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Gear Review

Salice Nordic Shields: An excellent alternative to Casco Nordic Shields

Wed, Feb 11, 2009 - By Mike Muha

An alternative to the Casco Nordic Eyewear is Salice's Nordic Shield. I've had an opportunity to train and race in a pair for the past three weeks and thought I provide a review of these value leaders.

Toko T12 Iron rest results

Tue, Dec 23, 2008 - By Ian Harvey

We tested the T12 Iron last week. We wanted to evaluate the consistency of the heat throughout the base, the accuracy of the temperature read out, and the tightness of the thermostat window.

Fischer boot canting technology flattens ski for better glide

Wed, Dec 3, 2008 - By Fischer

Fischer has developed a canting system so the boot can adjust perfectly to the respective leg position. A special key can be used to adjust the boot to the lower leg axis with just one turn.

Salomon's Warm and Cold Ski Bases and Skis

Tue, Oct 28, 2008 - By Salomon

Salomon Warm and Cold Skis, both skate and classic, have bases and ski molds designed for the characteristics of warm and cold snow.

Salomon heal-toe camber for classic ski

Fri, Oct 17, 2008 - By Salomon

Salomon claims their heal toe camber provides great glide and kick. "You no longer need be a World Cup athlete or Birkie Champion to enjoy each classical day."

First Look - Video

Kraftstaven - the pole of the future?

Wed, Jul 30, 2008 - By Mike Muha

The Kraftstaven is a new carbonfiber ski-pole with a different type of ergonomical approach. Rather than a straight shaft, or a straight shaft with an offset tip, the Kraftstaven shaft is offset at the top using a long curved pole section.

First Look

Alpina skate and classic roller ski boots

Tue, Jun 17, 2008 - By Mike Muha

Here's an interesting set of products for the dedicated roller skier: Roller ski boots from Alpina. Light and less filling.

Nordic ski racer and triathlete?

Buying my first triathlon bike

Wed, May 28, 2008 - By Mike Muha

Egged on by Ryan Robinson and Yvon Dufour, I entered a couple sprint triathlons last year. Who can't swim half a mile, bike 12.5 miles, and run 5K? Well, I got the tri-bug...

CXC offers X-Country DVD

Fri, May 2, 2008 - By CXC Skiing

The story begins in Val Senales, a small ski resort in the heart of Tyrol, where the final preparations for the up-coming season takes place. Everyday is the same and consists of eating, training, sleeping, eating. But the hardest part is yet to come...,


First Look: Go Faster Boot and Binding System

Wed, Mar 5, 2008 - By Doug Cornell

Upon un-boxing the skis, I immediately noticed that the binding and boot system resembles a Look bicycle cleat. The boots are light. There is no rotating cuff commonly found on other brands of skating boots.


Go Faster lets ski stay flat, longer

Thu, Dec 27, 2007 - By Kevin Brooker

I noticed the flexible boot cuff allows the foot to ride flatter longer. Without a stiff cuff, when I tip my ankle the foot and the ski stays flat for a bit before beginning to tip onto the edge. A flat ski is a fast ski.


Nordic Ski Training Secrets

Tue, Dec 11, 2007 - By Craig Storey

The "Nordic Ski Training Secrets for High Performance DVD" DVD provide in depth knowledge of sports physiology, general training principles, ski training exercises and techniques, as well as looking at the training methodology to other sports.


Cross-Country Technique Fundamentals: Recommended!

Mon, Dec 3, 2007 - By Mike Muha

"Cross-Country Technique Fundamentals" is the best cross country ski technique CD out there, bar none, for both classic and freestyle skiing. It should be on everyone’s short list of key training investments. Put it on your Christmas list now.


Go Faster Boot and Binding System: Great Stability

Tue, Nov 27, 2007 - By Kevin Brooker

The stability of the Go Faster is just awesome. First time on snow this season and on a radical departure from what I’m used to and I was relaxed.


Nordic Ski Training Secrets for High Performance Sport

Fri, Oct 12, 2007 - By Craig Storey

These DVDs definitely provide a lot of in depth knowledge of sports physiology, general training principles, ski training exercises and techniques, as well as looking at the training methodology to other sports.

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