out to create a laid back event to get splitboarders together to meet and check out all the latest gear.
Well, aside from a long stretch of dissapointment in February, she left us with a bang. Last week the PNW saw some awesome snowfall totals, and general happiness all around. With several days seeing over 12" of snow, March kicked off with a bang. We def took a few sick days from the shop to go find some fresh, we never left dissapointed.
Everyone who has ridden a snowmobile to access good snowboarding terrain has dealt with carrying a snowboard on a back pack. Most of those people have probably gone home, taken a few ibuprofen and sat at the computer looking up racks to hold their gear so they don't have to do that again. One of the first people to address this issue was Dave Basterrechea from Cheetah Factory Racing (CFR) back in 1999. The first company to produce snowboard and ski racks for the few that ventured out into the backcountry via sled.