Just like any high quality leather glove or mitten, with proper use and care your Arctica Goat Leather Race Gloves and Mitts should last a long time. Keep in mind, gloves rarely get damaged while skiing. Usually, the edges of skis and boot buckles are the cause of damage to your gloves. So first and […]
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Tired of paying a small fortune for race gloves and having frozen fingers after every run?
Introducing the Arctica Goat Leather Race Gloves and Mitts. They are warm, durable and dry and at $100 are far less expensive than anything else on the market of equivalent quality.
The Arctica 50/50 Pants are back by popular demand and we’ve color coordinated this fun and funky pant for ski racers to match the best Briko Helmets.
It’s that time of year again, time for the annual ski swaps. Here’s a comprehensive list of 2017 ski swap dates and locations. Please be sure to visit the swap website and/or contact the organizers to confirm details before you drive great distances to one of these ski swaps.
You asked. We listened. Arctica continues to revolutionize ski racing with new race gloves and mitts that are everything you’ve always wanted. Warm, durable, dry, comfortable and good looking. All for $100.
The Arctica race suit is unmatched in quality, performance and value. If you don’t have an Arctica race suit yet, now is the time. Here are our top 5 reasons why everyone should be wearing an Arctica Raceflex GS Speed Suit.
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.
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.
With so many down jackets on the market, how do you determine which is the best down jacket for ski racers to wear? Not all down jackets are created equal: Down fill power explained.
The Arctica Race Cape and Warm Up Coat are the best protection from the elements for ski racers while racing and training. It’s not easy to keep warm when standing in line for your start. You can’t wear a jacket and pants over your speed suit in the line up. Even though full side zip pants […]
Rodgers Ski & Sport is a family owned ski shop in Lincoln, New Hampshire with something for everyone. If there is one phrase that sums up this ski shop it’s “brand diversity”. Not only do they have the largest inventory of recreational skis in the business. They have the largest race department in all of […]