From the foothills of Connecticut, to the mountains of Utah. It was an exodus that changed my life forever. 15 years later, my passion for the mountains has grown into a complete lifestyle. In the winter time, my days and nights are spent exploring the mountains in search of deep powder. During the summer months, I explore wild rivers in search of beautiful trout. Whether I'm skiing, climbing, or fishing, the goal is the same. Enjoy the natural wealth and beauty of wild places for as long as I can.
My camera is always by my side. It helps me document the places I go and things I do. One day when I'm old and immobile, I will be grateful that I lugged that heavy thing everywhere I went!
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Another new offering from Armada. The KUFO's are very similar to the TST, very similar. The main differences, which I like a lot, are the cut off tail, and lighter weight. The tail holds a skin clip much easier, and allows you to anchor the ski into the slope. These are Awesome touring skis. With Tech bindings, they are fantastic and light. I just love them.
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A very cool looking, bomber 3L gore-tex shell. It has a soft backed lining so it's a little more cozy than your typical shell jacket. The fit is a little bit longer as well, which is nice because most 3L shell jackets are much too short.
JP helped design and propel some of the most iconic twin tip skis in the history of man kind. The Teneighty, and the JJ. His new skis have no twin tips, signaling his transformation into a new kind of skier. And now, Armada has a great tool for ski mountaineering, thanks to JP.
The TST is a great candidate for the one ski quiver. I've found myself taking the TST's whenever I'm not sure what kind of conditions I will face, because I know they will handle everything. I have toured extensively on these in the past, and with some tech bindings they make for a nice, light setup. I'm a big fan!
A new offering from Armada, the Invictus fits right in as a more traditional all mountain ski. Maneuverable yet stable, these things carve like a dream.
A stiff, directional, very capable big mountain ski from Armada. I love the Norwalks for their ability to lock into a big high speed turn, and stomp the biggest airs you can take without wheelie'n out like you sometimes do on fully rockered skis. They go fast, so you better be strong enough to handle them, or they will handle you. A good choice for hard charging all mountain skiers.