Karl Kristian Muggerud’s 2014 Season
Norwegian Karl Kristian Muggerud has dropped his 2013/14 season for you to enjoy! KKM’s got a unique style that flows seamlessly from pow to park to spring corn snow. We definitely nominate his edit for today’s must watch!
Due to its ice free port and railroad connections, Narvik is a natural distribution hub of the north. Picture this industrial area covered in snow, enhanced by the surrounding stunning nature and you will see where we got the inspiration for our narvik collection. The concept consists of freestyle inspired products for skiers and snowboarders, for use in the slopes, in the backcountry or in urban surroundings. Designed with high focus on movement and style, narvik combines technical needs such as good breathability and venting possibilities, with a playful design. View the products here: norrona.com/narvik
Check out what all the employees of Ski Magazine had to say about our new ski graphics in the newest 2014 Buyers Guide.
Watch and vote for LINE MC Max Hammer shredding over 4,000 vertical feet at Jackson Hole. Max’s entry in the TGR Co-Lab was put together using multiple cameras as they captured him shredding from the top of the Tram at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to the Village at the bottom in one fluid run. Voting is easy and your vote will help Max take home the $100,000 prize! Just click here to watch and vote every day.
Check out the 3rd Annual Blister Awards from SIA 2013
Line Skis was awarded in 3 different categories this year
• Favorite Person We Talked to at SIA •
Jed Yeiser – Line Skis Engineer
• The “No Brainer” Award •
Sir Francis Bacon will be available in 190cm length for 13/14
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En Route Sled BC follows Chris Benchetler, Andy Mahre and Line’s very own Eric Pollard on a snowmobile access trip to British Columbia, Canada. The crew skis in full on snow storms and blue bird conditions on some of the best terrain North America has to offer.
Old News is Good News
- More Funner Skis for 2015/16!
- Tom Wallisch goes Xtreme!
- The Traveling Circus goes to Australia in “Chunder Down Under”
- Blister Gear Review goes Supernatural
- The Traveling Circus Remembers 2014