skis-buyers-guide
Buying new skis is a big commitment, there are a huge range of considerations to take into account. Every pair has its perfect buyer and conditions/terrain that it suits. Those two things aren't easy to decipher just by looking at the waist width and colour of the top sheet. Location The...
Ski Sock
Selecting the right ski sock for your time out on the slopes can be a make or break for your day. Nearly every skier has at some point experienced numb, cold feet which doesn't do much for your enjoyment of the sport. This guide has been created to help...
Ski goggles are one of the most essential pieces of your ski gear. They provide the ability  to differentiate snow forms, keep snow and wind out of your eyes, and most importantly, protect your eyes from harmful UV rays that bounce around on snow. Any good snow goggles will...

Le Bent Takes Gold

(Denver, CO) While all eyes have remained focused on Australian skiers and snowboarders winning medals in Pyeongchang, an Aussie team of a different sort has brought home gold from another fiercely competitive international showdown. le bent, Australia’s beloved makers of high-performance and ultra-comfortable socks and base layers, has been crowned...
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K2 Skis have come this year back with vengeance. A change in core composition for the Pinnacle 88 Ti from previous years give it more power and stiffness. The rest of award winning Pinnacle series will be unchanged asides from the amazing new graphics. The K2 Wayback and Talkback skis...
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Salomon have continued the rollout of the C/FX Superfiber into their All Mountain skis. The unique Carbon and Flax construction provides a powerful and damp ski without sacrificing weight. The C/FX reinforcement is now found widely across the XDR, QST, Aira and MTN series. All of these skis have a...
Line Supernatural Skis Preview
Line Skis are at the front of Fish-tailed evolution again! Following the success of the Pescado, they continued have conjured up the Sakana, Line's new All Mountain swallow tail skis. With 105mm Underfoot but still 150mm in the tip, it looks to have all the surfy characteristics that made...
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Nordica kept it simple this year. Given the fact that nearly the entire ski and boot ranges were redone last year. Lets give them some time to settle in. We have skied all of these skis extensively and love them, fully believe that if its not broken don't fix it! Graphics...
Blizzard Black Pearl Skis Preview
Blizzard Skis have continued their dominance in progressive freeride skis with the release of the Rustler 9 and Sheeva 9. These skis look to provide the same damp but playful feel of the wider variants, but a more appropriate size for Australian conditions. The historical Bushwacker is back as the...
Atomic Bent Chetler 120 Skis and Hawk XTD Ski Boots Aussieskier
The gang over at Atomic have been busy in the past season. Offering a full redesign of the ever popular Vantage, significant changes to the Backland lineup, and the addition of the new Bent Chetler 100. Let alone the release of the Hawk XTD touring boots and the Shift...

TRIP REPORTS

Chamonix 2017 - Vallee Blanche

aussieskier adventures Chamonix 2017 – Day 5 – Vallée Blanche

Day 4 didn't warrant a post on it's own, heavy snowfalls, high winds and poor visibility were the order of the day. Temperatures had...
Chamonix 2017 - Crevacol

aussieskier adventures Chamonix 2017 – Day 3 – Crevacol

We woke to a similar situation as the previous day except that the snow line had dropped and it was dumping in Chamonix with...

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