Increased contrast and enhanced clarity are exactly the characteristics you want in a ski and snowboard goggle no matter what the weather is doing. And Smith Optics’ ChromaPop lens technology provides exactly that by filtering light at 2 specific wavelengths, to eliminate color confusion & provide a clearer view of what’s ahead. This technology will be available in 3 tints optimized for stormy, all-around, and bright sun conditions. Older goggles will be compatible with the lenses which will be available as a standalone option. Available this Fall.
Wanna feel out of shape real quick? Jump rope. Then again, wanna get in-shape real quick? Start jumping rope regularly. Smart Rope is just what it says it is, a premium-quality bluetooth-connected jump rope that tracks your jump count, calories burned, and time spent jumping. Smart Rope is available in 5 different lengths to match your height, and its available in chrome, gold, or black finish.
Developed by ski and snowboard pros for efficient foot-powered access to the goods, Fimbulvetr stomped into the snowshoe market with a design made for serious backcountry exploration. With unibody construction using DuPont Hytrel, a lightweight, rigid but freeze-proof plastic, a solid 3-strap binding, & ice-gripping Fenris crampons, they’ll take you right where you want to go.
Fact is, the game of football can turn brains into oatmeal. Which makes that college scholarship much harder to utilize after graduation day. With that in mind, neurosurgeons & engineers at Vicis worked together to create a new helmet design that mitigates impact on the brain. The shell uses an omni-directional columnar structure to reduce both linear & rotational forces.
Using a pioneering stretch-woven fabric, Rapha has developed single-layer foul weather cycling gear that sheds rain and blocks wind while allowing excess heat to escape. The race-fit Shadow jersey & Shadow bib pant have been tested & approved in all kinds of conditions by the elite riders of Team Sky.
Thule has added packs designed for skiing & snowboarding to its line of technical backpacks. There are two: a 35-liter and a 20-liter, both offering diagonal ski carry & horizontal or vertical board carry as well as easy access pockets you can reach without taking the pack off.
Created by engineer Sherman Poppen in 1965, the original Snurfer is the “toy” that started what we know today as snowboarding. Now, in a Poppen-approved reproduction, the original Snurfer is back, complete with the grab-rope on the nose.
Canada’s Reigning Champ is a retro-inspired sportswear brand. They teamed up with Spalding to create the custom One For One ball. For every ball sold, Reigning Champ will donate one basketball to a community sports program somewhere in North America.
BlackNet is the first portable basketball net that installs (and uninstalls) in just seconds, turning that hoop with the missing or neglected net into a legit basket. Made of soft, composite foam, it pops easily into the rim & back out when you’re done.
Snowboarding has finally hit middle age and what comes with that? Nostalgia products. In collaboration with technical apparel brand Neighborhood, Burton is now offering the Throwback, a bindingless snow-surfer modeled after their original 1981 Backhill board. It features plywood construction, traction padding, and a rope handle for that old school, stand-up sledding vibe.