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Hit the trails this winter in the new MSR Lighting Ascent Women's Snowshoes. If you're a gal that loves to be outdoors, then these high-end snowshoes are a must in your winter activities arsenal. The MSR Lightning Women's Snowshoes can...
Over the past few years, skiers and snowboarders have migrated increasingly from resort slopes and parks to surrounding sidecountry and onward to deeper, more remote backcountry peaks and lines. While backcountry riding has opened up all kinds of new possibilities, it’s also increased the need for more purpose-built gear. K2 answers this need with the all-new Kwicker splitboard package, which promises to be the most user-friendly splitboarding solution on the market.
Out of all of the 2014 snowboards that I've seen so far, no matter the company, the GNU Billy Goat has by far the sickest graphic. Designed by Adam Haynes of Bend, Oregon, the graphic features a train, flames,...
Poler Stuff and Nike have done it again with their 2014 Poler X Nike Vapen Snowboard Boot. The collab came out of a similar project between Poler and Nike Skateboarding and is the first time Poler and the snowboarding side...
There is no denying that Vans has done it big time after time again. That's how they got to be one of the most popular skate shoe companies of all time. Their Ge0ff Rowley signature  shoe has long been...
Each year dozens of new snowboards are released by companies both large and small. In addition, many older boards, that have been around the block once or twice, are newly updated and tweaked. 2013/2014 is no different and the snowboard...
Not even the snow can stop you from running outdoors when you strap on the Crescent Moon Composite Kilo Run Snowshoes. There is no longer any reason to hole up inside on the treadmill when winter comes rushing in. The...
The 100th Anniversary EvoWood isn't the most useful Swiss Army knife in terms of overall functions, and Wenger says that EvoWood knives are only good for "light outdoor use," but few knives make such versatile gifts– even if you're shopping for yourself.
It's hard to go wrong with a snowboard with as cool of a name as the Capita The Black Snowboard of Death Snowboard. Though the name is a little funky to get off the tongue, the board is pimped...
There are dozens of sick lifestyle companies hawking their wares out there but few make cooler casual clothing than Poler Stuff and NikeSB. Though their individual apparel is as great as it comes, the two brands have teamed up...
Turn the mountain into your own personal skatepark with the 2014 Jones Twin Sister Snowboard, one of the year's absolute best women's freestyle sticks. Designed specifically with all-mountain freestyle riders in mind, the Twin Sister shreds through untouched powder and...
Built to last and to stand up to any and all abuse that even the most hardcore skier/snowboarder can throw at them, the 2014 Strafe Nomad Pants are a seriously impressive piece of outwear. The top-of-the-line winter snow pants are...
Tweaked and polished for the 2014 season, snowboarding's original gangster urethane highback bindings are back and better than ever before. Meet the K2 Hurrithane Snowboard Bindings, top-of-the-line bindings for an affordable price. Ultra-lightweight and ultra-durable, the bindings offer the best...
The holiday season is upon us once again and people everywhere are rushing around in an attempt to pick up the very best gifts for their loved ones. If there is a snowboarder in your family or friend group, then...
Need a new stick but don't want to break the bank this winter? If that sounds like you, then you should consider adding the 2014 Head Daymaker DCT Snowboard to your quiver. Designed for all-mountain destruction, the Daymaker will get...