Shop by Store


Shop by Category

Camping

Kayaking

Apparel

Climbing

Hiking

Fishing

Hunting

Cabins

Mens Clothing

Womens Clothing

Cycling

Footwear

Ski

Other

Forestry

Batteries

Activewear

Boots

Kids



Hiking News:

New Gear Review | Patagonia's Silent Down

submitted by /u/thepuregear [link] [comments]...


Mid-layer jack-of-all-trades jacket (Nano Air, First Light, etc) advice?

Hey folks. My first post here and I'd really appreciate some advice. I run warm. Main winter sports are downhill skiing, trail running, some fat biking, I don't do any winter camping anymore, but tons of hiking. I got a sizable discount on Patagonia (1 time) and a gift card so I'm inclined to grab something like a Nano Air, but concerned with long-term durability and loft. Will it hold up and stay warm for many years Some people have said the Light pullover is the way to go. Also ...


Hello people, what do you think of my latest invention?

submitted by /u/mveljko78 [link] [comments]...


Stop me from pulling trigger on L.L. Bean Packaway Hoody

Breath-ability and ruggedness aren't major concerns. As such, got scared off certain jackets because of them favoring breath-ability through side panels in sacrifice of warmth. ​ Also, the jacket will get minimal use and almost never get packed or washed. ​ Waterproof I could go either way, but at least want half way decent water resistance. ​ ​ I had done some research and was settled on the Arcíteryx Atom LT Hoody, but kept reading about people saying it just w...


Lifetime Warranties?

I work in a semi-professional attire job (in a hospital). I bounce between scrubs and casual dress for days with meetings/conferences. Because I donít dress up every day, Iím hoping to buy clothes I can get more than one use out of (ie casual, hiking, working, etc.) Iím looking for companies that sell clothing that has a really good warranty. The only outdoor companies with lifetime warranties that I know of are Osprey (love their stuff, but no clothes) Eddie Bauer, and L.L. Bean. The reason Iím...


I would like to know about Western Mountaineering Ion Parka

I am considering to buy the Arcteryx Firebee Parka; however, it's too expensive. So, I search for the alternative and found the Ion Parka by Western Mountaineering, but I could not find any review about it. It also has the same amount of down fill and down weight, with gore windstopper, and almost the same weight with the Firebee ​ I know the reputation of Western Mountaineering for sleeping bag but I know nothing about their parka, so can anyone share the your experience with me Is t...


SKU-8979ffhoji14zz-4frnt-skis 4FRNT Hoji Skis from Altrec  sku

4FRNT Hoji Skis - 8979ffhoji14zz-4frnt-skis by 4FRNT

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by 4FRNT - Late one night, I went back to the office where Eric remained busy crafting a narrower shape out of the same camber forms as the Renegade. I arrived just in time, music blaring with smoke in the air, with Eric fitting the edges shortly after mixing the pot of resin. I did as he asked, with each swipe of resin and with every layer of fiberglass we pieced together the ski he had been dreaming of for weeks. "Based off of the performance qualities developed, tested and proven by the Renegade, the HOJI incorporates Reflect Tech, matching the rocker profile with the sidecut radius. This gives the HOJI an unparalleled powder carving sensation that I have yet to experience on any other ski (except for the Renegade of course . With a 112mm waist it is designed to also be a versatile ski in firmer snow conditions for ski touring. I am extremely excited about the HOJI and I will have them on my feet for a good portion of the season." Signature series Art: Eric Hjorleifson Semi: Semi-cap partially wraps the topsheet around the sidewall for additional durability-cap construction Hi-Lite core Sintered base Full-wrap edge Groomers: 7 Powder: 12 Park: 3 Halfpipe: 2 All mountain: 10 Tip/ Tail Taper: The neutral sidecut length at the tip and tails' widest dimension Asymmetrical: A directional shape gives the ski a more consistent feel Reverse Camber: A full radius along the length of the ski gives the ski maximum float, and nimble turning Big Mountain: These skis will get you down the steepest, tightest and most exposed lines out there Reflect Tech: Reflect Technology was dreamed up by the mind of Eric Hjorleifson as a way to make rocker and side-cut work together... Learn More

Manufacturer: 4FRNT

Keywords: Skis

Altrec.com

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

$517.95

See the Price of 4FRNT Hoji Skis

You may also consider:

  Fischer Big Stix 120 Skis
NEW. The widest we make and used by our top pros! 120mm wide underfoot, Freeski ROCKER, and sandwich sidewall construction: these are just a few highlights from this big mountain weapon. Sandwich Sidewall Construction Air Carbon Freeski Rocker Radius 26 m (189 cm Sample Length Sidecut 141 - 120 - 128 mm Skill Level: 8-10 100% Off Piste ...See The Price
 
  Line Mordecai Skis
The Mordecai – meaning, “warrior,” of course – is LINE pro Eric Pollard’s wider all terrain ski that’s prepared to slash, butter, and smear any and every feature the mountain lays before you. This is the predecessor of Mr. Pollard’s award-winning Opus ski. Nimble and playful through pow and crud alike, with an excellent weight-to-strength ratio, the LINE Mordecai’s Symmetric Flex™ and lightweight Partly Clo ...See The Price
 
  Line Sick Day 110 Skis
In three short years of life, the LINE Sick Day has become one of the most awarded ski shapes in the world. Taste the remedy for yourself, and your boss might just never see you again. The Sick Day 110 is the Jeff Curry-inspired crowd favorite for conquering the slack country, backcountry, and hardpack. Let this ski’s lively aspen and tough maple core composite carry you from first bell to last call, or take it out of bounds to taste what LINE pro Andrew Whiteford calls the “ ...See The Price