By LOUIS B. SMITH, Associated Press ski bindings are becoming a more popular accessory in the ski industry.
The popularity of ski bindings is fueled by a shift in how people travel, as well as a desire to feel more comfortable while traveling.
The new trend is also helping to reduce the impact of the snowfall, as snow tends to be less dense than in past decades.
In the last five years, there have been fewer snow storms.
In that time, snowfall in New York City and other places has fallen about 2.4 inches.
But in places like California, the snow has fallen by 10 to 15 inches.
The trend is not new.
As the snowpack has shrunk, the number of people traveling has declined.
It’s not clear why this has happened, but one thing is clear: People are spending less time on the slopes.
There are fewer and fewer people on the roads.
It makes sense that as the snowpacks shrink, more and more people are traveling to the slopes, said Kristina Egan, an associate professor of environmental studies at the University of California, Irvine.
Egan said snow travel is a form of transportation that is changing, not only for the ski resorts, but for people in general.
Egan is a member of the advisory committee to the National Ski Areas Association and is a former president of the American Ski Association.
She said it’s not that people don’t want to go anymore, but they don’t have the time or the money to do so.
They don’t think of it as something that needs to be done, she said.
The travel time is a big factor, because you can go to ski resorts and then spend an hour or two on the mountain and then return to the hotel and that’s not a big deal, she added.
Snow travel is expected to be the fastest growing form of travel by 2025.
That is due in part to the rising popularity of online travel and the popularity of snowboarders.
The United States has about 2,400 ski resorts.
In addition to ski bindings and snowboards, ski schools are popping up across the country to teach the basics of riding a ski and to offer training in a snowboard.