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Winter 2018 Gear Guide


Burton Felix (W) & Photon (M) Step On Bundle

Riding just got faster and easier with Burton’s new Step On Snowboard Boot and Binding Bundle. Three connection points provide tight control and security. Compatible with all current snowboard mounting systems. Women’s Felix bundle ($620) and Men’s Photon bundle ($650)

Helly Hansen Pointnorth Jacket

A relaxed fit puffy to keep you warm on those especially cold days. PrimaLoft insulation, higher collar for those lift lines, jacket-pant powder skirt and RECCO rescue system. $425

Fat-ypus skis

The man’s got talent! John at

Glacier Ski Shop worked with Fat-ypus to come up with a mens (D-Vice) and a womens (D-Light) ski perfect for riding at Mt. Baker. Features local graphic

design. $790

NeoAir All Season

This 4-season air mattress features the SpeedValve that pulls in surrounding air to inflate 3X faster and deflate instantly. Comes with stuff sack and repair kit. $160

MSR Access 2 tent

Sleeping in the backcountry this winter? This two-person, 3 lb, 10 oz. baby is your warm home away from home. With vestibule, it’s 73 SF, has two doors and super-strong support poles. $600

Tundra snow boots

Men’s and women’s boots offer warmth, comfort and traction.

PrimaLoft insulation, leather upper, cold-weather rubber compound for solid grip. $175