Jones Snowboards are named for founder Jeremy Jones, the world’s foremost big mountain rider and star of the famed Deeper, Further, Higher film trilogy. His Mountain Surfer board however is not for first descents in Alaska; it’s for hiking up the nearest snowy hill and surfing down. Designed by renowned surf shaper Chris Christenson.
This season’s big story in snow goggles is frameless technology; a larger lens that spans the entire field of view. Electric’s EG3 is their version of this new frame style, offering an expansive wide-angle view and quick, easy lens changes.
The Prizm lens is Oakley’s latest contribution to snow goggle science that offers an enhanced, super-high contrast view in even the flattest light conditions. Available in a variety of colors, this new technology is also offered for nearly every goggle frame in the Oakley snow sports lineup.
The morning bike commute is about to start getting chilly. Chrome has the remedy: An insulated, reversible, packable, hi-viz vest featuring reflective hits and water-resistant fabrication.
TomTom’s Golfer watch tracks all your golf data while giving you graphics and precise yardages to greens and hazards. It comes pre-loaded with course data for over 34,000 courses and updates wirelessly through your smartphone.
The 920XT is Garmin’s new GPS triathlon watch. It features a color screen and using Garmin Vivosmart, it tracks all your workout data for a variety of sports, links with ANT+ devices and also provides notifications, email, and incoming calls from your phone via bluetooth.
Polar’s M400 is a GPS running watch that tracks and displays speed, pace, training targets, race time estimators, improvement tracking, and navigation. It’s also a 24/7 activity tracker that monitors your steps, calories burned, and sleep.
All the major goggle brands offer frameless or rimless technology for a wider-angle view & improved peripheral vision. Smith’s I/07 goes a step further by adding a single-pivot quick release to their rimless frame and lens assembly making it easier to change lenses on the fly.
Parking your bike on the ceiling saves space. The flat-bike-lift is a new ceiling hydro-pneumatic bike rack made exclusively for this purpose. Load your bike onto the rack, give a little push to activate the lift, & up it goes to store horizontally overhead.