Whether on icy north faces, during stormy ascents or severe snowfall on the summit -- the Ortler Jacket is ready to tough it out if you are. This 3L hardshell is perfect for alpine tours where high breathability is a must, but so is waterproofing. The robust outer material provides protection in any weather, for any activity -- and is still ultra-light. The 3L Ortler Jacket weighs in at just 445 grams (men's size M). The outer material is completely wind and waterproof thanks to the Dermizax NX membrane, arguably the highest-performance membrane on the market, without compromising on breathability or freedom of movement! As far as features go, they've focused on the important things: The hardshell jacket has a two-way zipper for an optimal fit -- even with a climbing harness. A two-way zipper in the underarm area provides cooling during sweat-inducing climbs. Merino mesh inserts around the chin and the 2-way adjustable storm hood offer comfort and protection in rain, snow or icy conditions.
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The Kastle TX 93 returns with just a topsheet update for 2022-2023, meaning one of the most versatile touring skis on the market right now is ready to rip skin tracks once again. With a little extra girth, the TX93 packs a little more punch in powder and mixed snow than the narrower TX87. Meanwhile, it is quicker on the up and the down than the new TX103, meaning it translates better to technical ski mountaineering. Long camber gives you reliable edge grip in the sketchiest places, while a splash of tip rocker keeps you on top of soft and mixed snow rather than getting caught up in it. The gist: the TX93 is all about balance. And balance can make or break alpine ski adventures. We recommend the TX93 to uphill travelers looking to tick off some big lines when conditions are right and spend long days linking dreamy lines in moderate powder until then.
Shrouded in mystery for years, and known by many aliases, the ATK Raider 12 binding is now here in its original form: ATK. ATK is the binding company everyone wishes they were, using full metal constructions, and making insanely light high-performing ski bindings. At Powder7 we went directly to the source for the R12, in order to get the best and the purest. The Raider 12 brings in a new era in ski binding technology. Weighing in at a scant 350 grams per binding, yet still featuring a fully adjustable twist and vertical release in the heel, the R12 redefines what a lightweight tech binding can be. Additionally, it comes with 5 different heel riser heights, so you'll adapt to any skin track you encounter. Blow away your now heavy tech binding setup, and your friends on the skin track with the Raider 12.Don't forget to pair your Raider 12 with the Freeride Spacer for the maximum in performance and power-transfer
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