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Solis : and there was light

Published on September 20, 2018 By kelly simmons

In a universe where versatility is omnipotent, to bring out a ski dedicated to steep slopes could be thought of as a conceited risk. Nevertheless, the elegance of its line and robust appearance awakens the curiosity and desire of numerous skiers who are not specialists in mid-air jump turns. An encounter with Julien Regnier*, the […]

Biggest Ski Resort Expansion In 15 Years Hits East Coast

Published on August 8, 2018 By kelly simmons

Like many skiers who grew up in New York City, I spent some formative years on the slopes at Hunter Mountain. While not as big as the Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine resorts that dominate eastern skiing, Hunter has the golden rule of real estate going for it: location, location and location. At under two and […]

A Blast Around America- Black Crow Skis

Published on May 3, 2018 By kelly simmons

Last March Bruno Compagnet and Layla Jean Kerley went on a promotional tour in the western United States. A journey rich in encounters, mountains and desert expanses to inspire Bruno’s travel notes and Layla’s captured moments. Chapter one: trade winds It was supposed to be a promotional trip but turned out to be much more […]