Chairlift Chats: The best moments of Tom Wallisch’s career?

Posted on May 9, 2018 by Warner

The spring and summer will bring fewer chairlift chats, but we are excited to share this one with X-Games Champion, Tom Wallisch, explaining his favorite moments as a professional freeskier.

Wallisch also talks about how retirement just means he’s skiing a lot more powder than rails and he is enjoying his work as a commentator for big events like X-Games.

Make sure to check out this chat with a great guy!
Check it out!


Chairlift Chats: What does Florian Land Think About Editing Videos?

Posted on April 19, 2018 by Warner

This week’s chairlift chat is with Florian Land a 27-year-old video editor and creator. He first found stardom from doing a compilation video for Jon Olsson and since then he has been focusing on making videos as much as possible.

Florian gives great advice on how to think about putting together a video, the importance of watching your videos after making them, and how vital it is to keep practicing and making more content.


Chairlift Chats: Warner Nickerson Explains his new Vlogging Adventure

Posted on April 12, 2018 by Warner


Hope you are having a fantastic spring!

This week’s chairlift chat is with Warner Nickerson discussing his new video blog or vlog.  During a trip to Japan with fellow world-class skier, Jon Olsson, Warner started making daily videos.    Now he’s up to 43 videos in two months and going strong with great support from the YouTube community with over 37,000 subscribers.

Check out this chairlift chat to learn more about Warner’s new vlogging adventure and struggles making 3-7 videos per day.


Chairlift Chats: Is there Backcountry Skiing in the East?

Posted on April 5, 2018 by Warner

This week’s chairlift chat is with Andrew Drummond discussing his passion to bring backcountry skiing to the east coast. Ski The Whites is his backcountry retail, rental, brand, media, and lifestyle company.

Andrew and his longtime girlfriend Hilary McCloy, former U.S. Ski Team member, physical therapist, and co-founder of Backcountry Bliss, just love the outdoors and skiing.

During this chat we discuss Friday Night Lights their weekly backcountry event which brings together like-minded people in New England for an evening of backcountry skiing at Black Mountain in Jackson, NH.

This chat takes place on our way to ski Tuckerman’s Ravine.



Chairlift Chats: What is the best ski camera?

Posted on March 29, 2018 by Warner

Hope you’re enjoying some spring skiing!

This week’s chairlift chat is with Chris Winter a well-known YouTube camera tester and reviewer with almost 27 million video views.

He brilliantly explains the differences between GoPro Hero versions and why you need the GoPro Hero 5 or Hero 6.

Check out this Chairlift Chat to understand exactly why.

Hope you enjoy.






Dodge Ski Boots are the perfect wedding shoe!

Posted on March 28, 2018 by Bill

We love getting photos from members of the #DodgeBootFamily. Most are great skiing shots with proud Dodge Ski Boot users. But, long-time #DodgeBootFamily member JEFF CRAIG takes the prize for the most unique photos of his Dodge Ski Boots.

Seems like Jeff took advantage of a ski trip to Zermatt Switzerland to tie the knot with partner Kathy.

We’ll let Jeff explain:

“Hi Bill

Kathy and I just arrived home from Zermatt where we were married high on the hill in the Riffelalp chapel (no heating). The reason for this email is how were dressed for the ceremony! As you can see in the pictures we were in our ski clothing and boots. Obviously I was wearing my Dodge boots!
I thought you would appreciate the pictures.”

Thanks Jeff. Congratulations!

Great photos. Now we have to have Kathy join the Dodge Boot family, too!!

Chairlift Chats: How do we bring up the level of U.S. Skiing?

Posted on March 22, 2018 by Warner

This week’s chairlift chat is with former U.S. Ski Team athlete and NCAA Champion, Tim Kelley, talking about college skiing and the state of ski racing in America.  Kelley explains how critical foreign athletes are to bring up the level of college skiing and pushing American athletes.

Tim explains that bringing up the level of American skiing comes down to lowering the cost to athletes and increasing accessibility creating a larger pool of athletes.  The three most important things to develop a ski racer, in Tim’s opinion, are love for the sport, running lots of gates, and having lots of fun.

Thanks for watching!


Chairlift Chats: What is Great Storytelling in 2018?

Posted on March 16, 2018 by Warner

Hope all the east coast skiers enjoyed the fresh snow this week!!

This week’s chairlift chat is with Another Brother, a high-end video production house, based in Stockholm, Sweden.

This talk is all about storytelling. In the last 10 years, storytelling has drastically changed as people’s attention spans have significantly shorted.

This chat is all about the vital components of good storytelling and the ability to captivate the audience really feel and want something from your stories.

This is a phenomenal chat and absolutely worth listening watching!


Chairlift Chats: Olympics and Post-Athleteic Motivation with Charles Christianson

Posted on March 7, 2018 by Warner

This week’s Chairlift Chat is with Charles Christianson.   Charles is a former Dodge Ski Boots World Cup ski racer and recent graduate of the Dartmouth Tuck MBA Program.

Charles talks about his 72 hours in PyeongChang to watch the Olympics, his newfound motivation to exercises post-athletic career, and a funny story with Aksel Lund Svindal checking out his ski boots at a World Cup.

Charles is one of our favorite people and always fun to catch up with!


Chairlift Chats: Winning an Olympic Medal with Jonathan Nordbotten

Posted on February 28, 2018 by Warner

This week’s chairlift chat is with Jonathan Nordbotten talking about his Olympics from losing a ski fifteen seconds into his first run of the slalom to winning a bronze medal in the team event.

Nordbotten was the third male skier for Team Norway in the Alpine Team Event and focused his efforts on supporting his team as he most likely would not be competing, which reminded him of his college years at UVM.

Nordbotten also talks about how Norway started taking the team event seriously this summer and jokes about how surprising it is that training makes a difference.

Let’s hope for cold weather and check out this week’s Chairlift Chat!