- MTNApproach Ambassador at Williams Peak Yurt | May 2013
- MTNApproach | Blister Gear Review by Jed Doane
- Danny Davis Getting Late Season Laps with MTNApproach
- Cory Smith explains the benefits of the MTNApproach System vs. a Splitboard in the Backcountry
- MTNApproach Ambassador ‘Keeps it Together’ in Alaska
Category Archives: Gear Reviews
Jed Doane spent the winter snowboarding and testing MTNApproach in the mountains of Southern Colorado. Here is an excerpt from his review on Blister Gear Reviews: “The MTN Approach System solves a few fundamental issues with backcountry riding: first, it … Continue reading
Danny Davis recently got some corn laps in Tahoe area | Regram from @johnjamun
Watch as Cory Smith describe the perks of using the MTNApproach System vs. a splitboard during the SIA 2013 Tradeshow in Denver. Keep it together people.
We’re giving away one of our custom wooden iPhone 5 cases, all you have to do is friend us on Facebook and comment “Keep it Together” on our most recent #winitwednesday post. Winner picked on Friday. Here is a link … Continue reading
The editors of MensJournal.com have selected the MTNApproach System as MJ Approved. “During one month of testing in and around Mammoth Lakes, California, the System proved to be fast and fierce ascenders.. In short: The MTNApproach System is one of the … Continue reading
MTNapproach ad in Snowboarder Mag Winter 2013
We Out Here. The MTNApproach system will get you where you want to go this winter.
Thank you Backcountry.com for featuring us as one of your Treeline Project brands: “The first backcountry touring brand for snowboarders out of Ketchum, Idaho, USA.” The Treeline Project is dedicated to spotlighting the designers and craftsmen whose passion evolves the … Continue reading
Mountain Outlaw Magazine features our Backcountry Snowboard Touring System in their Backcountry Gear Review section. “We were sick of riding Splitboards.”
The MTNApproach Deep Winter Kit washed ashore in Transworld Snowboarding January 2013 issue. The Deep winter kit includes everything you need for backcountry snowboarding: approach skis with built-in skins, custom backpack, carbon fiber collapsible poles, aluminum shovel, and avalanche probe. … Continue reading