As we first speculated last week, Echelon has confirmed via press release that their boards will be manufactured by Shaggy’s Copper Country Skis, of Boyne Michigan under the guidance and direction of Eric Luthartdt. Read on for details about their new vision and more focused product line. Monrovia, CA, January 13, 2014– Echelon Snowboards has…
Nokia and Burton have teamed up again to develop an exclusive smartphone app, dedicated for snowboarders.
I fell in to one of these Sony HDR-AS15 cameras as a perk from Klout. I’ve got a first gen Contour HD and a first gen GoPro HD Hero so it will be nice to have another option to use for filming. What’s in the box? Or, boxes as it were. Waterproof case &…
The other day I received an email from a company asking for my input (e.g., unpaid consultation) on their new and innovative snowboard binding technology. This “new and innovative” technology is yet another rotating binding system, Rot-Ahr from Spain.
Apparently bad ideas never really go out of style.
Mostly I use the web to score deals, to watch (obsessively) the weather forecasts, to check for information about the local hills, etc., and if you’ve got an iPhone then Liftopia has a new app out for free that will help you get the most bang for your buck.
As a ski area, there are many factors outside your control, like the weather, but one thing you can control is hospitality which extends to and includes your use of social media.
Boasting twice the processing power, a redesigned lens, as well as improvements in low-light performance, GoPro just announced the release of their HD Hero2 POV camera, and it seems poised to be a game-changer just like the original HD Hero.
So you got your GoPro HD Hero and you see all the totally rad videos that everyone else is making on youtube and vimeo and you wonder how come your videos suck even though you can stomp back-9′s? Well the GoPro really isn’t a “point-and-shoot” camera.