Everyone who does anything outside—skiing, surfing, biking, camping, kayaking, climbing—should have one of these in the trunk. (We like it because we’re tired of wrestling our kids into ski boots while they balance precariously on one foot in the snowy parking lot.) It folds up so the dirty side is always on the inside, a carabiner attaches to a backpack, and it’s insulated so your feet don't get cold. (Race gatekeepers: take note.) Qwickstand is $15, shipped to your door.
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The best excuse to buy new gear is to get rid of your old stuff.
Mistakes in our 2014 Buyers Guide are corrected here. SKI regrets the errors.
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Welcome to Gearfinder 2013-14, SKI Magazine’s comprehensive compendium of information on virtually every adult recreational ski on the market.
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