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Ski Canada @ 50 – Style Icons: Canadian Classics

DAVID S. REID DOWN ERA: A staple in the winter Eaton’s catalogue as well as skiing specialty shops across Canada, David S. Reid was synonymous with skiwear in the 1970s, especially the iconic quilted, tapered pullover jacket filled with premium-quality down. His clothing line supplied Canada’s national ski team for many years, winning the endorsement … More »

Gear & Gadgets Vol 48 #1

SEIRUS MAGNEMASK   It’s the magnetic seams that are the key design element in making the Seirus Magnemask unique. A snug fit that allows good breathability and non-interference with goggles is expected in a mask, but when you do slow down your speed and are able to expose your face to the elements, simply pull … More »

These Boots Were Made for Skiing

from Buyer’s Guide 2012 2012 Alpine Boot specifications The ski world is growing up and it all starts with your on-slope connection—those weapons that buckle onto your feet. This season’s trends include extending the toe pocket—and moving lasts north of 100— without loss of performance and, as no small benefit, with added warmth. Manufacturers mitigate … More »

Intuition liners

Ski Canada @ 50 – Style Icons: Canadian Classics

DAVID S. REID DOWN ERA: A staple in the winter Eaton’s catalogue as well as skiing specialty shops across Canada, David S. Reid was synonymous with skiwear in the 1970s, especially the iconic quilted, tapered pullover jacket filled with premium-quality down. His clothing line supplied Canada’s national ski team for many years, winning the endorsement … More »

Gear & Gadgets Vol 48 #1

SEIRUS MAGNEMASK   It’s the magnetic seams that are the key design element in making the Seirus Magnemask unique. A snug fit that allows good breathability and non-interference with goggles is expected in a mask, but when you do slow down your speed and are able to expose your face to the elements, simply pull … More »

These Boots Were Made for Skiing

from Buyer’s Guide 2012 2012 Alpine Boot specifications The ski world is growing up and it all starts with your on-slope connection—those weapons that buckle onto your feet. This season’s trends include extending the toe pocket—and moving lasts north of 100— without loss of performance and, as no small benefit, with added warmth. Manufacturers mitigate … More »

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