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Welcome to our new and improved site. Here, you can interact with other racers on the forum, post your own photos and stories, and read the latest news on racing, skiing, resorts, family activities, and gear. Log in to join the conversation.

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You might have noticed that our site has changed. We've added a new and improved forum, a photo section where you can share your own photos, and ski tips, travel ideas, and more to keep your racing improving. To be a part of the community you'll need to register and create an account. We encourage all NASTAR members to use their NASTAR Registration Number and password when they create their NASTAR community log in to simplify their experience.

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    Whether it be snow stashes or the best gear, our athletes know what's good and where to find it.
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    Different skis are good for different people, but every year there are always some that everyone seems to be obsessed with. Here are the most popular skis of the season, the one's you've been googling, stalking on Steep and Cheap, and raving about. And, to stoke the fires, the one ski coming out next year that's already creating major buzz.
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    SkiMag.com
    Powder days are precious. Treat them— and yourself—with the gear they deserve. From specialized skis that will change your life to a beacon and pack that might save it, here’s what you need to surf the deep.
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    SkiingMag.com
    Whether you're schlepping gear for an all-day tour, or loading up on layers and snacks for an inbounds day, the right pack is important. Here are some of our favorites, from small sidecountry packs to huge haul bags.
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    SkiMag.com
    January and February often call for the coldest temps. Answer back with one of these insulated puffies, and you’ll never complain about the cold again.
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    SkiingMag.com
    When my touring buddies shoot condescending remarks about my inefficient freeheel tendencies, I pretend to acquiesce. I stroke their fragile alpine egos with my agreeance. I might be slower on the skin track and not as aggressive on the descent, but I’m in no hurry to convert to their Dynafited or Fritschied ways. I love tele in all its quasi-soulful, hippy glory. Then Twenty-Two Designs released the AXL, a rugged tele binding with a free pivot mode for touring, and while I failed to silence my...
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    SkiMag.com
    By athletes, for athletes. In the sporting goods business, no phrase carries more cred than “athlete designed.” The pros know best, and when they help develop new products, the results are usually good. Case in point: Utah-based OGIO’s Layover, which is an ideal ski trip carry-on. Its external pockets hold goggles, socks, base layers and other accessories, and the main compartment is roomy enough for your boots, jacket and pants. Bonus: Patterned fabrics make it easy to spot on the...
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    SkiMag.com
    It’s a ski slope, not a runway. If you want to look like a serious skier, start by dressing like one.
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    SkiMag.com
    When it comes to ski bags, wheeled duffles rule. With rugged wheels, telescoping handles and expandable compartments, rolling duffles can accommodate your ski boots, ski clothes and après duds, often with room to spare. These bags will help you organize it all.
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    SkiMag.com
    Goggles that display your speed? Skis that talk to you? A vest insulated with argon gas? These are the best gifts for the technology geek in your life.
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