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  • May 30, 2017

    Alex Taran Reminisces About Winter Adventure With Valentine

    I would not quite call it “playing hooky.” Yet there I was 4 hours from my adult responsibilities, two skis under my feet, trudging slowly uphill. While my dog Valentin reassured me this was the best decision I could ever make, I knew that most people in my pre-med program would never do this.

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  • February 8, 2017

    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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  • January 22, 2017

    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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  • January 17, 2017

    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 6, 2017

    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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  • January 3, 2017

    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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  • December 26, 2016

    Jaron Stadler Releases His Two Year Project "J-Chronicles"

    Jaron Stadler just released a personal project with La Familia Channel documenting the last two years of his ski career. This entertaining edit takes you through all the highs and lows of his urban and backcountry ski pursuits. Enjoy

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  • November 6, 2016

    New Mind Boggling Season Edit From Owen Leeper

    We all know park edits are a dime a dozen, how often do we see athletes drop jaw dropping, pro quality, multi angle big mountain freeride edits with drone footage to the interwebs? Not enough! Well here's our man Owen Leeper with this piece of work created with the help of Tim Swartz, Eric Seymour, and Justin Dersham. If you want to see some real deal cliff drops, slough bombs, over the head faceshots, technical straightlines, big 'ol backies, and an 85 foot front flip then sit down and watch as Owen Leeper takes us through his 2016 season at Jackson Hole on Icelantic Skis.

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  • November 2, 2016

    Icey Shop Spotlight - Lahout's, America's Oldest Ski Shop

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    For those of you that don't know America's oldest ski shop, meet Lahout's. The iconic Lahout's Ski Shop serves as the unofficial New England ski shrine, with endless memorabilia like leather bindings, Raichle ski boots and K2 COMPS, dating back to the turn of the century.
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    We proud to have our skis in such a special and iconic ski shop and we are proud to have become one of Lahout's top selling brands. Both Icelantic and Lahout's share in American pride and Lahout's customers have fallen for the innovation, quality and U.S. manufacturing of Icelantic Skis. The shop is not only a piece of history as it resembles a museum it is also one of the countries most progressive ski shops.
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