Gear that Works. And Rocks. That I love.

I work with companies who build gear that I am rabid about. I believe in the gear they produce, and I am stoked to work and play in it every single day.
I love POC because of the incredible amount of research and development that goes into their products. They are constantly innovating, and not just from a design and style perspective, but everything they do is from a safety perspective.

I know that this company keeps me safe on the slopes and on my bike. I count on it! To top it off, POC was my very first sponsor. They took a chance on me when no one else did.

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You have to find the right ski for you. The ski that feels like an extension of your feet. The ski that you trust, that tips and rips and works. Every single ski that Blizzard makes performs well.

This summer, I had a chance to ride the 2015/16 Spur for the first time, an phenomenal deep powder ski. My go-to ski is the Brahma - it's my favorite all mountain ski. It floats, it carves, its snappy and responsive. That's the ski I'll go to tryouts on this year, because I can count on it on ice in the morning, and in shin deep snot in the afternoon. The G-Force series are amazing front-side carvers, the World Cup Race skis are like Ferraris growling in the ski rack. In short, every single pair of Blizzard skis I try, I fall in love with.

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Tecnica Boots give me a close-to-the-foot fit while leaving enough material for the boot fitter to make a truly custom work of art for me to ski in.

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Marker has been an industry standard for years. The bindings are secure and strong. They release and hang on when they should.

One of my favorite innovations with Marker was a boot-scraper bar which they began installing on the toe piece of their bindings. This is a company that listens to its consumers and continues to innovate in ways that matter.

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I am honored to be a Team Leki Athlete this year! Their gear is inspirational, functional, and beautiful, and I'm stoked to be working with them.

The Trigger S system is one of the most ingenious designs I've ever come across in skiing. I love it for two reasons.

First, it lets me get in and out of my ski poles almost immediately. This lets me talk and gesture and then ski away without fussing with my ski straps.

Second, and more importantly, when I use the adjustable ski strap with the Trigger S, I am safer. This summer in South America, I had a fall that certainly would have resulted in surgery to my thumb, but because of Leki's Trigger S System, the fall blew my strap snap open and I skied away without an injury.

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Strafe Outerwear is made locally by a team of passionate ski mountaineers. The gear is incredibly functional, tested and improved every day at the Highlands ski area. 

The gear is incredibly versatile. I've never had gear that works so well charging around in deep powder, as well as climbing up whatever mountain is your objective for the day. Strafe gear has huge vents, smartly placed zippers and pockets, and is made with integrity and intention by people who care. 

I've never fallen in love so fast with gear, I've been a loyal customer since the first opportunity I had to get my hands on this amazing gear.

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After dragging ski bags through airports in five different countries, I have become obsessed with my SporTube.

First of all, your skis won't get damaged or broken. Second, you can also stuff poles, whip-its and ice axes in there without worrying about tearing your bag open. And lastly, the hard case is much much easier to manipulate as you pull it through the airport.

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The Skier's Edge is the closest thing to skiing you can find for dry-land training.

The mechanics of the machine help you make a nearly perfect retraction turn. It works your legs just like skiing bumps does, while forcing you to concentrate on core stability and strength. This machine helped me pass my full cert, as it not only got me in shape to ski bumps, but it helped me develop my understanding of the mechanics of skiing. If you jones for the feeling of skiing when you can't get to the snow, having a Skier's Edge machine not only keeps you in shape for your return to the slopes, but it helps you hone your mechanics for bump, powder and dynamic skiing in general.

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Dryland training can be boring, and I am always looking for ways to make it fun AND effective. With inline skating, the movements are very similar to skiing, so it develops all the right muscles.

Not only that, but I get to rip around with my kids and friends all over the amazing paved roads in Aspen. One thing I discovered this summer is how fun it is to throw my Rollerblades into the car so that any time I come across a skate park or a BMX track, I can take them out and play around! Skating on a cement pump track is challenging and exciting, and it develops amazing skills that parallel force absorption in skiing. It's an incredible workout!

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Are You Insured?

We carry liability insurance for our trips, and additionally, we require our guests to purchase trip insurance. We recommend World Nomads for your trip insurance, they are affordable and offer incredible coverage. While things rarely go wrong, it is important to be covered just in case something happens.

Sponsorship is an honor, and I work hard for the companies who believe in me.

I am so stoked to get to play in the best gear around. I'm honored by the faith and trust that these companies place in me, and so stoked that they took a chance on me. Skiing is my passion, and it is an absolute joy to do in beautiful, highly functional, amazing gear. Thank you!