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Skiing's 60th Anniversary: Covers from the 1950's

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Start by stepping off a low box or stair with one foot and landing with both feet. Eventually progress to landing on one foot.
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To attack your line, reach forward, plant your basket, and use your wrist to flick the basket behind you. Fluid repetition will keep you moving down…
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One set; 12 to 20 reps (6 to 10 per side) for each hand patternStand on the ball, knees soft. Start with your arms out in front of you, parallel to…
$700 This is our favorite Dalbello boot, and a better choice for aggressive, technical skiers than the Krypton Pro, below. Testers loved the strap at…
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$775 The same stiff-but-not-too-stiff 120 flex as the X-Onetwenty, but the 100-millimeter-wide forefoot offers a bit more cush and comfort. It’s very…
$840 This medium-volume, medium-flex boot combines the power and drive of Head’s stiffer, racing-oriented shells with a cushier liner for all-day…
$925 The low-volume, high-cuff Falcon CS Pro pairs the Falcon line’s unparalleled snow sensitivity with a totally new concept in boots: customizable…
$875 Stiffer than the 110 Sensor3, but still freeride-oriented, the Pro 130 Carbon provides great support under the heel and forefoot. Carbon inserts…