Salewa’s new mountain training shoe, Dynafit’s revolutionary new ski boot, the ultimate parka from Arc’teryx and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Mountainsmith World Cup Pack
As a part of their all-new Roots Collection, Mountainsmith have released the World Cup pack. The bag is inspired by Mountainsmith’s classic designs from the mid-’90s. The World Cup, along with the rest of the Roots Collection, will be available starting in July.
Big Agnes Dunkley Belay Jacket
Updated for 2016, the Big Agnes Dunkley Belay jacket gets a new helmet-compatible hood and 120 grams of Pinneco Core insulation that offers an excellent weight-to-warmth ratio.
Helle Mândra Knife
Helle’s new full-tang neck knife was designed with Les Stroud — star of the popular television show Survivorman.
The new Dynafit TLT7 is revolutionizing the uphill ski game again by utilizing a single-buckle system to close the boot and a new, shorter toe piece.
Salewa Ultra Train GTX
New for 2016, Salewa is introducing the Ultra Train GTX. It is an all-new approach/light hiker/”mountain training” shoe that hits all of the right marks. It offers excellent support while still providing the necessary freedom of movement demanded by dynamic outdoor activities. A Michelin rubber outsole provides ample grip and a Gore-Tex membrane bootie keeps your feet dry regardless of weather conditions.
Arc’teryx Firebee AR Parka
Arc’teryx’s newest parka features Gore’s highly water-resistant 30d Thermium shell, stuffed with 850-fill European gray goose down.
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