Skiing

  • Marker Recalls 2017-2018 Kingpin 10 and 13 Touring bindings toe parts   Hazard: The Pin in the toe part can break under rare circumstances. This can lead to reduced release/retention and can result in a fall hazard.   Recalled Produ...
  • Night Skiing

    July 27, 2017

    I went up to Perisher for night skiing on Tuesday night, first time ever even though I’ve grown up in the Snowy Mountains and skied my whole life. I was blown away by how much I liked it, what an incredible experience.   Everything looked different, you can see the lights of Peri...
  • Layering for the snow

    July 4, 2017

    Wearing the right layers underneath your ski or snowboard jacket will make the world of difference. There are two layering systems that we recommend here at Rhythm and they are the 3 layer which consists of a thermal, a mid layer and a jacket. Then there is the 4 layer system, which we recom...
  • If you have never been to the snow before there are a few things you can do to make your experience the best. Getting all the gear together can be overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be expensive or hard.   Say you’re going skiing for the first time, you don’t want to invest in a...
  • 2016 Rhythm Riders Wrap Up

    September 20, 2016

    This year the Rhythm Development Team have killed it. Between these 14 talented kids, they’ve achieved 33 1st places, been on podium 53 times and have shared more than 1,500 hours on snow this season.   From the beginning of the 2016 Australian Winter season we have welcomed to o...
  • There have been many technological advances in ski boots over the last decade but a new revolution is here, Apex ski boots are a game changer unlike anything else on the market. Co-founded in 2006 by some industry veterans the boots are selling across the globe including here at Rhythm S...
  • Jake, a backcountry enthusiast, has written a series of 4 portraits of people who are leaders in backcountry skiing. This is the first part the 4 part series.   It could be time to applaud the snow forecasters! El Nino has dissipated and the snow is here, in many ways i...
  • We thought we’d take Mother’s Day as an opportunity to celebrate the SNOW MUMS! Soccer mums are a thing of the past. Snow mums are very much used to early mornings, long days and all kinds of weather conditions. Spending hours trying to find the perfect snack to their fill pockets, the right...
  • Ski Boots: Which Flex is Best?

    February 25, 2016

    Flex ratings Flex ratings have increasingly become a major feature in the advertising and marketing of ski boots as well as in the categorisation of boots for the type of skier and level of performance required. There appears to be no standards for flex ratings ...
  • En-route to the landing point for a day of heli skiing, and passengers and crew alike are talking in raised tones, straining over the ‘thwack, thwack, thwack’ of the rotor blades above. Meanwhile, down below, the terrain stretches as far as the eye can see. Seemingly intent on stealing your ...
  • Product of the week: MARKER KINGPIN BINDING For six decades Marker has been a leader in innovation and safety within skiing. Hannes Marker presented the world's first safety release binding back in 1952. In the 1970s his M series, with automatic heel release, revolutionised bindings. ...
  • Airhole: Balaclava When people dress for cold weather, the face often remains exposed.  Surprisingly when your face drops in temperature it can affect the blood circulation in your fingers and toes. If whole-body insulation is inadequate, thermal face protection becomes more important...

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