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Well, it most certainly has been a trying last few days. I’d like to thank my bosses, Phil Leeds and Jeff Crabtree of Skinny Skis, for giving the time I needed to get my head straightened out. I’ve worked at the store for about 13 years now, so that should tell you what kind of […]
Yes, yes, yes! It’s taken some time, but after much demand, I’ve finally gotten some more TetonAT visors in…and they are also improved! In addition, I threw a few bucks towards Croakies and had them make some ‘Live to Ski’ sunglass retainers as well! Fun, fun, fun! Return of the TetonAT.com visor and now…’Live To […]
Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam rock for the TetonAT visor in Salt Lake City last week. More details to come!!! Photo: Bryan Feinstein, front-row…center. This is my favorite song from the new Backspacer album. Here’s the live version from Salt Lake City, Sept. 28, 2009. Tell me that dude on stage isn’t winning some serious […]
Guess my time running up and down the Grand Teton this weekend and win a FREE pair of La Sportiva Sandstone GTX hiking shoes! The Sandstone GTX is a great light hiker with a rugged Vibram sole, leather and mesh uppers, a capped toe for protection, a gusseted tongue and a Gore-Tex insert to keep […]
Check out the Fission SL on Arc’teryx’s newly updated website. Support TetonAT and get up to 45% Off Fat Skis from Backcountry.com. Expires 9/2/2009.
It’s been a long time since we played “Name that Couloir” here on TetonAT.com. (Click here for past posts.) To tell you the truth, I really liked this “game”, but honestly, I felt like I ran out of good photos of Teton couloirs. I’ve been thinking of expanding this “game” to include lines in other […]
Randosteve skis in the Eastern Beartooths of Montana. Our second full day skiing out of Goose Lake was the best. Our plan was to head up to Fox Peak and scope out its North Couloir, which was recommend by Kris Erickson, a well known ski mountaineer and photographer. After hopefully a successful descent, would then […]