Skier Knee Injuries – Part 3: If you are injured.

Despite our best prevention efforts discussed in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, sometimes injury is unavailable. We know if a skier is injured, more than 40% of the time it is a knee that is involved. You injure your knee on the slopes – now what? Situation and Safety.  Regain your composure…

Preventing Skier Knee Injuries, Part 2: On The Hill.

You arrive prepared and excited to ski, with well serviced bindings, appropriate skis, decent fitness and a stylish helmet, as we discussed in Part 1. Now that you are on the hill, how can you minimize injury risk while maximizing fun? Lessons. If you are a beginner skier, seeking to get on more challenging terrain,…

Ski boot fitting

After spending last season in Florida and with early indications of a good snow year in the San Juans I decided it was time to upgrade my well seasoned AT boots (original Technica cochise 130s, now on their second liner) with hope of reducing their 4 pound, 6 oz per boot weight. I have had…