ThirtyTwo Ultralight 2


Snowboarding boots will always look like big, clunky moon boots, but that doesn't mean they should weigh you down. ThirtyTwo is releasing their lightest snowboarding boot the Ultralight 2 and it may just be your favorite new addition to your snowboarding equipment this season.

They've ditched the rubber for an outsole made from High Density Evolution Foam and that makes the boot extra light helping to reduce tired legs and fatigue on the slopes. It also has a heat moldable liner so you can get a custom fit and an articulating cuff helps keep your heel locked down.

$379, ThirtyTwo

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Quoc Pham Urbanite


These are definitely some of the best looking cycling shoes we've ever come across. They combine the styling of a luxurious sneaker with all the functionality of a SPD clipless pedal sole. All of that in a sneaker that looks nothing like a cycling shoe and a look that translates from bike to street with ease.

The shoe also comes in a mid-top model and both styles feature handcrafted leather uppers, 3M reflective heel strips for low light visibility, and of course, the SPD clipless compatible sole.

$226, Always Riding

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House Industries Velo


House Industries has got quite the collection to complement the release of its new font family, Velo Serif. They company has got a full-on cycling, accessory, and clothing collection and have teamed up with brands like Waterford USA, Brooks, Cinelli, Tanner Goods, and Tellason.

The crown jewel of the collection is the House Velo Bicycle which features livery in their Velo Serif font, a Waterford Frame, Paul Racer Brakes, Mavic Open Pro rims, Brooks Saddle, and a Specialites TA Crank. Other pieces in the collection include individual Waterford Frames, Paul Racer Brakes, Tanner Goods Bags, Tellason Jeans, and ceramics mugs and plates from Japan's Hasamiyaki.

House Industries


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Oakley A Frame 2.0


If you've been on a pair of skis or snowboard in the last decade odds are you've seen the Oakley A Frame or have even wore a pair yourself. Oakley's popular goggle is back this winter with a brand new version that streamlines the design, but still keeps its iconic look.

The frame loses the bulk with a lower profile design that has better compatibility with helmets and those signature dual vents have been updated with metallic icon accents. You also get a wider field of view with a larger lens which can be setup with a library of lens choices from sun-shielding mirrored iridium lenses to low-light specific lenses for overcast conditions.

$110-$180, Oakley

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Nike x Undercover Gyakusou Holiday '14


Nike and Jun Takahashi's highly coveted and ongoing running collection enters the winter months with their upcoming Gyakusou Holiday '14 lineup.

Bound to sell out quickly like every season before it, this Holiday's collection will feature an almost head-to-toe collection of technical running wear including jackets, vests, hoodies, 4-way strech pants, and a cap and earband to keep your head nice and warm on those frosty morning runs.


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Nike Snowboarding Goggles


There are two things to point out here. Number one: this is Nike's first collection of snowboarding goggles. Number two: this is Nike's last collection of snowboarding goggles...for now.

Yes, Nike is launching a their first collection of snowboarding goggles and next season they'll be ditching the entire snowboarding line altogether to focus on the bread and butter of their action sports line, Nike SB. The goggles come in three styles, frameless designs created with the help of sunglass and goggle experts, Dragon.

$190-$330, REI


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Nike Vapor Pro Driver


Imagine if you condensed a Lamborghini Aventador into a golf club and that's what you get with the Nike Vapor Pro Driver. The club is sharp and angular with aggressive lines that slice through the air as you smash the golf ball into the atmosphere.

The 460cc club features three Nike technologies: a FlyBeam reinforced Covert Cavity Back design, re-engineered Compression Channel, and their new and lighter FlexLoft 2 tech for adjustable lofts and angles. Available January 2015.

$479, Nike

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Smith I/O7


Smith set the pace for the market when they debuted one of the first rimless goggles on the market and now they're marking seven years of innovation with their new flagship, the I/O7.

Focusing more on performance and perfection, the new goggle further refines their interchangeable lens technology with a single-pivot quick release system for instant lens swaps and features Vaporator lens tech to reduce lens fogging between lenses, a 5x anti-fog inner lens, 3-layer Driwix face foam, and the I/O7 includes two mirrored lenses.

$225, Smith

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Filson Soft-Sided Cooler


If we had to choose, we wouldn't mind having a Filson bag for every single purpose in our lives. The new Filson Soft-Sided Cooler gets us one step closer with a rugged bag that is perfect for the campsite or a roadtrip to keep all your food and drinks cool.

The bag is made from their heavy duty 22oz twill + 15oz oil finish Tin Cloth which is water repellent and has a structured base to stay upright even when empty. Inside is a heavy duty, insulated lining to for keeping everything cold and a rust-reistant brass zipper keeps it all locked down and insulated.

$275, Filson

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Rapha Rain Jacket


Cycling in the wet is no fun when your gear doesn't hold up in the rain. Rapha's Rain Jacket is an ideal solution when you need something light that's designed specifically for cycling.

The jacket has a 3-ply fabric in the arms that feels comfortable while wearing short sleeves and you get a 2.5-ply waterproof fabric throughout the body. The seams are also taped throughout the garment and reflective trim in the left armband helps to keep you safe on the road.

$310, Rapha

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