New Products 2021
The best new gear for everything from the mountain to the trail and beyond.
Ledlenser / H19R Signature Headlamp
With up to 4,000 lumens, this $350 high-end headlamp is designed for demanding outdoor adventurers. Its Fusion Beam combines the power of two lenses and enables individually dimmable flood and spot beams for custom and precise illumination. Ledlenser’s Connect App and Bluetooth remote control allow for the headlamp to be personalized and controlled remotely. Optisense Technology allows for automatic adjustment of luminosity to surrounding light conditions, preventing glare.
Chaco / Ramble Collection
Combining the cozy comforts of a house slipper with some outdoor tech attributes, the ultra-lightweight slip on booties in the Ramble line have a water resistant, quilted rip-stop nylon exterior, cinch down straps for a secure fit, a grippy outsole, cozy fleece-lined interior and arch support.
Bogs / Snowday II
A slip-on camp shoe that brings a deep set of features to the table, the $70 Snowday II features the brand’s Max-Wick lining that wicks sweat and a fleece lining that offers warmth. A Bloom foam footbed ensures comfort.
Gregory / Border Traveler 30L
The $150 Border Traveler has performance tech in a carry-on travel pack. Its ActiveShield compartment, with Polygiene antimicrobial technology, separates dirty or wet clothing from clean items, and its Polygiene Stay Fresh treatment inhibits the growth of odor-causing bacteria. The Border Traveler’s split case design divides the pack in two for easy access to essentials, and an ultra-cushioned backpanel and shoulder harnesses deliver a high quality fit. The Border Traveler is made of recycled materials.
Osprey / Glade 12L
This winter sports hydration pack has a slim profile for safe lift riding and a stable carry whether skiing, snowboarding, fat biking, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. The Glade is equipped with a 2.5- liter reservoir and insulated hose to keep water flowing in cold conditions. The pack is constructed with durable high tenacity nylon. Its sustainable build features bluesign-approved nylon, GRS-certified recycled materials and PFC-free DWR.
Sunday Afternoons / Snowmelt Merino Beanie & Alpine Tundra Cap
The Alpine Tundra Cap, $48, and Snowmelt Merino Beanie, $36, focus on performance, warmth, style and sustainability. Warmth stays in with the Alpine Tundra Cap thanks to its Cross Core aerogel insulation and a cozy flannel liner that provides extra warmth. BreezeBlocker windproof ear flaps can be folded up and away easily. The Snowmelt Beanie features Everwool 100 percent extra fine Merino wool.
Hilleberg / Soulo BL
Part of the company’s all-season Black Label series, the $825 Soulo BL is a tough and durable solo tent with 10 mm DAC poles and Kerlon 1800 outer fabric. The Soulo BL’s fully freestanding construction includes an integrated vestibule, creates multiple crossings of the poles for strength that can stand up to extreme conditions, and offers a livable interior and vestibule space, all at a 2.8 kg/6 lbs. 3 oz. packed weight.
Marker / Phoenix 2
Designed with improved fit and comfort in mind, the Phoenix 2 helmet features Marker’s new RTS 360 degree fit system that surrounds the entire head and centers it in the helmet. And the brand’s So-Gnar earpads provide added comfort and warmth. The helmet also comes with a replaceable and washable fleece lining. MAP technology provides protection with shock-absorbing material that returns to its original state upon impact and automatically adapts to the head shape to avoid pressure points.
Bollé / Ryft
Introduced in one-model last year, the Ryft has been expanded for the 2021-2022 season into a family of helmets. It features bigger and wider vents than traditional snow helmets, a result of Bollé’s Active Panel Ventilation system that enhances airflow while still meeting the high impact protection norms. Bollé is introducing four new helmets into the RYFT family. This includes the new RYFT Evo MIPS, RYFT Pure, V-RYFT MIPS and V-RYFT Pure. The new V-RYFT Pure takes all of the features found on the RYFT Pure and includes a visor. The V-RYFT Pure includes 2 interchangeable visors including a Photochromic option.
Bollé / Torus
Featuring new Volt lens technology, the Torus combines the benefits of cylindrical and spherical lenses, minimizing distortion and glare while optimizing fog management and frame valuation. The unique lens’ design benefits include a maximized field of vision coupled with greater airflow due to increased volume to reduce fogging.
Revo x Bode Miller
A new capsule collection of goggles from heritage eyewear brand Revo and ski champ Bode Miller integrates the brand’s polarized lens technology adapted for the slopes with Photochromic properties. The $230 goggles have Revo’s high-contrast polarized Serilium+ lenses, featuring a lightweight, impact-resistant, glare-reducing nylon; and also have Revo’s Light Management System, which filters harmful UV, HEV and Blue Light while reducing glare and enhancing clarity of digital screens.
Marker / Ultralight Flex Goggles
An anti-fog coating on the lens yields clear vision even in poor visibility. The frame-free design makes these goggles lighter and more flexible than conventional ski goggles. They also adapt to multiple face shapes, and fit closer to the face than framed goggles, giving an extended field of view for panoramic vision.
Bertucci / A-2CT Cera-Ti
This $220 titanium field watch has a heat-cured ceramic coating for enhanced abrasion, corrosion, chemical and impact resistance. It comes with either a U.S. Patented, B-Type, heavy-duty nylon webbing band or a Tridura Ultra-Duty band. The watch also features hardened sapphire crystal for maximum scratch resistance and Swiss super luminous hands and markers for readability in low-light conditions.