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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K2 Kwicker


K2 is resurrecting the clicker for their brand new Kwicker system that's lighter and more efficient for you backcountry riders who want a simpler and faster setup on the mountain. The Kwicker system reduces the complications of previous models with a pin-less design and an internal support system in the boot that has the fit, feel, and flex that's close to what you're used to in a conventional binding. Available Fall 2013.

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Arc'teryx Keibo Jacket


The Keibo might just look like your average winter shell, but look closer and you'll find out why its one of Arc'teryx's flagship pieces. Under the three-layer GORE-PRO shell is Coreloft Compact, a compressed synthetic insulation that has all the warming properties of bulkier insulation in a more compact size. Its also chock full of features including an insulated collar, laminated chin-guard with a brushed microsuede lining, and a urethane coated media pocket to reduce condensation on your device and a watertight zip to keep moisture from coming in. $750, Arc'teryx

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Filson x Burton


Outdoor goods purveyor Filson and snowboarding pioneers Burton join forces to take on the mountain with a rugged line of outerwear. The jackets and pants combine Burton's styling and expertise in snowboard apparel with Filson's trademark Cover Cloth, Tin Cloth, and Mackinaw wool fabrics. $249-$324, Filson


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Dragon NFX Goggle


Dragon evolves its frameless goggle design with the debut of a new version that takes on a more cylindrical, classic lens shape. The NFXs give the wearer tons of peripheral vision on the mountain and armored venting and "Super Anti-Fog" to keep your vision nice and clear no matter what the conditions are. $160-$180, The House Boardshop

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Zai Laisa Skis


If you plan on hitting the mountain this season armed with only the best, Zai's new Laisa Ski should deliver and then some. Built using a high performance recipe of vulcanized natural rubber, proprietary "zaira" compound, and carbon fibre, the Laisa is ready for any run with narrow tips that will tear through powder with ease. $5,082, Zai

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Oakley Airwave Goggle


While its not quite Master Chief's heads up display, Oakley's Airwave Goggle is a nice first step. The goggle uses Recon Instrument's latest HUD technology to give you performance stats like distance, speed, airtime and temperature as well as preloaded resort map information. It also features Bluetooth connectivity for displaying incoming calls, text messages, and music controls. $600, Oakley

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Smith I/OX


Smith's flagshop I/O goggle gets bigger and better this year with a larger, frameless lens that provides a wider peripheral and 5X Anti-Fog treatment to keep your view clear and fog-free at all times. And if you want completely eradicate any chance of fog, the goggle is also available with a military-derived turbo-fan to give you the best possible view of the mountain no matter what the conditions. $175-$275 Smith

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