In 1928, the Kandahar Ski Club in Murren, Switzerland started the Inferno race, a race open to amateurs only that contained sections of downhill, slalom and cross-country. With a usual winning time of more than 10 minutes, the Inferno tested competitors' skiing prowess as fiercely as it did their mental stamina. Today, the Inferno remains one of the largest (and longest) amateur races, and was instrumental in bringing ski racing into the mainstream.

An authentic piece at the center of the new collection celebrating the history of the National Ski Patrol, the Patrol Knit is crafted from fine Italian merino yarn and British Millerain waxed cotton

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