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Hit the trails in these running shoes, made by ski companies, to get on the mountain even when the snow’s gone.
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Detail gallery of Dynafit's new freeride-touring binding.
Dynafit's new Beast 16 is aimed at hard-charging freeriders.
A lightweight and powerful touring binding
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Our favorite boots for getting there and getting back.
The 90 best skis and boots for 2013.
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Hoji pens a deal with Dynafit. What’s next in the world of backcountry?
Skiing asked you to share photos of your hard charging moms using Instagram. After careful deliberation we have our winners. Thanks for sharing with us!
Between Bavarian pow turns and steins of weißbier, one editor got the scoop on some exciting new developments at Dynafit during a trip to that brand's homeland—including a new Eric Hjorliefson collaboration boot called the Vulcan.
Alpine touring bindings fall into two camps, tech-style and frame-style. They’re like apples and oranges. But there’s plenty of nitpicking to do within each category. Find your next AT binders here.
After spending the last two seasons modifying his own Dynafit Titans, the big-mountain skier will work directly with engineers to improve the backcountry-focused boots.
We tested five of next year's AT bindings at our gear test. Our Aspen-based gear expert gave us a video rundown of how they work, their touring functions, and what they're best for.
This week we're at Aspen Highlands testing next year's AT skis and bindings. Here's a look behind the scenes at the ski test, and a peek at some 2011-12 goods.
Or, how I shaved several pounds off my touring set up and learned to love going uphill.
Tim Dobbins, a guide with Alpine Skills International in Truckee, California, shares pointers for efficient travel in the backcountry. By Olivia Dwyer
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