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  1. JASON LEVINTHAL JUST ACQUIRED 4FRNT SKIS

    JASON LEVINTHAL JUST ACQUIRED 4FRNT SKIS Jun 27, 2017   By: Leslie Hittmeier   Jason Levinthal, based in Burlington, Vermont has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire 4FRNT, a designer and manufacturer of alpine skis, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The transaction is expected to close in early July. Levinthal’s acquisition of 4FRNT is an […]

  2. 11 Must-Haves for Your Carry-on Bag

    11 Must-Haves for Your Carry-on Bag By Caroline Morse Reprinted from SmarterTravel.com   Dreading a long flight? Pack these 11 things in your carry-on to make the hours fly by—even if you’ve landed the worst seat in coach!   Inflatable Pillow Sleep is a crucial way to kill time on a long-haul flight, and a […]

  3. The Story of Slant Skis Part II

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    The Story of Slant Skis Part II – A Reddy Yeti Blog Post March 9, 2016 Thanks to our subscribers we had a ton of great questions to ask Josh, here is part II of our interview with him, hope you enjoy 🙂 What is something unique that no one knows about you, one of your […]

  4. The Story of Slant Skis Part I

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    The Story of Slant Skis Part I Slant Skis, Lake Tahoe A Reddy Yeti Blog Post March 7, 2016 Slant Skis was founded in 2007 by Josh Bennett in Truckee, California, in 2010 they moved to their factory near Tahoe City, California. They are located on the Truckee River in the Lake Tahoe basin, surrounded […]

  5. K2 is bringing back the Luv

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    The All-New OoolaLuv 85Ti Developed by women for women, we are excited to be bringing back the the Luv! The new Luv skis provide ladies with strength and stability, but also forgiveness and control thanks to the all-new channel light core technology. The staple ski in the new Luv line is the OoolaLuv 85ti. Created […]

  6. The Case for Renting Skis vs. The Case For Buying Skis?

    The arguments for and against buying skis are changing. Clearly, if  you live in or near a ski resort and doing a lot of skiing then buying skis makes sense from a purely financial point of view; equally if you only plan on skiing once year, then renting makes more sense. But what if you’re an […]

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