Packing my tiny backpack for a three-week late-autumn solo European adventure—one that would take me through big-city U-Bahn commutes, small-town outdoor festivals and a few Alpine hikes—was an exercise in minimalism.
Last Monday was the official start of spring, but we know there's still some winter yet to be shredded. ML staff and partners pick the latest jackets, lanterns, bindings, mugs and drysuits for winter-spring.
Built upon a shared desire to enjoy, respect, and advocate for Alberta’s incredible landscapes, it was a natural fit for Elements Outfitters to work with a local conservation organization to highlight the province’s rugged beauty and outdoor apparel to match.
As a backcountry skier in Ontario (and occasionally in Quebec and Vermont) I like to keep my terrain options open. I don't want to meet any terrain I can't tackle, whether it's flat and deep, treed and steep, or just plain gnarly.