The North Face Slasher Cargo shell pants offer workwear-inspired durability with waterproof, breathable protection for your first-tracks, last-chair endeavors season after season. HyVent 2-layer construction is waterproof, windproof and breathable; fully sealed seams prevent moisture from seeping through. Zippered handwarmer pockets; flap cargo pockets; flap back pockets. Cargo pockets feature The North Face Lot Lift System: adjustable cords in pockets allow you to lift up the rear part of pant cuffs, preventing them from dragging on the ground. Zippered thigh vents have mesh gussets to vent air, letting you regulate heat and maintain comfort. Leg gaiters feature elastic grippers and boot hooks to seal out snow around boots. Reinforced hem guards protect your cuffs from abrasion and sharp edges, improving durability. Waist features adjustable tabs to secure a perfect fit. The North Face Slasher Cargo shell pants can be connected to the powder skirt of compatible jackets (sold separately) from The North Face for fully integrated protection. Fit is relaxed at the waist with a roomy thigh, knee and cuff. Color: MAJESTIC RED; Size: XXL
Best Price: $160
Outside of flashy graphics and fluorescent color schemes, have you ever stopped to think about what a $400 pair of shoes have that a $200 pair doesn’t? Well, lucky for you, these are the kind of things that we’re obsessive about, and the answer might surprise you. When compared to the likes of Shimano’s SH-R170 Shoes, the halo-shoe category starts to lose its luster. Anatomic last design? Check. Stiff carbon outsole? Got it. Comfort and adjustability? Check and mate. Basically, when you run through your wishlist, you’ll notice that the SH-R170s checks off all of the boxes, only at a fraction of the price of what you were prepared to spend. Shimano had one key objective for its SH-R170 shoes: Create a race-day shoe at an everyday price. And not surprisingly, Shimano did not disappoint. The R170s feature a carbon composite outsole construction that strikes the ideal balance between rigidity and comfort. Now, we’re all led to believe that stiffer is better, and in some cycling applications, this is absolutely true. However, it’s crucial to remember that over the course of a century, that blanket-applied, overly rigid shoe will degrade your circulation. So, to avoid the eventual numbing, Shimano developed what it calls its Dynalast technology. This outsole system delivers power to the pedal, while still allowing a calculated level of flex. This is possible due to the sole’s variable stiffness and density that accommodates the movements of the arch. Furthering this power transfer are the R170′s securing straps. The shoes feature two asymmetric, hook-and-loop straps that allow you to control the shoes’ internal volume. Shimano has given these a broad, angular, and offset design that makes them simple to grab and adjust while in the saddle, should you need to make any on-the-fly adjustments. Controlling the overall tightness and security is a Shimano micro-adjust, ratcheting buckle. This system allows you make incremental adjustments with an elongated ratchet fixture…
Best Price: $199.95
Riding is way more fun when you’re free from toe drag, and ready to attack everything on the hill. So strap into the Flow Drifter wide snowboard and slay everything in your way. This all-terrain shred stick is built on Flow’s I-Rock rocker/camber profile and a directional twin shape, for stability and control from powdery steeps to hard packed park features. The medium flex gets better with a whole bunch of tech that makes it responsive, without making it overly stiff or hard to ride. In other words, the Drifter is at home anywhere it goes.The Drifter is built on Flow’s I-Rock profile, which means it’s rockered between the feet for a floaty, catch free ride, and the tip and tail are cambered for powerful turns and solid ollies. The directional twin shape gives you a bit more nose for high speed stability, without sacrificing the ability to ride switch. The super-light Reflex core is snappy and responsive. Four Whiskey Rocks inserts underneath your heels and toes crank up both strength and edge response, while the Whiskey Shooter carbon stringers radiate towards the tips for powerful ollies, while still providing a loose ride and plenty of of torsional give. The Rock Band carbon stringer between the feet yields a slightly convex base for jibbing freedom and easy turn initiation. The sintered 4400 base is highly porous, so it holds a ton of wax and keeps you sliding lightning fast around the hill.
Best Price: $429.99
On top, the Kokatat Women’s MsFit Tour Personal Flotation Device rocks a higher-volume fit which is suitable for women (and which works for guys with muscly pecs as well) . Rather than sticking a chunk of foam right where you need to flex, this PFD has articulated shell and foam panels which complement the highly adjustable, flexible fit. An array of small pockets gives you the storage you need for vital safety gear, and the design is USCG, Transport Canada, and CE approved so you’re up to spec in the States and abroad.
Best Price: $148.95
Nemo’s 700 fill down Spoon Shape backpacking bags give you extra space where it matters most. Wide in the shoulders, the bag tapers down to the hips then gently flairs back out to allow room for your knees to naturally bend and shift throughout the night. This innovative bag profile offers restorative sleeping comfort while maintaining thermal efficiency and low weight. Details like the tuckable Blanket Fold and a waterproof-breathable footbox elevate comfort and protection for adventures near or far.
Best Price: $399.95
If you’re more of a backcountry explorer than a dedicated downhill bomber, you’ll appreciate snow pants that provide protection while offering plenty of breathable comfort. The Mountain Hardware Men’s Returnia Cargo Pant is made with waterproof and wind-resistant Dry Q Core fabric that breathes as well as it protects for excellent active comfort. Zippered inner-thigh vents can be opened for additional air flow if you’re working up a decent heat. The pant’s fit is not too slim or too roomy so you can move freely, and you can adjust the fit at the waist with hook-and-loop tabs. Lower cuff scuff guards protect the pants from abrasions, and the Dry Q fabric is engineered for durability so it withstands hard use. Four protected pockets provide plenty of room for storing gear so you can bring along all the essentials you need when venturing off piste.
Best Price: $199.95
Rest easy at the first sound of raindrops on your tent. The Big Agnes Roxy Ann down sleeping bag features DownTek water-repellent down insulation. DownTek 650-fill-power duck down repels water by employing nanotechnology and a proprietary process that applies a micro-thin polymer to the down. DownTek down repels water and maintains loft and insulation value, even when exposed to moisture. Proprietary application process creates a water repellent, antimicrobial and antibacterial down insulation that actually floats on water. Insotect Flow Construction features internal Flow Gates, which are vertical chambers with internal mesh gates that keep insulation from shifting up and down. Underside insulation has been eliminated and replaced with a sleeve for a 20 in. wide Big Agnes rectangular pad or any 20 in. wide pad (pad sold separately) . Continuous draft wedge insulates the connection between the bag and pad to prevent cold air from entering. Ripstop nylon shell with a Durable Water Repellent surface treatment sheds water; soft, breathable nylon taffeta lining cocoons you in comfort. Built-in pillow sleeve allows you to stuff a jacket or a backcountry pillow inside, and keeps it in place all night long. Contoured, down-filled collar at the top of the bag seals around the neck to prevent warm air from escaping and cold air from entering. 2-way, full-length, locking zipper with big, easy-to-grab zipper pull. Fabric stiffeners on both sides of the zipper prevent the zipper from snagging. Draft tube located behind the zipper prevents warm air from escaping and cold air from entering. Interior fabric loops stabilize a sleeping bag liner (sold separately) . Big Agnes Roxy Ann sleeping bag includes a stuff sack and large storage bag. Color: BLUE/PURPLE; Size: Regular Right
Best Price: $259.95
The waterproof, breathable Obermeyer Turbo insulated jacket for boys combines clean, mean design lines with reliable protection from the elements to keep your young snow rider warm, dry and happy. Polyester with HydroBlock X waterproof-breathable coating and DuroGuard Durable Water Repellent; Skier Critical seam sealing. Ski Contour articulated sleeves, shaped seams and contoured waist for fit; Control Zone ventilation for changing temperatures. Adjustable powder skirt; removable, adjustable hood; fleece-lined collar; exterior stormflap; interior windguard; adjustable hem drawcord. Tricot-lined zip hand pockets; chest zip pocket; interior zip pocket; heavy-duty YKK zippers; detachable, scratch-free goggles cloth; accessory ring; glow-in-the-dark trim. Color: WARPED PRINT; Size: 10
Best Price: $159.5
On Sale. Free Shipping. Icebreaker Men’s Victory SS Zip Top DECENT FEATURES of the Icebreaker Men’s Victory Short Sleeve Zip Top 150 gram jersey / 96% merino / 4% lycra Functional 3-panel pocket with tyre pump storage Secure back zip pocket with media cord port Gripper elastic at drop tail hem prevents riding up Reflective piping at back pocket for visibility Saddle-shaped raglan sleeve for ease of movement
Best Price: $149.99
Designed to provide lightweight spring riding protection and steeze this snowboard shell jacket will protect you from the rain and snow with Aquapel water repellent technology 10K rated bonded fleece sleeves and removable hood and 600mm waterproof protection on the body. The Hybrid Shacket offers a comfortable core fit and makes for an on and off snow wardrobe necessity.
Best Price: $109.95