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Bak to the Future

Bak to the Future
CamelBak ShredPak
CamelBak ShredPak

Wearable drinking systems were a giant leap for athletes. But hydration backpacks aren’t without shortcomings—like straps that can tangle with chairlifts and tree limbs, and drinking tubes that are prone to freezing. Designed for winter athletes, the new CamelBak ShredPak ($200) integrates a removable 72-ounce reservoir with a softshell vest, which prevents water from freezing and gives the system a low-bulk, strap-free fit. http://www.camelbak.com

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Loaded
Rossignol Super Galactic Wheelie
Rossignol Super Galactic Wheelie

The Rossignol Super Galactic Wheelie ($200) travels well in today’s world of strict baggage rules and fees: It’s big enough to consolidate his and her luggage into one bag for a week’s ski trip but not so oversized that it exceeds weight limits when fully packed. The bottom compartment keeps boots in their place, and the rugged construction scoffs at baggage handler abuse. An external zipped pocket for key paperwork, a cinched internal bag for valuables and large inline skate wheels make it a one-bag quiver for the ski traveler. http://www.rossignol.com

Instant Ski Rack—for $20

Instant Ski Rack—for $20
Raxstars Rack
Raxstars car-top ski carrier works with factory racks; gives you options in a pinch

Raxstars is a new, elegantly simple, single-pair car-top ski carrier that fits in a glove compartment and can be installed on cars with factory-rack crossbars in seconds—with no tools. For serious skiers who get to the mountain frequently, it won’t take the place of a car-top box. But one or two Raxstars might be nice to have as an auxiliary system for when the box is full. And for occasional skiers who might live in the suburbs and don’t have a box or rack, it’s a great low-cost solution that gets your gear out of the car’s interior for the long ride to the mountains.

Mountainsmith Utili-Tote

Mountainsmith Utili-Tote

How many times have you woken up to a snow report of fresh powder, only to be slowed down by an hour-long search for your scattered gear? Get out the door and on the mountain faster by storing your stuff in Mountainsmith’s new Utili-Tote. Two front pockets hold small stuff (goggles, gloves, extra socks); the main compartment fits your boots plus a helmet and water bottle (with a zip pouch for keys and cards). The tote’s rubberized bottom keeps it from slipping or sliding and prevents your snow-caked boots from soaking your car’s upholstery. The Utili-Tote debuts in January 2010 – something to look forward to after the holidays! 

$70; www.mountainsmith.com

Keep all your essentials in one place.

How many times have you woken up to a snow report of fresh powder, only to be slowed down by an hour-long search for your scattered gear? Get out the door and on the mountain faster by storing your stuff in Mountainsmith’s new Utili-Tote. Two front pockets hold small stuff (goggles, gloves, extra socks); the main compartment fits your boots plus a helmet and water bottle (with a zip pouch for keys and cards). The tote’s rubberized bottom keeps it from slipping or sliding and prevents your snow-caked boots from soaking your car’s upholstery.

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