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Episode | 2min
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The Borderline Project
The Borderline Project
Episode | 10min
Tristan Knoertzer planned a human-powered 300km loop between France, Switzerland & Italy.
50°North [The Right Technique]
50°North [The Right Technique]
Episode | 4min
Which techniques should we use to ease the proper management of our equipment?
High Beams - Skiing with powerful DIY leds at night
High Beams - Skiing with powerful DIY leds at night
Episode | 5min
Give Nico Vuignier a fistful of 100W LEDs, skis and a clear night; this is what you'll end up with.
Bon Appetit Ski [Bansko]
Bon Appetit Ski [Bansko]
Episode | 10min
With recent pilgrimage to Eastern Europe, the French crew comes with an unusual destination:Bulgaria

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My Ski Story: Chris Rubens
We had a simple idea: Ask our freeski team members for their favorite ski story. The only limitation was that they had to tell it quickly. To our surprise, every story was very different from the next. These are the stories they shared. We hope their best memories get you excited for winter.
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A Chat with Salomon Freeski Athletes
Cody Townsend, Chris Rubens and Greg Hill paid a recent visit to Salomon’s Annecy Design Center (ADC) to work with product developers on the ski equipment of the future. While they were here, we sat down for a discussion about testing prototypes, which QST skis they prefer, and answered questions from our live viewers about backcountry safety and more. Watch the interview below.
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Skiing in Japan: Everything that Everyone ever says it is
Every turn produced a face shot, enveloping my entire body in wave after wave of white. I felt the resistance of the snow against my chest in the middle of the turn as much as against my skis. The snow split into particles, allowing me to go deeper as I dug my edges in, before finally, reluctantly releasing the turn, only to bounce into the next.

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