Kyle Miller is a pioneering splitboarder who has quietly ticked off an impressive list of ups and downs in his home Cascadian range. A longstanding local at Crystal Mountain in Washington, Kyle’s split mission first ramped up during the 2007 season when he summited and rode the five tallest volcanoes in the American Cascades. The list only gets bigger and more technical as the years have progressed. As of late, his focus has been on traversing the remote high country of the Cascades.
You’re in the hands of nature, and all you can do is hope for the best.
If anything is better than duct tape it is Voile Straps. Made of tough stretch polyurethane and a hardened aluminum buckle, Voile Straps have many uses. You should always carry a few Voile Straps when traveling in the backcountry. A-frame skis on your pack, fix a pesky climbing skin, hold your shovel and probe together and of course hold your skis together for transport. 9 inch length strap uses a tough nylon strap buckle.