Snowboarding RSS

Biking, Camping, Hiking, Ice Climbing, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Water Sports -

I have heard far too many stories about sketchy exchanges on online marketplaces. Back when I was little, everyone that used online classifieds was a con artist or a cold-blooded murderer. The stories our moms tell us. That’s why it’s important to know how to sell safely online as a woman. At Rerouted we’ve spent some time thinking about what it would take to make selling used gear online feel safe.There are many dangers in the world that we have to fear as women. We should be able to choose used & make money from our loved equipment without having...

Read more

Biking, Camping, Hiking, Ice Climbing, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Water Sports -

How to get down, scrub deep, and finally clean out that musty old garage. Our ultimate guide to cleaning out your garage this spring. Looking to make some extra cash? While cleaning out your junk, you can use the Rerouted app to get some extra funds this spring.

Read more

Skiing, Snowboarding -

It’s been said that if you don’t know what a gaper is, you may be one.  Gapers, also called Jerries and gorbs, among others, are skiers and snowboarders whose technique, etiquette, and/or basic sense come into question on the mountain.  Guaranteed Accident Prone on Every Run, G.A.P.E.R.s can sometimes be spotted with visual clues like a wide gap (the “gaper gap” or “gorby gap”) between their goggles and helmet, or behavioral ones, like the signature bolt-upright ski poles and racing crouch posture of the “Texas Tuck.” Gapers are an inextricable and essential part of the snow sport life, whether we...

Read more

Skiing, Snowboarding -

If you’re looking for all-weather outdoor layering advice, we’ve already got you covered. But there are some conditions where some specific tips may be helpful, like if you’re heading out for a day of skiing in falling snow, or if you’re an Emperor penguin safeguarding your one precious egg while your partner forages at sea.  Tip #1 Layer with Purpose People and penguins need layers to protect themselves from the wet, the cold, and the overheating that can occur from protecting themselves from the wet and cold. Your layers should work together to keep you warm and dry, while also...

Read more

Snowboarding -

It’s tough getting through another shift at work knowing the mountain is waiting. I spend 8 hours a day on the line at the internet factory, poking at queries that have been clogging up the tubes like tourists on the chair lift.  A lot of the questions that come down the conveyer belt are the same, so I thought I would share a conversation from my totally real and not at all fake friends Quentin and Andrea. Hopefully, this will lighten load and get me out on the slopes that much faster. Please feel free to skip to your question of interest...

Read more