Skis once served the single, simple purpose of sliding on snow.
While veneration is duly accorded to Ferrari and Lamborghini for their iconic, candy-colored beasts, another Italian marque can claim a si
Standing on the bow of a flat skiff a few yards from North Monomoy Island off of Cape Cod, Ken Abrames makes a kind of whipping motion wit
The unmarked, tan-colored brick building housing Athletes’ Performance, a $10 million high-tech fitness center that opened last year, blen
The designs for some of the latest winter sports equipment reflect an eclectic array of influences—from NASA, to New Age, to surfers.
There are two kinds of fly-fishing, a saltwater guide once told me: bonefishing and everything else.
The roads of late winter, battered for months by snow, sleet, and ice, devolve into a patchwork of glacial potholes and mountainous frost
While skis may be the most traditional means of descending the slopes, there is nothing traditional about these models, which incorporate
Behind the dusty windows of a tiny storefront, Allen Trepel and his son Keith hover over Paul Livornese like surgeons, eyeing him intently
The ceiling of dense, blue sea ice above us covers water that is a bone-chilling 28 degrees, and the end of the 60-foot yellow rope that c