The Italian sunglass company unveils a new line of helmets and goggles at SIA.
After a three-year hiatus from the U.S. marketplace, Carrera unveiled its American line at SIA 2012. Top-of-the-line helmets include the men’s Enigma and the women’s Paradox (both $160), with M.A.S. (Multi Air System) active ventilation, seamless goggle integration and Carrera’s new Thermo Cool liner, a technical fabric designed to respond to the wearer’s heating and cooling needs.
Girls go big too, so Ortovox designed the 22-liter Freerider to keep up.
Girls go big too, so Ortovox designed the 22-liter Freerider to keep up. To start, the hydration-compatible Freerider has a rugged spine-protector that meets European safety standards. A tricked-out organization system keeps your probe, shovel, snow-study tools, and maps easily accessible in the front pocket, while the main compartment is big enough for extra layers, goggles, gloves and other small necessities. Water-resistant zips keep your extra layers dry, and durable straps carry skis diagonally or A-frame-style. Feeling jealous fellas?