GEAR:30 is the podcast from BLISTER that dives deep into the details of the most interesting and innovative outdoor gear. You'll hear BLISTER reviewers discuss the gear they're testing, as well as product designers, professional athletes, and some of the gear-obsessed folks from our recommended shops weigh in on gear trends and the equipment they’ve been most impressed with. If you love outdoor gear, you're going to love this podcast. more
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Ok, you know the drill. Which ski company is most similar to which bike company? What’s the latest incendiary thing that will come out of Dylan Wood’s mouth? This final installment of our 4th edition of Bikes vs Skis is definitely another fun one. more
At Blister Summit 2023, we brought together Hoji (Dynafit), Lars Chickering-Ayers (CAST Touring), and Giray Dadali (Daymaker Touring) for an extremely interesting and important discussion on the past, present, and future of ski bindings. We get their... more
Which bike company and which ski company is currently holding the ‘Cool Kids Belt’? Which brand do other companies secretly wish they could trade places with? We debate these questions and more in our latest edition of Bikes vs. Skis. Check it out, a... more
I can’t believe that Jeff said “boot manufacturers don’t consider leg and foot morphology when they design a liner” (at 9:42). What a stupid statement. They have to consider morphology in more carefully then designing a Zipfit because of the fact that the cork in a Zipfit will conform to just about any shaped foot/ lower leg. I’ve been fitting ski boots for more then 40 years and selling Zipfits for over 20 years. (We are the 3rd largest Zipfit in the US and we a city shop) As evidence to this f... more
Originally posted this as a review on the Blister podcast, but thought Jonathan might disqualify it in a blatant attempt at election interference in order to avoid getting on a snowboard. So one review closer to 750…. more
Nice Frost reference! It made that episode my favorite podcast ever!
When I saw the episodes about bootfitting I was excited because I had horrible fitting boots for years. So, like I listened to the first two episodes with Kara and Sam and I have to say it was totally great. Like totally. Like they gave out like a lot of super impor-ant information and it was like hard to describe how like totally informing it was. I like learned a lot of like totally impor-ant things that I've never known about bootfitting so it was totally worth my time. I mean totally worth i... more
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GEAR:30 launched 6 years ago and published 248 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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