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Mammut

2022 Powder Buyer’s Guide pt 7 – outerwear

LAYERING 2022  Staying comfortable on the ski hill is as much about staying cool as it is staying warm. Get sweaty and then sit on a chairlift for 15 minutes and you’ll probably feel cold, even with the best layering system. Add some cotton or a non-breathable jacket into the mix and it’s a recipe … More »

Gear & Gadgets Vol 47.3

1. Made for changing mountain weather, Oakley’s Prizm React technology in its new rimless-design Fall Line XL goggle ($375) allows you to change your lens without, well, changing your lens. From sun to snow, morning to alpenglow, even a finger inside a mitten can touch a discreet button on the frame to control the amount … More »

Shell Collection

  from Fall 2014 issue 1. The classic Swiss alpine company Mammut may have its roots firmly based in mountain climbing, but skiers love the association as much as the gear’s durability and fit. The Masao Jacket ($329) in seven colours is one tough shell for the price, with a firm-feeling three-layer breathable/waterproof DryTech fabric that … More »

Mammut

2022 Powder Buyer’s Guide pt 7 – outerwear

LAYERING 2022  Staying comfortable on the ski hill is as much about staying cool as it is staying warm. Get sweaty and then sit on a chairlift for 15 minutes and you’ll probably feel cold, even with the best layering system. Add some cotton or a non-breathable jacket into the mix and it’s a recipe … More »

Gear & Gadgets Vol 47.3

1. Made for changing mountain weather, Oakley’s Prizm React technology in its new rimless-design Fall Line XL goggle ($375) allows you to change your lens without, well, changing your lens. From sun to snow, morning to alpenglow, even a finger inside a mitten can touch a discreet button on the frame to control the amount … More »

Shell Collection

  from Fall 2014 issue 1. The classic Swiss alpine company Mammut may have its roots firmly based in mountain climbing, but skiers love the association as much as the gear’s durability and fit. The Masao Jacket ($329) in seven colours is one tough shell for the price, with a firm-feeling three-layer breathable/waterproof DryTech fabric that … More »

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