Oudoor Retailer Trade Show – Backcountry Skiing (01-31-2005)

Post by WildSnow.com blogger | January 31, 2005      

Another day in the Wasatch. Doing the city thing today, but got in a short tour this morning.

Backcountry skiing in Utah.
They even name gear nowdays after dawn patrol — but the real thing isn’t a jacket. This one was kinda short — does it qualify?
Bakckcountry skiing summit.
In the Wasatch foothills, a short fitness ski before hitting the Outdoor Retailer show and lining up terrific new gear to cover here at WildSnow.com. Our posse this morning was interesting, all Dynafit randonnee backcountry skiing bindings. Heidi wearing an Icebox wool hat.


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