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Most skiers have a ski boot horror story, myself included. It’s no secret that ski boots are not the most comfortable piece of equipment you’ll own, but they are arguably the most important part of your ski set up, second only to your skis, maybe
We Aussies are known for our surf culture, it’s our bread and butter. With so many options, choosing the best spot for your next paddle out isn’t easy. With a variety of heavy reef breaks, man-made point breaks, soft and locals, this is a roundup of the best Aussie beaches you’ll never forget.
To ensure you're locked and loaded to be the ultimate favourite friend, family member or thankful Christmas gift giver, we've compiled a list of the best gifts for surfers and outdoor enthusiasts.
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Despite the competitive rivalry between Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand certainly wins when it comes to their ski slopes. Boasting bigger mountains, better snowfall and more bang for your buck, your next winter getaway should unquestionably involve a trip across the Trans-Tasman to the picturesque mountains in New Zealand.
Whistler is one of those places in the world that’s existence is almost unfathomable because of its sheer beauty. And yet it does exist, and thankfully we get to experience it in all its glory. Rightfully, as North America’s largest resort, it is high up on the bucket list for any avid skier or snowboarder.
Whether you’re new at this, or a seasoned professional, there are plenty of places in every eastern state to jump behind the boat and get your adrenaline pumping. To ensure your summer is as good as it can get, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite places to water ski and wakeboard in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland
The Auski crew have created a bucket list of the best lakes and rivers in NSW that are a MUST VISIT for your next water adventure. From water babies to seasoned pros, these spots will be ones to enjoy!
Summer is fast approaching, and like our warm weather lovers and water sports enthusiasts, we're itching to get out of trackies and jumpers and adventure outside in Victoria.
Contrary to the old adage, when skiing or snowboarding, you absolutely can teach an old dog new tricks! There is nothing better than a holiday away in the mountain air, and it’s never too late to try something new on the snow.
Following a few simple rules at the end of each snow season makes for a happy start to the beginning of the next snow season. From tuning your equipment and storage to caring for your gear and packing tips, this complete guide to storing your ski and snowboard gear will make for a happy start to the beginning of the next snow season.
Staying warm on the hill is the key to making every day your best day. There are so many options out there for snow insulators these days. How are you supposed to know which is the right fit for you?
Never fear, generations of skiers and snowboarders have done the hard yards, so you don’t have to and luckily for you, we here at Auski love nothing more than sharing our experience with you.
Washing your snow clothing is a crucial step in preparing for the upcoming season. Using cleaning products specific to wet weather clothing will prolong the life and enhance the performance of your kit through maintenance of the Durable Water Repellency (DWR) coating - while using traditional household detergent is likely to strip your garment of this coating.