The ease of the iPod-like touch-bevel makes the GPS-enabled Forerunner 405 a snap—or rather, a scroll—to use. It responds to your touch, even if you’re wearing gloves. Off the hill, use it to train. Set up a run with a virtual partner, then download and analyze distance, speed and heart rate data. $300; garmin.com
Pro skiers use them, so they should be good enough for you. Right?
Philip Tavell, head honcho of Helly Hansen’s ski line, dishes on fashion trends, Scandinavian scruples, and new gear shown at Aspen International Fashion Week.
We’re on 2015’s best boards at Snowbird. We’ll let you know what we find out.
Your puffy keeps you warm, dry, and looking fantastic all winter long. Return the favor and give it some hard-earned TLC.
Experts spell out how and when your bindings release.
Next year's ski boots have a little for everyone.
With increased compatibility, next year's ski bindings are blurring the lines between alpine and backcountry.
In 2014-15, lightweight doesn't always mean less burly.
Goggle technology makes big strides for next season.
Mobility and technical fabrics combine with retro flair in next year's outerwear.