We are excited to offer a brand new and expanded touring rental program, with 18 pairs of AT skis this season and 5 splitboards.
We are hoping to have our rental fleet in before the New Year, but our skin tracks may not be ready until January. It is recommended to make AT reservations in advance, though you may find stock available to rent for walk-ins.
All skis are paired with Montana skins and adjustable telescoping safety poles by Rossignol. All AT ski rentals will have the Look HM Rotation 10 demo binding. This is a lightweight, yet robust touring binding that will translate nicely between groomers and backcountry tours. The frameless design weighs only 1440 grams / pair, allows a more natural ski flex for enhanced downhill performance, and features a pivoting pin-tech toe piece for increased elasticity, offering skiers more confident retention and reduced pre-release.
Blizzard Zero G 85
At 85mm underfoot, the ZeroG 85 is your weapon of choice for long days on the skin track and early morning uphill workouts alike. While remaining narrow and light for crushing vert, an updated iteration of Blizzard’s proven Carbon Drive technology in version 3.0 provides for a more consistent, stable feel on the descent. So whether you’re high in the alpine chasing consequential lines or just trying to stay fit and have fun, you can count on the Zero G 85 to rise to every occasion, just as you do.
Blizzard Zero G 95
The ZeroG 95 was the ski of choice for ski mountaineers Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison to conquer their epic, first descent on the world’s highest, biggest line—the Lhotse Couloir on 27,940-foot Lhotse peak in Nepal’s Himalayas. The Zero G 95 gave them the performance they needed to get down safely—not to mention the high-altitude pow turns they scored! An ultra-lightweight paulownia wood core paired with updated iteration of Blizzard’s proven Carbon Drive technology in version 3.0 provides for efficiency on the skin track and a more consistent, stable feel on the descent. Your backcountry adventure may be closer to home, but you can still reap the benefits of Austrian engineering that delivers the best downhill performance for the weight.
Blizzard Hustle 9
A proud sponsor of pocket bacon and backpack treks, the Hustle 9 is built for the backcountry skiers who are out there for one reason alone: To have as much fun as possible. Built off our tried-and-true freeride-oriented profile with a waist width that gets wider as the ski gets longer, and powered by an all new lightweight TrueBlend Free wood core, Hustle 9 is light on the ups yet packs all the gas you’re looking for when it’s time for the fun part. Whether you’re bagging vert before the sun rises or farming pow until it sets, Hustle 9 is built to work as hard as you do and guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Light enough to tour on every day, and strong enough to shred the areas in between, the Armada Tracer 98 Skis are one of the best choices going for a do-it-all quiver ski with a backcountry focus. Armada starts with their lightest Caruba wood core, adds a bit more fiberglass than the OG version, and finishes it off with a lightweight 1.7mm edge and their Comp Series sintered base. Mount this up with a hybrid binding like the Shift or a pure tech binding for less weight, and watch the sparks fly.