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Board — Renee Howard

How to Ski Alaska (without selling a kidney)

You don’t need a helicopter to ski the Chugach. In this piece, Alaskan Renee Howard explains how to shred The Last Frontier on a budget.

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Around the web — transworld snowboarding

Vail Resorts Just Bought Stowe Mountain

The biggest name in Colorado ski resorts is now coast-to-coast. Vail Resorts has officially bought Vermont's Stowe Mountain Resort.

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Around the web — SUPthemag.com

Update: Paddler 3/4 of the Way Across Atlantic

Remember that guy who was trying to SUP across the Atlantic? He's still at it, and it's actually going pretty well.

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Around the web — highsnobiety.com

These boards really shine

If Ziggy Stardust was a skater, he'd ride one of these boards. Designer Nick Thomm's holographic skateboards are fitted with an iridescent surface on both sides.

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BoardStewart Moore

The Snow Show: Gear we’re watching

Every year, snow sports industry leaders show off their newest gear at a show in Colorado. Our own Stewart Moore was there to test it all out.

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Around the web — Transworld snowboarding

Snowboarding was born in… Turkey?

Yes, you read that right. The Turks have been surfing snow for hundreds (if not thousands) of years.

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HacksMattie Schuler

Never get cold feet again

Cold feet don't have to be part of the skiing experience. Writer Mattie Schuler sat down with a bootfitting expert to learn some simple tricks to keep the blood moving.

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Around the web — Transworld Snowboarding

How to snowboard Japan on the cheap

If a winter trip to Japan isn't on your bucket list, you add it now. And then you should check out these tips for getting there without breaking the bank.

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BoardStewart Moore

Interview: This duo is (finally) making comfortable ski boots

Bill Doble and Dave Dodge make ski boots that are lighter, stronger, warmer, and more comfortable than anything on the market. Stewart Moore sat down with them to find out how they do it.

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Around the web — theinertia.com

Peru opens a nighttime surf break

Four 1,000 watt LED lights atop 59-foot posts now illuminate a stretch of beach in Lima, Peru. The lights were erected to encourage nighttime surfing.

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