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Double Ski Bag Recommendations?

Hey everyone! So I'm in need of a new ski bag, preferably a double capacity. I really like the North Face Snow Roller, but at $250 its not cheap. What does everyone else use submitted by /u/m4ttr33d [link] [comments]...


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New outdoor shoe company!

Hey guys! Thought some of you might be interested in a slightly different take on an 'outdoor' boot. ​ I wanted to have the performance benefits of a traditional outdoor hiking boot (durable upper, water-resistant, all-terrain tread), while at the same time adding in a bit of a 'street' appeal as well...making this a boot you can take both on and off the trails! ​ We just launched on Kickstarter and in 23 hours we raised 30K and were 100% funded :) ​ If you h...


Ascentshell and other WPB membranes for winter mountaineering

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Good Base Layer Options for a frugal girlfriend

So, I like to invest in good gear, my girl likes to spend as little money as possible. I've convinced her to spend good money on boots and a jacket, but base layers are proving to be more difficult. ​ So, I need good base layer shirts, underwear, and socks for warm and cold seasons for her. I'd appreciate any advice I can get. submitted by /u/Watsyurdeal [link] [comments]...


Gear advice

Hey guys! I'm looking for some advice on some new base and mid-layers, currently I have some standard synthetic base layers one from north face and one from under armour. For my mid-layers I only have the Patagonia r1 regulator fleece. For my outer layer I have the Arc'Teryx Beta AR (revised). Firstly, Do you guys have any specific advice on some top of the range base and mid-layers Secondly, should I stick with the Arc'Teryx Beta AR as my outer or is there something better that'...


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K2 Luna Skis - 8949k2luna16zz-k2-skis by K2

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by K2 - The K2 Luna Skis are entry-level snow sliders for the beginner or casual skier who wants a quality pair of skis for the right price. K2 uses their tried and true torsion box construction with cap sidewalls, which is a durable long-lasting design that also reduces the overall ski weight. Catch-Free Rocker also makes skiing more fun by helping you initiate and finish turns. Enjoy your ski day with the easy-to-use, lightweight Luna Skis from K2... Learn More

Manufacturer: K2

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Store: Altrec.com has been serving the outdoor internet community since 1996. We have thousands of bikes, snowboards, skis, boots, bindings, clothing, and accessories in stock and at your fingertips.

Category: Skis

$199.95

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