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August 26, 2015 1 min read

It has taken a lot time and effort, but today I am launching a new website and online store. My previous website, created by Paolo Amarena, was very nice, but I felt that it is essentially imperative today to include an online store with the website. I encourage you to support your local Hagan retailers. However, it is true that Hagan makes the world's largest collection of backcountry skiing gear: skis, bindings, poles and skins. New this year is our first alpine ski touring boot — the Core TF and ST! No single retailer carries all of them. If your local retailer doesn't carry a particular item, contact me.

The website is still rough around the edges, with a lot of work remaining. Please contact me if something on this website doesn't function properly or if you have suggestions.Hagan Product Collections

Michael Hagen
Michael Hagen


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