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Anyone know this brand of jacket?

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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'...


Which jacket is warmer? Thorium AR or Cerium LT?

Hi all - i will be getting one of these and can't decide, anyone have experience with both I know the Cerium is lighter and has better quality down. But Thorium has more down. Uses will be insulation under shell, standalone on weather appropriate days, and around town. Just curious to know which one is warmer. submitted by /u/Shadqc [link] [comments]...


SKU-8960k2spf76w14zz-k2-skis K2 Superific 76 Skis from Altrec  sku

K2 Superific 76 Skis - 8960k2spf76w14zz-k2-skis by K2

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by K2 - This lively and responsive ski provides excellent performance on any run at the mountain regardless of snow condition or terrain. All Terrain Rocker Sizes: 139/ 146/ 153/ 160 Construction: Triaxial Braid Cap Construction Core: Bioflex 1; 80% Aspen/ 20% Paulownia Radius: 14m @ 160... Learn More

Manufacturer: K2

Keywords: Skis

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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

$303.35

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