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Powder Productions is an award-winning video and multimedia production house, extending the quality of storytelling from the magazine and Powder.com into short-form and long-form video and...

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Matchstick Productions cut up the 2011 footage of Jacob Wester.

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A weather phenomenon has been pounding the Sierra Nevada Mountains the first week of January 2017, with up to 100 inches of snow and rain with 20-percent water content. Watch a prelude to an...

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The winner of Best Short at the 17th Annual Powder Awards, A Fairy Tale, presented by Yeti, tells the story of Silverton guide and life-long skier John Shocklee.

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Engerbretson skis through Kiroro Resort on Hokkaido, the north island of Japan, a resort with killer backcountry surrounding it on all sides. Her season edit also includes footage from an all-women...

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A video preview of the Rossignol Experience 100 HD ski. Learn more about the best skis in the 2017 Buyer's Guide on Powder.com.

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A video preview of the Liberty Origin 116 ski. Learn more about the best skis in the 2017 Buyer’s Guide on Powder.com.

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A video preview of the Blizzard Bonafide ski. Learn more about the best skis in the 2017 Buyer’s Guide on Powder.com.

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A video preview of the Icelantic Nomad 115 ski. Learn more about the best skis in the 2017 Buyer’s Guide on Powder.com.

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Named after 4FRNT founder Matt Sterbenz, the MSP returns revamped to celebrate its 15th anniversary. A new shape and wood construction, with added camber and a 19m radius, increases edge hold and stability, making for a better ski on-piste. The 99mm waist and rockered tip and tail offer versatility. Fun fact: The MSP features neoprene in the tip and tail, which makes for a damper ride with less tip flap. Our reviewers, ranging from shop techs to school teachers and males and females, called it: “A ski without a speed limit” “a burly straightener that’s good for everyday” “bomber construction but stiff tail makes it hard to maneuver in tight spots” “a ski that can handle the soft stuff but would rather rip the front side” And evident of its evolution: “A ski for someone that liked the Hoji but wanted something better for hard pack.”

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The Spyder Jagged Jacket and Turret Pant are 2018 POWDER Apparel Guide Skier s Choice selections.

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The 686 Hydrastash Kit is a Skier s Choice selection from POWDER magazine s Thread The Needle outerwear event that forms the 2019 Apparel Guide.

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Chamonix-based Black Crows refined the design, giving the Atris a longer turning radius and softer flex, and making the early rise more pronounced. This versatile shredstick likes to play and go fast. Like most skis, the Atris features a progressive camber shape—camber underfoot, rocker in tip and tail. A poplar wood core combined with a fiberglass laminate makes it stable and playful, and a 18m turn radius allows it to be relatively quick edge to edge despite being 108mm underfoot. Our reviewers, ranging from shop techs to school teachers and males and females, said of the Atris: “Wide tip that doesn’t feel cumbersome, ski the groomed or chopped snow, but floats great.” “This thing rips on and off trail. Most fun and encouraging ski to push it, and wasn’t punishing if you get off your game.” “Super gnar agro skiers might feel it lacks some ‘oomph.’” “Quick and light, surprisingly fast edge to edge.” “The addition of a bit more rocker in the tip makes this ski even more fun without taking away from its hard snow chops. Rips just about anything you tip into, without needing a super high skill level to enjoy.”

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Skiing is in jeopardy. If climatologists are right, we are looking at the end of the sport as we know it in 75 years. Features Editor Porter Fox takes a road trip to the heart of ski town America to find out, what now? Watch this video to accompany the story in our September issue.

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In season two of Iconic Lifts, a Powder Productions Original presented by Strafe Outerwear, Mad River Glen s Single Chair, Whistler s Peak Express, and Snowbird s Aerial Tram are the featured lifts. Their influence on skiers provides an unforgettable experience.

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Part 2 of a new weekly series featuring renowned athletes from a variety of sports talking about the influence of Shane McConkey. This week, it s legendary skateboarder Bob Burnquist.

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Leah Evans founded the big mountain skiing camp Girls Do Ski to bolster female comradery on the mountain. Girls Do Ski is based out of Revelstoke, British Columbia.

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In its 18th year, the Powder Awards brings its rich history to honor those that continue to dedicate their season to capturing and evolving the sport and culture of skiing. A judging panel consisting of professional skiers, photographers, filmmakers, journalists, and industry veterans reviewed 50-plus entries in 13 categories to determine nominees and winners. The event also showcases readers’ favorite skiers with the annual Powder Poll, recognizing the sport’s top three women and three men.

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Review of the Dalbello Krypton Kryzma ID boot. Find more information about the Dalbello Krypton Kryzma ID and more boots in the 2015 Buyer s Guide on Powder.com.

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Oskar Enander won Photo of the Year for his work on the set of Sweetgrass Afterglow. The photo was taken at Sentry Lodge, British Columbia of Eric Hjorleifson.

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