With our crazy sketchy snowpack in the Intermountain Rockies, it is an appropriate time to bring out The Four Questions and Risk Assessment.
You see them on the mountain. They move like silk in the wind. They are The Good Skiers and you may not immediately identify the tangible element that they possess besides their inexplicable grace.
Point6 offers heights and cushion levels to suit any activity and conditions you're in. Variety is the spice of life, and allows you to find maximum comfort in all you do, however, it can be daunting to parse through. We've created this guide to answer and cushioning questions you may have.
"At the end of the day, you’re competing to win and you have to go into a competition with that mindset. But unless you are passionate about the process of being an athlete and preparing to perform at your best, you won’t be able to sustain the work needed to put yourself in position to win."
Why are they The Best Socks Of Your Life?
It's a commitment to making the best socks on Earth - All day, every day - and we make it. From sourcing our merino wool from New Zealand, because it's where happy Merino Sheep live, to processing our wool without chlorine, because it's the right thing to do.
Does confidence create results? Or do results create confidence?
This isn't so black and white for me. Confidence is a work in progress and it doesn't always show up when you would like for it to.
Point6 production manager Ryan Connelly the past couple of weekends has had a blast playing in and Teton pass from Wilson, Wyo. and visiting one of Colorado's many awesome mountain huts on Cameron Pass, and he wanted to share some sweet photos with us all! Thanks Ryan!
Obstacle Course Racing is the fastest growing sport in the U.S. gaining more and more momentum and growth as we move into 2018! As a multitude of new racers enter the sport, they want to know the best ways to train, what to eat and what to wear during training and racing.
Heather "Anish" Anderson completed her second thruhike of the Continental Divide Trail, this time making her only the 2nd woman to ever take a Triple Crown title.
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