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The Tecnica Dragon 120 HiPerFit ski boot was a pleasure to review, so much so that I never really wanted to take them off.
The North Face Vortex II glove and The North Face S.T.H. glove are excellent ski gloves, but both serve very different requirements.
North Face starts the 2008/09 ski season with an exceptional North Face Explosivo and Hetch Stretchy jackets. No need for layering with this jackets.
Volkl's Tigershare 12 Foot Power Switch Ski makes the most obvious use of technology of any of the skis we reviewed. This is both good and bad, as we find, as the Volkl Tigershark's Power Switch technology doesn't provide enough benefit to truly make it
Mountain Hardwear may well be pushing innovation farther than any other ski apparel manufacturer. The Mountain Hardwear Synchro pant and jacket, as well as the Hairpin and Edge jackets, suggest that those who have fixated on Spyder, Kjus, Cloudveil, Arc'
The North Face jackets like the North Face Free Thinker, North Face Sedition II, North Face Foil Thermal, and North Face Wavy Triclimate, set the gold standard for ski jackets. We reviewed them against Arc'Teryx, Mountain Hardwear, and others and The Nor
Arc'Teryx's Sidewinder SV jacket and pant will keep you warm and bone-dry. Are they worth the price? The Open Road puts its money where its mouth is.
Tecnica may well have created the best ski boot ever in the Tecnica Diablo Magma HiPerFit. It has amazing flex and grip that make it the best ski boot we've reviewed. Just make sure you buy a size down as there's plenty of room....
When old technology meets new technology.
A glove that self-regulates heat? Amazing.