Union Forged FC Binding


You know a product is good when it wins an award and its not even out yet. Union's Forged FC Binding was the result of two of years of development with Lamborghini's Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory to create the first binding made out of Forged Carbon, an incredibly strong and ultralight material that helps deliver enhanced responsiveness and control on the mountain.


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Oakley Flight Deck Goggle


Next season Oakley will be releasing its first frameless goggle, the Flight Deck. Oakley is claiming the largest field of vision with a jumbo-sized spherical lens that's easy to swap in and out and the brand's proven optics for low distortion, optical quality, and minimal fogging.

$TBD, Oakley (via Menshealth.de)

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POC Skull Orbic H.I. MIPS Helmet


POC presents what looks to be one of the safest helmets out there, the Skull Orbic H.I. MIPS. The helmet has an innovative Helmet Integrity Sensor that lets you check the integrity of the helmet with just a press of the button. This is detected by a system of stress-strain sensors located throughout the helmet which record whether or not everything is working at 100%. It also features a MIPS system to that helps reduce rotational forces on the brain in the event of a crash.


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Isaora x Quiksilver Rare Earth Collection


Quiksilver and Isaora finally releases their almost head-to-toe snowboarding collaboration, the Rare Earth Collection. Featuring graphics by Ae Aerosyn-Lex, the Rare Earth Collection includes technical snowboarding jackets and pants, Quiksilver Hubble Goggles, a Heli Pack, and a special edition Lib-tech Snowboard.

$165-$795, Isaora


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Carrera Spirit SPH


Carrera goes retro for their latest snow goggle, the Spirit SPH. The goggle's classic design is complemented by an easy to use lens change system that uses the front pins to pop out and pop in lenses easily. Each goggle also comes with an extra lens to keep you ready as the conditions change.


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Endeavor Archetype


If your snowboarding runs consist of dropping out of choppers to take on powder-covered mountains, this just might be the board for you. Endeavor's Archetype is a lightweight, powder-specific snowboard with a split tail that sinks into the snow for a ride that floats in the powder and also makes for a very responsive ride when you need to quickly navigate those tight turns. The board also features a seamless, one-piece sidewall, carbon reinforced laminate, and laser-etched graphics in the top sheet that give you a peek at the board's construction.

$1,329, Endeavor

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Adidas Snowboarding Boots


This winter, adidas is launching their first snowboarding boot range, and they've teamed up with professional rider Jake Blauvelt for their flagship boot. The boot is inspired by the design of the F-50 and Predator football cleats and features Continental rubber soles, an active heel harness to decrease heel-slip, merino wool lining, integrated Recco avalanche rescue technology, adiprene, and even an odor neutralizer that uses coffee grounds to stomp out the stink. adidas is also launching a snowboarding version of the classic Samba sneaker, which you can view after the jump.



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Burton Fall/Winter '13/14


While its still summer for most people across the nation, August marks the release of the Snowboard industry's latest and greatest. Today we're looking at Burton's newest lineup which boasts the latest in lightweight board technology, recycled fabrics in their outerwear line, and high performance boots and bindings with improved fits and quicker adjustability.



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Anon M2


Anon is already taking its game changing M1 goggle design to the next level with the a bigger and badder sequel, the M2. The new M2 will feature a larger, frameless lens design for a wider field of vision and the magnetic lens attachment system makes it one of, if not the easiest solution for instant lens swaps on the slopes. In stores Fall 2013. Anon

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Leatherman x Signal Snowboards


Looks like Signal Snowboards wanted to create the only snowboarding tool you'll ever need and who better to team up with than multi-tool experts Leatherman. Available in two models, the carbiner style tools both feature a scraping edge, #3 flat/phillips bit, headphone wrap, and it makes for a perfect accessory for tightening boot laces. If you need the be-all and end-all tool, the Hail model (top right) can also be purchased with a Style PS multitool which can be inserted and held inside the clip. $25-$45, Signal Snowboards

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