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Archive for October, 2014

Afterglow from Sweetgrass Productions, this will light up your Halloween!

Publicerad: 31 October, 2014 av Jaan Oldin |

(31 October 2014)

Afterglow from Sweetgrass Productions, this will light up your Halloween!

Amazing groundbreaking film, a must see. Afterglow light suit skiing… check it out here!

Happy Halloween!

Publicerad: 28 October, 2014 av Jaan Oldin |

(28 October 2014)

Happy Halloween!

This is the Revelstoke version of neighbourhood watch :)

Halloween

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Check this chick out – she rocks!

Publicerad: 26 October, 2014 av Jaan Oldin |

(26 October 2014)

Check this chick out – she rocks!

Tatum Monod puts most guys to shame. Go ahead and hit play… you can thank us later.

December HeliSki Special at Eagle Pass HeliSki

Publicerad: 19 October, 2014 av Jaan Oldin |

EP Dec special

(19 October 2014)

December HeliSki Special at Eagle Pass HeliSki

Join Eagle Pass Heliskiing this winter and start your season off right with deep pow and epic terrain! Heliski with us anytime from Dec 4th-31st and receive unlimited vertical for only $1, 099 pp – savings of over $500! To receive the discount please contact us directly.

December HeliSki Special at Eagle Pass HeliSki - with GO Heli & Cat Skiing

New season… new skis

Publicerad: 12 October, 2014 av Charlotta Lyon |

(12 October 2014)

New season… new skis

Check out some of the new awesome freeride skis for 14/15 season that will be sure to make your heliskiing or catskiing trip an even more amazing experience: Blizzard Spur, Völkl BMT 109 and DPS WAILER 112RP. Völkl and DPS have been a longstanding favorites with us here at GO Heli & Cat Skiing, but we are really looking forward to trying out the new Blizzard Spurs.

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  • When people see these skis in the lift line they will say, “Daaammmnn.” They’ll have a similar reaction when they see you skiing these beauties. Blizzard will only distribute 300 pairs of the new Spurs globally, and they will go fast. With a wood core built into Blizzard’s Flipcore rocker construction, the ski has 650mm of tip rocker, so it’s slow and gradual yet playful, with 430mm of tail rocker. Flat camber underfoot and carbon fiber laid up through the tip and the tail reduce chatter and swing weight, allowing the Spur to dominate any powder field. Check out on Blizzard-ski.com

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  • Völkl’s new BMT (Big Mountain Touring) line is the latest to feature its signature carbon jacket construction with lightweight multi-layer wood core, whose incredibly thin edge profile reduces weight by 15 percent. Where the BMT excels over previous V-WERKS models is the addition of early taper in the tip. The taper gives the ski a smooth and easy turning arc, yet it maintains the surprising edge-hold and weight savings. With its full rocker profile, and versatile 109mm waist, the BMT is the rare touring ski that holds its own on any chairlift. Check out on Voelkl.com

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  • The Wailer 112RP utilizes DPS’s revolutionary use of aerospace carbon and nanotech technology to be 30 percent lighter and 30 percent torsionally stiffer than that of traditional ski layups. Though the Wailer 112RP had been one of DPS’s most popular models, it received a redesign this year to reduce the tip and tail rocker. The new shape simultaneously eliminated the splayed shovel in the longer lengths of the previous version while giving it a bigger sweet spot for more versatility and control. It’s also available in a more affordable, but heavier, Hybrid layup consisting of fiberglass, carbon, and bamboo. Check out on dpsskis.com

 

Check out more awesome gear in Buyers guide on Powder.com

 

A Tribute to two of the Best

Publicerad: 2 October, 2014 av Charlotta Lyon |

 (02 October 2014)

Two of the Best
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A Tribute in Video to J.P. Auclair and Andreas Fransson.

May they rest in peace

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