We are enthusiastic about our products. We test our products in the harshest of conditions from the extreme Finnish winters to torching 24h daylight summers.
What is Skinbased skiing? Choosing your Skinbased adventure
So what actually is Skinbased skiing? Simply put, it is cross-country skiing off the tracks. Just put the skis on and see where they take you. For a more specific definition, we must consider the objective, terrain, and style of skiing involved. Below we have listed some of the more common experiences to be had on Skinbased skis. Through experimentation, you will determine your own favorite way to enjoy the wonderful winter! We hope that the ideas and examples below will help you make the most of your time on skis this season.
Choosing the Optimal Shoe for Your Skinbased Adventures
We receive a lot of questions about what is the best footwear to use with our EA Universal Bindings. The answer? It depends! This week, we share our knowledge and expertise on the subject by discussing the different factors that can affect your footwear choice. Choosing the optimal shoe for your Skinbased adventures is determined by three main variables: the terrain, your skiing skills, and the temperature.
Skinbased Trekking With a Sled or Pulka
Who wants to go trekking with a sled or pulk this winter? Sleds and pulkas are a great way to travel with your gear over snow-covered terrain. You also don't have to be an Arctic explorer to see and feel the benefits of using them. Even weekend trips in the winter can be an appropriate time to use a sled or pulk, but the longer your trip is, the more a necessity it becomes.
Skinbased Skishoeing Through the Drifts and Powder
At Skinbased, our desire to create and produce skis stems directly from our passion for Nordic backcountry skiing. While still our first love, in recent years we have developed a deep affinity for a second winter activity; the relatively new sport of skishoeing!
What to Bring on Your First Skinbased Ski Outing
There is nothing quite as exhilarating as the feeling of the world passing under your feet as you effortlessly slide over frozen precipitation on your Skinbased skis. Snow, and the ability to move over it, can make even familiar terrain exciting and new again. If you have the desire to get out and experience your surroundings in their altered, winter state, but are not sure what gear and equipment you will need (or simply would like a review), then we invite you to read on.