This month we are featuring Ethan Seigwart from Petoskey Michigan. In addition to high school ski racing, he is also a U19 with the Boyne Flyers Team Elite.
There are so many dads out there that have had a profound impact on ski racing. Whether you are a coach or a parent on the side of the hill, we know it takes a lot of work to foster this sport we all love. Thanks for doing what you do, ski racing dad. Happy Father’s Day!
This summer you can find Arctica at Mt Hood at the Fuxi Racing Govi 1 Stop Shop. Franz Fuchsberger has moved all operations from Copper Mountain to Mt Hood until Labor Day weekend. His fully stocked race gear shop is all set up in the gas station next to the Mt Hood Brewery. While he doesn’t stock […]
This past May at the USSA Congress, the Alpine Sport Committee revised last years ski length regulations affecting U19 and older ski racers. For 2017, they adopted new USSA equipment rules that will be more inclusive to all.
Fifteen year old, Anastasia Seator-Braun has dedicated her life to training and ski racing. She aspires to race on the World Cup circuit and go to the Olympics someday. Originally from New Zealand, but living in the US, Anastasia has the unique opportunity to train and race in both countries.
In your ongoing quest to make ski racing as affordable as possible I am sure you have wondered when the best time to buy ski racing gear is. Just like purchasing airline tickets, there is no single hard and fast rule to get the best deal.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the ski racing moms out there. Thanks for being a driving force in the sport of ski racing. We couldn’t do it without you.
Now that the ski season has ended, it’s time to wash your ski gear and put it away until next winter. Technical performance apparel like ski wear, requires proper laundering to keep it performing best. Sport specific fabrics should be treated with extra care in order to help maintain their integrity and functionality.
Manufacturers formulate proprietary insulation to be very similar to the brand name products like Thinsulate™, Primaloft®, and Polartec®, without the big brand name cost. Arctica has three proprietary synthetic high performance insulations. They are called Heat 40, Heat 80 and Heat 100. Here’s a little more information about our proprietary insulation to help you decide what is best for your needs.
Performance fabrics are very technical and product information labels can be super confusing. Here’s a glossary of terms for Arctica fabrics to help you better understand our products and how they can best suit you.
Ever wonder where all those product photos on the Arctica website come from? We spend countless hours each year in professional photo shoots. Here’s a look behind the scenes at a professional photo shoot for our Arctica Speed Suits.
There’s no denying it. Ski racing is expensive. Especially when your kids are growing like weeds. To save money you have been handing down gear for years. Until Arctica came along, there wasn’t any alternative. Now, you CAN buy new ski racing apparel.