Category Archives: Skiing

2nd Tracks: Authorized Mammut Service Center!!

2nd Tracks is proud to announce our newest brand, Mammut!

That’s right, your favorite consignment shop is now a Mammut Dealer! We are carrying a full complement of airbags, packs, and other great equipment. Shop our selection in all three locations, or online at Impress your riding buddies with Swiss-engineered high-performance packs and jackets. In addition to being a Mammut dealer, we are the only certified Mammut Service Center in the Wasatch Range. That makes us your one stop shop for Mammut products and service. We can refill your Mammut Airbag Canisters, file a warranty claim, or, for out of state customers, we can rent you a canister to use during your vacation.


We were particularly impressed by Mammut’s “SnowPulse” airbag technology. Check them out here – Mammut Airbags:

Mammut is a Swiss skiing and climbing company, founded in Dintikon in 1862 by Kaspar Tanner. They manufacture top quality climbing ropes, winter outerwear, backpacks, climbing gear, and a full line of snow safety equipment. Mammut translates to ‘Mammoth’, an animal well known for its power and ability to adapt – much like the rugged adventurers Mammut caters to. Small, serious, and still family owned; Mammut continues to develop top quality equipment 150 years later.

2nd Tracks: MIllcreek staff getting a lesson on servicing the Mammut Snowpulse system

Stop in at your favorite 2nd Tracks location to check out our updated inventory!

6 Tips for Finding the Perfect Ski Boot

Finding the Perfect Ski Boot; No, it’s not impossible Anyone who has ever skied can tell you that ski boots ain’t no slippers. In fact, pain from ski boots can make people dread a nice day out on the slopes. Often people think the solution to their boot woes is to simply get a larger size; a… Continue Reading

Utah Beer – It Could Be Worse

Utah Beer – It Could Be Worse

Here at 2nd Tracks were proud to be Utah skiers through and through. 801 powder baby, that’s what were about! But still, we have to admit we’re a bit jealous of Colorado… Ha, no, not of their skiing, just of their beer! God, we aren’t jealous of the kind of commute Rado’s are stuck with for… Continue Reading