Cyber Sale Ends Today, DiscoverSnow, Icebreaker + Tommy Ford’s GS Win

Today is your last chance to take advantage of Cyber Week, with member pricing in the PSIA-AASI Catalog. You already receive great deals all year on your catalog purchases, but we're sweetening the deal with half-price ground shipping on ALL orders up to $99 and FREE shipping on orders subtotaling $100 or more.


The fine print: Half-price shipping is available on ALL online orders placed by 11:59 p.m. (MST) Monday, Dec. 9, 2019 at Orders subtotaling $100 or more will receive free FedEx Ground shipping within the contiguous United States. Alaska, Hawaii, and all APO/FPO orders qualify for the same discounts but will be shipped via USPS priority mail. Express shipping is available at standard rates. Not valid for international orders, special orders, or prior purchases. This offer is limited to stock on hand and is nontransferable and not redeemable for cash. Closeout items cannot be returned. Helps Promote Ski and Snowboard Instruction, a new website from the National Ski Areas Association, helps you introduce more guests to skiing and snowboarding. You can use the site to share news about learn-to deals, programs, and events for first-timers and beginners. Post your special deals on rental gear, lift tickets, and lessons on the site by visiting and fill out their form. NSAA will post the info on so guests can find discount packages. Remember, friends don’t teach friends to ski and snowboard! 

Icebreaker Announces Brand Ambassadors for 2019-2020 Season

PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Icebreaker announced its ‘Official Ambassadors’ for the 2019-2020 Season. These three ski and snowboard instructors will represent the brand this winter:


John Pohl

Snowboard Level III, Children’s Specialist 1, Freestyle Specialist 1

Heber City, Utah


Marcia Meirowitz

Alpine Level II, Snowboard Level I

Maplecrest, New York


Peter Novom

Examiner for PSIA-E, Alpine Level III, Snowboard Level I, Freestyle Specialist 2, Children’s Specialist 2

Ludlow, Vermont 

Tommy Ford Wins GS at Vail Birds of Prey

The 30-year-old Tommy Ford won his first World Cup race at Beaver Creek in Colorado on Sunday - the first American to win a Birds of Prey race since Ted Ligety in 2014. Ford, who hails from Bend, Oregon, is a nine-time national champion and has been skiing with Team USA since 2009. 

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