The Giro Discord is a new helmet this season with a clean, simple look and well-designed features.
Finally, there’s another more freeride-focused outerwear kit made with Polartec NeoShell: the new Temerity jacket and pants from Strafe.
The Black Diamond Stinger is a very well-rounded, affordable crampon for steep water ice & mixed technical climbing.
Touring season is upon us, and Arc’teryx’s new hybrid soft shell / hard shell, the Lithic Comp, is a very impressive option.
Gnomes is the shop we trust and where we gear up on our way to the club fields of Canterbury, New Zealand.
For an all-mountain charger of this width, the Whitedot Director is the best we’ve tested in deep powder.
The Blizzard Spur is the most powder-specific ski in the Blizzard lineup, and it may be more competent in more conditions than any fat ski we’ve reviewed.
Cotopaxi is a company that’s committed to doing tangible good around the world, and to making great products. We put their 20 liter ski-carry pack to the test.
The Dakine Quinn Jacket is a longer, stylish shell that is a good option for resort and backcountry skiing.
The Moment Ghost Train is a weird looking pow ski that may force us to turn the expression “two-faced” into a compliment.
Dodge is making a carbon fiber ski boot that is quite stiff, customizable, and skis great on piste.
We’ve been A/B-ing the current and the new Blizzard Cochise, so here’s our first review on its soft snow performance.
For 15/16, Nordica is bringing back the Enforcer—at least in name, and perhaps in character, too.
The Never Summer Raven is a versatile, all-mountain performer that can be pushed hard while offering a forgiving ride.
The Whitedot Redeemer sits between more playful, forward-mounted pow skis and more substantial, traditionally-shaped skis. The less you feel like choosing sides, the more interesting you’ll find the Redeemer.
We’ve been putting quite a bit of time on the new Blizzard Cochise. Our first review drops on Sunday.
The 3L Freebird is the lightest shell in Burton’s [ak] line and is designed for backcountry freeriding.
Time for a Pow Update on the Line Magnum Opus, with comparisons to the Atomic Bent Chetler…
Patagonia’s new Capilene 4 Pro base layers are made with a combination of fabrics to provide an ideal balance of warmth and breathability.
Here are three men’s boots that range from the ridiculously comfortable, to the impressively durable, to the classy & functional.