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Bode's Bag


America's hottest racing phenom logs 230 days a year on the road. Meet his traveling companions.

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.

Honey, I Forgot the Kids


As with any mass overland invasion, planning and executing a trip to the slopes requires a sound strategy.

No Mountain? No Problem

From the Top

When it comes to skiing, if there's a will, there's a way.

Bode Miller: Medals, Mindsets, Mittens


Miller speaks with journalists after his weekend slalom victory, his third World Cup win of the season.

Warm Hands


Wave off finger-freezing cold with the right gloves and mittens.

Preventing Pint-Sized Frostbite


Kids have a greater surface-area-to-weight ratio than adults and they have less insulating fat.

Bode Miller Vies for World Cup Title


Bode Miller is the first American in 20 years in contention for the overall World Cup title. He is breaking all the rules—and winning.

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