terrain September/October 2019
Rossignol XV Sashimi LG
Developed in partnership with freeride legend Xavier De Le Rue, the Sashimi jumps the gap between big mountain adventures and big fun around the resort. It's a directional board with a wide, rockered nose for added float in the deep stuff, but there's still a lot of camber between the inserts, so you can carve with the best of them.
Adidas Terrex Climawarm Snow Shoes
Promising style and substance for winter hikes, these kids' boots are made of durable ripstop and have a waterproof membrane that protects from rain and snow. Warm PrimaLoft insulation keeps feet warm and cozy, with a grippy outsole for secure footing in the woods - or on city sidewalks.
Scarpa Maestrale XT
Created for skiers who want top performance on both the downhill and uphill, the Maestrale XT blends the firmness of an alpine/freeride boot with lightweight ski boots. Grilamid in the rear and sides of the cuff produces stiffness, with softer Pebax injected in the front closure area. That combination offers power that still has a forward flex, and also makes it easy to get in and out of the boot.
Outdoor Research Gripper Heated Sensor Gloves
These gloves reportedly offer 61 percent more power output than the competition, plus twice as much heated surface area. The heating elements are integrated into the interior fabric, which means no bulky wires, better flex, and warming throughout the fingers and the back of the hand. GORE- TEX technology ensures the glove exteriors are waterproof and windproof.
Helly Hansen Odin Mountain Hybrid Softshell Jacket
This jacket is designed to move with you during the most extreme pursuits yet still protect you when the weather changes. The four- way stretch softshell is constructed with two versions of fabric: one with a weather protective membrane and another with maximum breathability. Helmet and backpack/ harness compatible, you can climb and ski in confidence and comfort. Available for men and women.
$300. hellyhansen.comPrevious Page