Unveiled 3.1 Featuring Icelantic Athletes At Woodward Copper

Stoked to see Icelantic athletes featured in this new Woodward Copper​ edit made by Andrew Mildenberger​. Unveiled 3.1 with Cody Potter​, Calvin Barrett​, and Parker Norvell​.

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Girl Power! - Amy David Returns To Her Home Hill To Coach A Girl's Freeride Clinic

I returned to my hometown this season, Pinedale, Wyoming to host a girls freeride ski clinic for the local ski club with ages between 10 and 35. I loved going home to teach young girls who are learning to ski on the same little mountain I did as a kid.

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Icey Shop Spotlight - REI, Vibing Well With Icelantic #OptOutside #ReturnToNature

REI Co-op began in 1938 as a group of 23 mountain climbing buddies looking to buy more affordable ice axes from Europe. Today, the outdoor retailer has become the nation's largest consumer cooperative with 16 million members. But no matter how large the co-op grows, its roots remain firmly planted in the outdoors. REI’s passion for outdoor adventure is clear whenever you walk into one of the co-op’s 149 stores in 36 states, phone them, take a class or visit REI.com.

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Skiing Is Believing - New Icelantic Skis In Action

Following the indoor portion of the SIA trade show in Denver, the snow sports industry flocks to the mountains to return to nature and test the new skis and boards they've been drooling over and talking about for the past 4 days.

The response this year from testers after skiing the new Icelantic's was outrageously positive. Here are some of Icelantic's finest testing and demonstrating the performance of some of the new skis this week. Enjoy the sneak peak ;)

Ben Anderson on the Pioneer 109Scotty VerMerris on the Pioneer 96, and Cody Potter & Calvin Barrett on the Nomad 95.

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January 25, 2017


Official WOTR Afterparty!

Don’t miss out on the Official Winter on the Rocks Afterparty downtown at NATIV HOTEL NO COVER!!  

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Rachel Croft Wins 4* FWQ Revelstoke Comp With A Broken Boot

Words by Rachel Croft:

It was hard to feel nervous standing in the start gate on day one of the Revelstoke 4* FWQ event. I had clicked into my new Nomad 125's for my competition run, but their predecessor, the Gypsies, were waiting in my ski bag, freshly mounted with tech bindings, itching to take me on an adventure in the breathtaking British Columbia backcountry. If I didn't qualify for finals day, I had plans to go touring with friends. I was almost hoping I'd fall.

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Zach Masi On The Nomad 95

The Nomad 95 is meant to suit a wide variety of skiers and is meant to do a whole lotta things. Here's how Icelantic athlete Zach Masi likes to use them.


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January Powder Days At Alta With Scotty VerMerris

New year's 2017 brought lots of snow to the west. Thiss first storm of the year was described as an "overachiever". Here's Icelantic athlete and team manager Scotty VerMerris getting amongst it at Alta on the new Nomad 125.

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High Alpine Adventuring On The Vanguard With Hayden Price

It's dark, it's cold, it's been snowing for a while. Click. Click, click. Click. Click, click. The sounds of the tech bindings attaching my feet to the feather lite skis that will gingerly grip their way up the mountain. So light it's like they aren't even there. With grace and ease I kickturn my way up the mountain, the summit getting closer with each step. Surveying snow qualities and visualizing the best descent from the peak I notice the mountains not caring that I'm there. This is for me, I find meaning in this pursuit and flow state combination. Skins are peeled from my bases and the skis take on a new life! I am exactly where I want to BE.

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Icey Shop Spotlight - Wilderness Exchange Unlimited

Wilderness Exchange Unlimited (Wildy X) is an independently owned and operated business in Denver, Colorado.  They specialize in buying and selling equipment that is primarily used in outdoor pursuits such as rock climbing, ice climbing, mountaineering, backcountry skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, backpacking, and camping. High quality outdoor gear is expensive, but WildyX tries to make it more affordable and accessible to the first-time adventurer, as well as the seasoned expert, by finding the best deals in the industry.  The store provides an outlet that helps their vendors and manufacturers run more efficiently by buying Closeouts and Cosmetic 2nds below wholesale, and then passes on these significant savings to their customers. 

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