Boots are sized in Mondo sizing. Here is a sizing chart for your convenience. In general, beginners want a boot that directly corresponds to their street shoe size. Intermediates should go a half size smaller. Experts should go a full size smaller.
Have you ever been bootpacking or skinning uphill with your goggles down and quickly realized how fogging your lenses can instantly feel like the end of the world? Alternatively without goggles, you could be faced with taking ice crystals straight to the retina. So, what are you to do? Well, Julbo heard these concerns from skiers and developed a stupid-cool feature: a lens that sits forward of the frame during the uphill, leaving a gap that ventilates without taking away protection. What's more is that this feature is equally appealing for resort skiing, especially if you ride a tram. Once you're done venting, click the lenses back into action mode and enjoy Julbo's superior field of view on the way down.
Don’t be fooled by a familiar looking name, the Igniter 2Vi has been reengineered with some of the best technology in the industry. The 2Vi Technology Platform includes variably elastic shell tech, a multi-density shock absorbing liner with integrated impact shields, and a unique two-layer MIPS system bringing the Igniter to the forefront when it comes to safety. This helmet still looks great and still fits like a dream, as well. The turn dial Occigrip fit system quickly dials the size of the helmet to match your head and can be vertically tuned just as quickly to snug the helmet up to your goggles – no gaper gap for you! This helmet hits the sweet spot between safety, style, and weight.
This jacket delivers freeride style with big-mountain performance.
The Foxy Bib has all the characteristics of its namesake forest creature. Where weather requires agility, the Foxy's 20/20 waterproof breathability with inner thigh vents are ready to jump from storm day to spring tour. Powder gaiters and full seam taping protect you when things get playful and Cordura cuff reinforcements mean you can play hard on and off the slopes without destroying your pants. A flattering fit, ample pockets (including a Kangaroo chest pouch) and bathroom-friendly easy-release system allow you to stay swift when the going really gets going. Show everyone that you're as cunning as a fox and get the Foxy Bibs so you can ski hard and play hard without concern.
For all of you freeride skiers out there, Hestra's Vertical Cut Czone keeps your hands warm and toasty while protecting against impact. The backhand and fingers of the gloves contain shock absorbing foam, so when your dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge just isn't cutting it, your hands will be the least of your worries. The waterproof CZone membrane and G-loft insulation ensure comfort and warmth even when wet. If you need more dexterity, we recommend the Vertical Cut CZone Gloves.
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Returning unchanged for the 2022-2023 season, the Salomon QST Blank remains a go-to choice in the big mountain category. With so many skis on the market, especially in the “freeride” arena, it is easy to drown in the minutiae. Too many skiers pop blood vessels in their temples debating several grams or, especially, a few millimeters underfoot. Thats why, unlike other QST skis, the Blank moniker says nothing of its waist width. If you must know, that number is 112. But the point is this: The athlete-designed QST Blank serves up an effortless blend of playful and powerful performance. Salomons new double sidewall tech, which features high-density ABS underfoot plus full-length sidewalls, dampens your ride and provides excellent grip on hard snow. This alone can make the difference between feeling sketched out on sketchy terrain and sending it. C/FX fiber plus cork damplifier in the tips and tails reduce vibrations and make for a nimble, playful, and slashy ride. The QST Blank is the rare type of ski that charges the steep chute just as well as it slashes the powdery wind drift at the bottom. With Salomon pros like Cody Townsend and Drew Peterson skiing the Blanks as their daily driver, these skis are likely to be instant classics. Consider them Powder7 tested and approved...and check out those bases! Similar skis: Nordica Enforcer 110 Free, Blizzard Rustler 11.
For 2020-21, there's a new addition to the relatively new category of do-everything, “hybrid” alpine touring bindings: the Marker Duke PT. Unlike the previous Duke, a frame AT binding, the Duke PT blends full-on alpine performance on the downhill with tech (pins) skinning on the way up. The result is a product that has been called the “holy grail” of bindings by folks here at Powder7 and beyond. Why is it such a big deal? Well, if you're someone who usually skis the resort but wants to also get into alpine touring, this binding allows you to only have one setup. Likewise for skiers who split their time between the resort and backcountry about 50/50. And, if you ski a ton of backcountry and do it with zero reservations and maximum amplitude, aggressiveness, and charging, you should also consider a Duke PT. Offering the same general appeal as the wildly popular Salomon Shift, the Duke PT also weighs in much lighter than frame AT bindings and regular alpine bindings yet heavier than other options on the touring market. Like the Shift, it's light enough to tour with all day and a no-brainer if you don't mind hauling a little extra weight in order to maximize your descent. Unlike the Shift, the Duke PT features a fully removable toepiece. Tilt it forward or stowe it in your pack for the climb, then engage it when you're ready to rip turns. It's a system that becomes second-nature with very little practice, and it delivers unparalleled versatility. Lighter or more conservative skiers should choose the Duke PT 12, while heavier or more advanced skiers will love the extra heft of the Duke PT 16. In this wonderful new decade, there's no need for most skiers who want to ski the resort and tour to invest in multiple setups. The Duke PT is a big reason why.
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After we built the ideal all-mountain pole with the Groomer Gripper and the perfect powder stick in the Powder Poker, we asked ourselves what could possibly be next. What combines the nimbleness of an all-mountain pole, with flotation of a powder basket? How can you transition seamlessly from different terrain and conditions with the same pole? Well, we here at Powder7 found a solution for an impossible task: the Ridge Roamer. By taking some of our favorite features from the Powder Poker 2.0 – an extended EVA foam grip for comfort and sturdy graphite composite construction – and transforming it into an adjustable version with fresh art, we think we created the ultimate do-it-all adjustable pole. The Ridge Roamer comes with both a smaller basket, ideal for skiing inbounds, and the powder basket for keeping your poles from sinking through deep snow. Easy swaps mean you get exactly what you need depending on the conditions. Adjustability is especially ideal for backcountry skiing, when climbing with a longer pole is more comfortable, but you may want to ski with a shorter length. Not to mention, our favorite pole art so far from Pow7 artist Sarah Beabout. When choosing a pole mostly comes down to your stylistic flair, why not pick a good looking one?
Completely redesigned for the 2022 season, the Cochise 105 W is an ideal one-boot quiver for women who want it all: versatility, performance, comfort, and fun. Featuring a slightly more forgiving flex, a lighter construction, and a redesigned walk mode that - believe it or not - offers increased range of motion and increased downhill performance when locked out, the Cochise 95 W is makes for a great option for intermediate to advanced female skiers who want to explore both in and out of bounds. Designed with input from the Women to Women project, the Cochise 95 W is specifically engineered for a women's specific fit and stance. The anatomically shaped last and liner ensure great out-of-the-box fit, while Tecnica's C.A.S. - Custom Adaptive Shape - ensures plenty of customization to optimize fit down the road with your local bootfitter. With 50° range of motion, Dynafit certified tech inserts, and alpine-style performance on the down, the Cochise 95 W should be on the short list of boots for women who are looking to have as much fun on the skin track as they do riding lifts.
Measured in millimeters, the volume refers to the last, or width, of the boot. Narrower boots are best for expert, aggressive skiers, who care more about performance than comfort. Foot width factors in as well, with narrow-footed skiers prefering boots with narrower lasts. Keep in mind that in general, the narrower the boot the less comfortable it will be.
The higher the number, the stiffer the boot. Skiers lighter in weight and beginner to intermediate skiers tend to prefer a boot with a softer flex. Conversely, heavier and more aggressive skiers are more likely to prefer a stiffer boot.
"Tech Fittings" are metal inserts in the toe and heel of a boot that allow it to lock into tech bindings. Tech bindings, also commonly called AT or pin bindings, are designed for uphill access and ski touring and require that your boot has "tech fittings" to be compatible.
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