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Gear up for down hill

You don’t want to be feeling down while going down, fast. Here’s what 
you need to keep your spirits up – and to stay warm. It’s important to stay warm.


Sensors 
with sensibility

The Skull Orbic Comp helmet is equipped with MIPS (multidirectional impact protection system) to reduce rotational forces to the brain in the event of a crash. The impact sensors also tell you when it is time to replace your helmet
€430.
pocsports.com


May you never need one

Black Diamond’s Halo 28 Jetforce avalanche airbag revolutionizes the way avalanche airbags work. It fills -itself using a fan and ambient air, so there’s no need for canisters or refills. In other words, nothing that can’t be carried on an airplane.
€850. 

blackdiamond-equipment.com


Elementary

There’s no such thing as bad weather, just -inappropriate clothing, right? Well, why chance it? Patagonia’s jackets, “engineered” with -durable three-layer nylon new generation Gore--Tex fabric, are made to do battle with the 
elements.
€575.
patagonia.com


Your bag, baby

Developed together with skiers, surfers, and other adventurers, and -including input from airlines, Douchebag makes a legitimate case for its vision to be the best travel equipment for epic adventures all around 
the world.
€220. 

mydouchebag.com


Early birds catch 
the powder

Helly Hansen’s First Tracks app wakes you up bright and early if it’s snowed overnight. The app uses your location to retrieve local weather -information.
Free!
hellyhansen.com/
firsttracks


Go big

The Q-115 ski makes light work of deep powder. Its profile – a -rockered tip with traditional camber -underfoot combined with an early rise tail – gives it the directional stability that’s needed to go big.
€650.
salomon.com

 

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