Erik Roner

Erik Roner

Im all over the map...and Im not sure of my coordinates

Erik Roner's Bio

I grew up playing all different types of sports but nothing grabbed me like skiing. For most my life it has been my number one priority. I go to sleep thinking about skiing and I wake up thinking about skiing. The unknown of the mountains is what I thrive on…the unpredictability and the freedom of making choices keep me out there every day year after year. Each rider sees things differently and has the choice to act upon those unique views and ideas. There is no better feeling than flying down the mountain with the wind in your face! In that moment nothing else matters….

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Erik Roner

Erik Roner wrote a review of on February 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer



Scott has stepped up the lens changing game. These goggles have a great peripheral and you can change out your lenses in seconds. They breathe well and don't fog up on you...it also doesn't hurt that they look good too!

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Erik Roner wrote a review of on April 25, 2011

5 5

The Blaster is a great ski boot as well as backcountry boot. It will charge hard on the mountain like all Lange boots but has the ability to hinge freely so you can hike and have more free movement in the boot. It is the best transition boot on the market. If you are looking for more performance than most backcounty touring boots this is the one for you!

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Erik Roner wrote a review of on November 1, 2010

4 5

This is one bad ass watch. And it is big so if you have a little arm I would suggest somethig else. The 51-30 has all the bells and whistles for a true waterman and it will be noticed when your wearing it around on the town. They are tough and very comfortable...if you're an adventurer try one out.

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Erik Roner wrote a review of on October 25, 2010

5 5

Morrison has come up with a great design here. You can keep your fingers warm by keeping 3 of them together and you're still able to use your thumb and index finger unlike a mitten. Like all Hestra gloves they are well built and very durable. Im sure you will see more of this unique and extremely functional design more in the future. Well done Seth.

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