I recently received an email from a customer, asking me for my advice on learning how to ski. After writing to her, it occurred to me I should create a blog post about the ideas I'd expressed.
Are your feet always cold while skiing or snowboarding? Do your feet get cold easily?
I recently received an email from a customer, thanking me for solving his long-term cold-hands problem. He asked me for my advice on solving his cold-feet problem.
At Free the Powder Gloves we spend most of our time focused on our gloves and customer service. In fact, truth be told, that's all we do because we absolutely detest spending our time on promotion and especially "marketing."
My poor business partner and wife Shannon has to listen to my incessant ranting about my hatred of marketing, marketing, and marketing all day, every day. So why do I hate “marketing” ?
Here is the snowfall data and measurements, including moving 3-year averages for Alta, Utah...
Powder Magazine's only negative comment about our gloves is about the "bulky" Velcro cuff. That makes me smile. I know something they don't...
One of the most perplexing undertakings of creating an online business with products that are fitted, is sizing and more specifically, recommending which size customers should buy.
Now I started more than a year ago doing research and development, having hundreds of people try on prototype after prototype of gloves, trying to hone in on exactly proper sizing. And after more than 40 prototypes, I had complete consensus, right?
Unisex sizing. Free the Powder Gloves
run true to size. Our gloves are made
with all-stretchable materials so they
break-in and conform to your hand like
no other ski glove.