Category: Snowsports

Mammut Eigerjoch Hybrid Insulated Jacket

Mammut Eigerjoch Hybrid Insulated Jacket Review

In summary, I truly love the Mammut Eigerjoch Hybrid Jacket and give it a strong recommendation. Like all Mammut gear I’ve tested, the quality is very high and the design is extremely functional. This jacket is warm and weather resistant enough to serve as a light outer layer in most situations and breathable and flexible enough to be a nice mid layer under a shell. It feels and looks great and has exceptional mobility for a variety of activities. At $325, the Mammut Eigerjoch Hybrid Jacket doesn’t come cheap, but when you consider that you are essentially getting two pieces of apparel in one, the value proposition starts making more sense. I highly recommend checking it out either online or at your local Mammut dealer.

Mundo Trailboard

Mundo Trailboards

Mundo Trailboards has launched a Kickstarter campaign that is bringing a much needed evolution to the world of winter sports by offering consumers a bindingless snowboard that caters to hikers and snowboarders through its versatile form...

Swagtron Snowtide

Snowtide “Smart” Ski and Snowboard Helmet

Swagtron’s first foray into protection features integrated Bluetooth® audio, two-way comms, app integration and an S.O.S. feature that automatically calls for help if you crash. Swagtron a leader in electric rideables, today enters the outdoor protection...

Blizzard Quattro Collection

Make Your Mark!  Blizzard Quattro – now with more horsepower! The Blizzard Quattro Collection of high performance men’s skis are specifically designed for groomed snow skiing and feature an all new technology called Carbon Spine or...

Venture Snowboards – OR Sneak Peak

The only thing Venture loves more than building snowboards is riding snowboards. Venture was founded in 1999, beginning their lifelong pursuit of crafting unrivaled snowboards for maximum mountain enjoyment and performance. Every Venture is...

Adidas Progressor C Goggles Review

The Adidas Progressor C goggles offer great vision and an excellent lens changing system but struggle in some basic areas. Fit is key with any goggle you wear all day and the Progressor C will only fit the widest of faces well. A too-rigid frame and non-conforming face foam lead to a less comfortable feel than some competitors. On a good note, the Quick-Shift Lenspod System is a great way to quickly change out lenses without fiddling around. If you have a very wide face and are looking to save a little over the top of the line options from the likes of Smith and Oakley, give the Progressor C a try. Otherwise, I’d keep looking.

Oakley Airbrake XL PRIZM

Oakley Airbrake XL Prizm Goggles Review

When you’re looking for maximum coverage around your eyes and your face, the Oakley Airbrake XL PRIZM goggles has your number.  These goggles have an oversized fit and offers Oakley’s premium lens technology PRIZM...

Native Eyewear Upslope Goggle Review

  Native Eyewear Lens Features The Native Eyewear Upslope Goggles feature SnowTuned lenses that are a double spherical lens (double>single layered lenses for barrier and more resistant to fogging).  The spherical lens allows for...

Gordini Polar Mitt Review

The Gordini Polar Mitt is hands down one of the best values on the market for a set of cold weather mittens.  These mittens are waterproof to keep the moisture out on wet snow...