From road trips and other stoke-inducing Skinbased ski outings, to technique pointers and the occasional deep dive into ski design, our blogs have something for everyone. Pick a post that gets you excited and read on!
Upgrades, Repairs, and What to Keep in Your Skinbased Repair Kit
Are you preparing for a longer Skinbased journey this winter season? Want to make upgrades or replace parts on your existing OAC products? In addition to building extremely durable skin skis and bindings, we offer a wide range of add-on and spare parts that can help to keep your equipment on the snow as long as possible.
Tips for Choosing the Right Skinbased Ski
Skinbased’s newest ski line is now better than ever. To help you choose which model is best for your own, unique Skinbased style, we have compared our products below, highlighting their differences and the situations where each perform at their best.
Boots and Bindings: The tools that connect you to your Skinbased skis
You read the reviews, watched the product videos, and carefully selected just the right Skinbased ski to match your needs. You have your collection of Skinbased quick waxes on-hand, ready to perform any necessary maintenance that may arise. Yet, while important, your skis are just one part of the equipment equation. Boots and bindings also play a substantial role in your Skinbased skiing experience. In this article we give recognition to both bindings and footwear, those two other critical pieces of equipment, and discuss what you should know about them so they perform at their best.
How to Properly Feed and Care for Your Skinbased Skis
Durable and dependable, your Skinbased skis are built to provide season-after-season of exploring, adventuring, and memory-making. In return for all the fun times, your skis might occasionally ask for a bit of maintenance to ensure optimal performance. Read on to learn how you can best care for your skis and keep them in tip-top shape.
How to Repair a Tear in Your Skinbased Climbing Skin
This blog post walks through the necessary steps to fix and repair a torn Skinbased™ skin. While possible, a field repair is rather complicated, so we recommend performing this bit of maintenance at home. However, if required, it is possible to make a quick fix by using super glue.