Powderqueen 2.0 Jacket
Waterproof, windproof and breathable, this PrimaLoft insulated, longer cut woman’s jacket will keep you warm while its relaxed free ride fit will make for big days on big mountains.
Suggested Retail Price $400
Woman’s Lifaloft hooded Insulator Jacket
Used under a shell or by itself, you’ll stay warm without the bulk or weight of typical jackets. Windproof and waterproof.
Suggested Retail Price $230
Garibaldi Helly Tech
Proven by the Canadian Ski Team, this iconic men’s jacket was built for deep snow and coldest temperatures. Waterproof, breathable with PrimaLoft insulation, the jacket features a relaxed fit with powderskirt, high collar and goggle shammy.
Suggested Retail Price $450
Lib Tech MC Wayfinder
Legendary pro snowboarder Matt Cummins has been designing and pro modeling for Lib Tech for 30 years now and the MC Wayfinder continues his ground-breaking history. Art is by Kauai surf artist Steven Valiere.
Suggested Retail Price $560
Glacier Ski Shop
Glacier Ski Shop owners John and Drew Adams have some exclusive skis on offer. Left, John holds a pair of Icelandic Shaman Chronicles which are built exclusively for GSS and are the pair’s favorite backcountry ski. Made in Colorado. $750.
Drew is holding a pair of D-Vice Fat-ypus skis they designed and consider the best ski for Mt. Baker with graphics of Mt. Shuksan and Mt. Baker. Comes in five sizes. It provides the float of a long ski with the maneuverability of a shortie. No one else in the world carries these skis, so there’s only one place to shop for them. $750.
Kinekt Bodyfloat Seatpost
On September 16, 2018, 45-year-old mother of three Denise Muellar-Korenek set the world record for paced bicycle land speed at 183.93 mph, beating Dutchman Fred Rompelberg’s 1995 record of 167 mph. Riding in the slipstream just a few inches behind a 1,000 horsepower dragster, she became the first and only woman to hold the world record, first established in 1889.
Helping her achieve the record was her Kinekt suspension seat post which absorbed road vibrations, providing a more stable and controlled ride as she streaked across the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Kinekt is the product of Bellingham company Cirrus Cycles and is available in aluminum or carbon fiber with spring combinations for riders up to 260 pounds. The seat post dramatically improves the performance and comfort of any rider on any bike. Cirrus Cycle was founded in 2011 by inventor Paul Barkley (who also founded Kulshan Bicycles in the ’70s) and former local pro rider Charlie Heggem.
Suggested Retail Price $249-$329