Monthly Archives: September 2015

  • Heading out of the resort and into the backcountry for the first time can be a daunting enough prospect for any snow lover or budding adventurist. Heading out for your first multiday touring mission that involves snow camping can be an even more daunting one. In this post I am going to let y...
  • Progressing in any Snow Sports activity usually means a few tumbles and falls, having the proper safety equipment takes an element of risk out of it. Giro have been a market leader in helmets for years, they invest in research so their products are continually growing and developing, so they...
  • The Micra II is small, stable four season tent that stands up to wind well. It features a unique two-pole design increasing headroom and keeping the groundsheet small. There are two side vents allowing maximum air circulation and the vents work together to reduce condensation. Great for one ...
  • It is the perfect time to be going backcountry skiing or splitboarding, The Simple Livers with the support of Rhythm Snow Sports are about to take advantage of that and venture out to Australia's backcountry for a month to explore the area, test out some products and share some tips on 'ho...
  • Ever been cosy in a sleeping bag and tried walking from your tent over to the campfire? Poler have kept in mind that people don’t just use sleeping bags for sleeping! Being able to wake up in the morning and walk around in your sleeping bag, keeping you nice and warm is a dream. 

  • Spring Skiing

    September 1, 2015

    Spring is here and it is the perfect time to venture off piste and experience something a little bit different. Skiing, boarding or even snow shoeing in the Australian Alpine region is a surreal experience. Whether you enjoy the Aussie snow gums and wildlife or just craving that untouched sn...

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