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Baselayers Are Becoming Less Boring As Merino becomes synonymous with long underwear, a few smaller companies are challenging existing paradigms.  Corbeaux was launched by a husband-and-wife team who have spent over a decade living in baselayers as sponsored ski mountaineers, certain that they could make a next-to-skin layer that was better on your skin and …

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Authentic base layers created for and by real mountain town people.  Corbeaux, or “ravens” in French, is a word steeped in meaning and mythology for alpine cultures around the globe.  “It’s part of old mountaineering folklore, and ravens are a symbol of protection,” says Aspen-based Corbeaux Clothing cofounder Darcy Conover.  Click here to read the …

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When Aspen, Colorado-based freeskiers Adam Moszynski and Darcy Conover took their honeymoon in 2012, they didn’t laze around a beach.  They headed to Africa to climb Kilimanjaro, where they noticed the complete lack of appropriate gear and technical protective layers among the local mountain guides.  Click here to read the entire article (See page 44).

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They make rugged, stylish and sustainable performance clothing The mountains were calling, and these two East-Coasters couldn’t help but head for the hills and make Colorado home.  Adam Moszynski and Darcy Conover, both age 34, grew up less than 10 miles from each other but didn’t meet until 2005.  Click here to read the entire …

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Darcy Conover couldn’t find the ultimate base layer, so she ended up designing one herself. I’ve been testing her women’s piece for the past few months and can verify that it is indeed a stroke of genius. Darcy Conover envied her husband, Adam Moszynski, every time they skied together, but not for his skills.  Both are …

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You decided on Aspen or Ketchum in August, booked your lift tickets, and lessons in September, and decided to stay at the Limelight in October (yay).  Being a planner certainly pays off, especially when planning ski vacations!  Now that we’ve had a dusting of snow on the slopes, it’s time to start thinking about what …

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For Adam Moszynski ’00, it’s all about the chase.  Since leaving Gettysburg College in the fall of 2002, after two years without declaring a major, the Brunswick graduate has put the pedal to the metal.  Click here to read the entire article.

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In early summer, Aspen-based skiers TJ David and Adam Moszynski hightailed it from the Rockies to the Andes to ski some of Ecuador’s largest—and currently active—volcanoes.  In partnership with ASEGUIM, the country’s national guiding program, David and Moszynski took on high altitudes, uncompromising weather and sulfuric acid in their endless pursuit of winter.  Click here to …

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Skiing Base Layers

Knowing how to layer is vital to staying warm when skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and climbing.  And, it all starts with the layer you have closest to your skin.  For a long time outdoor enthusiasts had to choose between functionality and warmth or style and cool when selecting base layers.  No one figured out how to …

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It sure seems like it’s all glam and glitz, but don’t let this iconic ski town fool you. At first glance, Aspen doesn’t seem like it would pack that mean of a punch.  Young moms in yoga pants chauffeur toddlers in expensive-looking strollers, men in fur coats sip coffee, and the Prada store radiates in the …

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