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Line Skis '12 Season Calendar By Ape Man
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Introducing the Line Skis 2012 / 2013 Ski Season Calendar! All your favorite Line Mountain Command team athletes doing what they do best all year long! Purchase today, hang on your wall, and wait for... More > the snow to start falling then mark off your ski days!< Less
Line Skis '2013/14 Ski Season Calendar By Ape Man
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The Line Skis Calendar is back again for another winter! Check out the hot skiing action from your favorite pros all winter long, plus you will always know what day it is and maybe learn a few more... More > birthdays and obscure holidays. Enjoy!< Less
Business and the art of ski By Amber Hayes
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Business and the art of ski. A fusion of 2 great adventure sports skiing and starting up a business. Tackling elements like confidence, vision and seeking out your niche (whether a fresh line of... More > powder in the trees or a market space waiting to be tapped) the book offers both stunning photos and useful insights. Inspiring images from some of the worlds best photographers embody the passion and adrenaline that can make or break success. Perfect gift for the business owner and/ or skier or to enjoy yourself. The book is a gloss cover, saddleback spine and slightly glossed pages thatshow off the images nicely. Video of book at www.liftbusinesscoaching.com< Less
Line 2014/2015 Calendar By Josh Malczyk
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The Line 14/15 12 Month Ski Calendar is here! All your favorite Line Skis pros in action photos from around the globe!
Powder Tripping By TJ Tiegen
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Follow TJ Tiegen on the powder skiing road trip of a lifetime. Living out of the back of a truck, he skis and experiences ski town life at Snowbird, Powder Mountain, Jackson Hole, Whitefish, Big... More > Mountain, Powder Mountain, Steamboat, Arapahoe Basin, and more. "It's the summer of 2005 when the idea for this originally hatched. After ending a long relationship, it was time for me to embark on a ski trip of epic proportions. I dreamed of a trip that would allow me to set my mind straight, meet new people, ski some of the best powder I could find, and grow in the mean time. The winter in Colorado was damn near epic, with the most powder days I've had in a season since moving here. More bonds made with skiers and boarders than I can count. It was a winter I will never forget, the sweet lines, the deep stashes, and of course, the safety meetings! I couldn't have asked for a better winter!" -TJ Tiegen< Less
Gliding Arc Step By James Adams
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SKIERS-Learn what has been holding you back from becoming an accomplished skier. Book includes methodology to help you become the skier you always wanted to be. IN-LINE SKATERS-Understand the... More > mechanics you need to descend inclines. Includes methodology for learning to descend inclines.< Less
Life in the Mountain Troops... is just one damn ridge after another* By Compiled by Claude Lewenz
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Found in his deceased father’s papers in the basement: 25 pages of yellowing onion skin paper, a typewritten narrative written by his father’s army buddy, Gene Durand, covering front... More > lines duty as a mortar squad in the 10th Mountain Division (the ski troops) World War II Italian Campaign from landing in Naples on December 23, 1944 to the Nazi surrender on April 28, 1945. A good writer, squad leader Sgt. Durand captured the feeling of the war as an eyewitness. Sixty years later, when that 10th Mountain descendent suggested to his daughter that she use it for a school paper, he cross-checked it with the official history of the unit. Amusing to read the difference between official spin and what really happened... see the back cover for the story * For the title source, see page 29< Less
Life in the Mountain Troops... is just one damn ridge after another* By Compiled by Claude Lewenz
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Found in his deceased father’s papers in the basement: 25 pages of yellowing onion skin paper, a typewritten narrative written by his father’s army buddy, Gene Durand, covering front... More > lines duty as a mortar squad in the 10th Mountain Division (the ski troops) World War II Italian Campaign from landing in Naples on December 23, 1944 to the Nazi surrender on April 28, 1945. A good writer, squad leader Sgt. Durand captured the feeling of the war as an eyewitness. Sixty years later, when that 10th Mountain descendent suggested to his daughter that she use it for a school paper, he cross-checked it with the official history of the unit. Amusing to read the difference between official spin and what really happened... see the back cover for the story * For the title source, see page 29< Less
Coil By David Koehn
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"In David Koehn's well-titled book Coil, the words, the lines, the sentences coil around their subject matter, coiling sensually, teasing out the suject's resonances and desires, and coiling... More > like a wrestler, determined not to let the subject go until it reveals its meaning. These fine, rich poems grapple honestly with a complex world, and make love with it at the same time. It is a difficult feat to accomplish, and David Koehn does it with style." Andrew Hudgins “David Koehn’s Coil is an impressive debut. His language is packed with intense music of the heart. In streams, on skis, in bars, Koehn knows his landscapes, and his people, and he writes about them with poise, authority, and heart.” Jim Daniels < Less
Coil By David Koehn
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"In David Koehn's well-titled book Coil, the words, the lines, the sentences coil around their subject matter, coiling sensually, teasing out the suject's resonances and desires, and coiling... More > like a wrestler, determined not to let the subject go until it reveals its meaning. These fine, rich poems grapple honestly with a complex world, and make love with it at the same time. It is a difficult feat to accomplish, and David Koehn does it with style." Andrew Hudgins “David Koehn’s Coil is an impressive debut. His language is packed with intense music of the heart. In streams, on skis, in bars, Koehn knows his landscapes, and his people, and he writes about them with poise, authority, and heart.” Jim Daniels< Less

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