You know you should always wear your helmet when you’re skiing or snowboarding but when you’re packing for that trip, the helmet is always a pain accommodate. Carrera solves the problem with their new foldable snow helmet. It features a smooth, low-profile design that is also EN1077-B certified for impact safety.
You might want to get out there and explore the winter wilderness before the snow stops falling forever. And when you go, you could bring no better snowshoes than these. Designed and built in Norway, they feature a unibody honeycomb design and a rocker profile that makes traveling by foot in deep snow easier than ever.
You may never stroll the city in Google glass but when you’re shredding the slopes you may like the functions in Recon’s Snow2 goggle with heads-up display. And nobody will know you’re nerding out reading your speed, vertical drop, airtime, & distance. You can also sync it with your iOS or Android phone.
If you’ve ever gone skiing the morning after an Indian food feast you know well how technical outerwear traps warm air. But this inflatable insulating vest from Klymit works a bit differently. It inflates with an included canister of Argon gas that puffs up air chambers in the vest to provide three-times the volume of lightweight insulation, allowing you to regulate your temp in all types of weather. via
With the release of their new LunarENDOR snowboard boot that features a light-up Swoosh powered by 30 LED lights, Nike just locked down real estate in pretty much every possible holiday product roundup this holiday season. Good job guys. In addition to the lights, the boot’s outsole features Lunarlon while Flywire is hidden somewhere in the upper. Available mid-December in limited quantities at select Nike stores.
For those magical, schnapps-fueled walks in the winter woods, these new flexible snowshoes will make the staggering easier. The unique snowshoe design flexes and bends to adjust to the terrain underfoot, your gait, and the depth of the snow.
In just one run down the bunny slope your Google glasses will be fogged up and iced over, so if you crave the same sort of heads-up display & data for your on-hill adventures, the Oakley Airwave 1.5 is the ticket. These goggles deliver legendary Oakley optics plus trail map display, GPS, MFi Bluetooth, and more.
Continuing their tradition of following in Nike’s footsteps, Adidas just jumped into snowboarding with a line of boots developed with the sport’s top athletes. The Jake Blauvelt Pro Model boot takes style cues from the OG Samba, featuring the classic 3 stripe vamp and tech features like Recco rescue technology, Aerotherm thermal barrier, and natural odor-neutralizers.
Ski & snowboard helmets with built-in speakers are nothing new but Sweden’s POC brand stepped it up by partnering with Beats by Dre on the sound. They also included a microphone for taking calls and put controls on the cord for volume, switching songs, etc. Available January 2013.