As a wise man once said, “the times they are a changing”. If you’ve been on the slope in the past two years you’ve noticed the increase in skiers and snowboarders wearing helmets. Some mountains even made ski helmets mandatory. Personally I’ve been back and forth between helmet and non-helmet for years, but the older I get the wiser I get to the benefits of wearing a helmet. Not only have helmets become safer over the years, they have actually become stylish, lighter and technologically savvy.
If you’re new to the sport or new to these head buckets of protection there are a few things that an experienced helmet ‘rocker’ can advise you on. Continue reading →
The Winter X Games 2013 marks the 17th year of this snowy action sports festival of greatness. Each year the competition gets more intense and the tricks get even bigger. Ever wonder how big the Winter X Games has gotten, or how much snowcone syrup, dirt, and zip ties it takes to pull off an event like this? Well, Krush did and the results are quite interesting. Check out the following infographic to get a behind-the-scenes look at what makes the X Games tick, and how many of your closest friends are watching, tweeting, and sharing right along with you. Continue reading →
Name: Jossi Wells D.O.B: 18/5/90 Age Started Skiing: 2 years old Home Mountain: Cardrona Alpine Resort Nickname(s): Jos Sponsors:Nike, Atomic, Monster, Oakley, Air New Zealand, Cardrona, Empire Attire, Mons Royal.
Krush: You walked away from Dew Tour Big Air with a 4th. Stoked on that or think you could have done better?Continue reading →
What is it that drives risk-takers to pursue dangerous situations willingly and repeatedly? Who are they and what makes them keep going back for more? Does this “addiction factor” contribute to the advancement of action sports as well? Krush takes you behind the scenes of Continue reading →