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Hot Stuff

Even in the bitter cold of January, the gear here is sure to make you a warmer human being.

Published: January 2006

MARKER M3helmet ($130)
Keep a lid on to trap all that precious head-heat. Most helmets are warmer than any hat you'll find, especially one with vent-hole plugs, like the M3.

MOUNTAIN HARDWEAR Sub Zero parka ($175)
650-fill down armors you for anything short of Arctic temps, without making you look like the Michelin Man. A longer cut and fleece-lined collar seal the deal.

BootGlove Gloves 2001-02


A preview of BootGlove Gloves 2001-02.

Burton Gloves 2001-02


A preview of Burton Gloves 2001-02.

Have It Your Way


Accessories are more customized than ever. We highlight 31 must-have goggles, sunglasses, poles, helmets and gloves, so you're sure to find your match.

Holiday Cheer


'Tis the season for gift ideas guaranteed to warm winter's chill.

Descente Gloves 2001-02


Three new fabrics are being introduced into Descente's line this year: Z-10, DT 5000, and Derimax, a heavy-duty performance fabric.

Gates Gloves 2001-02


Gates Gloves 2001-02
Gates introduces a completely updated line for next season, including the Gates Wintersports (ski collection) and Fusion (snowboard collection) among other technical categories

Digit Defense Department


Following in the footsteps of hardgoods manufacturers, glove makers are now using their contract athletes to field test gloves under extreme conditions-and using that information to improve their products.

SmartWool Gloves 2001-02


The entire SmartWool glove line has been redesigned with goatskin Graflex leather for the 2001¿2002 season, known for its soft and supple feel that also makes the glove waterproof and breathable.

Backcountry Safety Basics


A guide to backcountry safety basics.

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