The Mammut Trion series of packs are versatile mountaineering and alpine packs that have carrying options to fit a wide variety of gear. The unique Trion Spine Technology maximizes freedom of movement, helping the user to expel less energy while moving.
New to Hestra’s Alpine Pro Line are the Wakayamas. These rugged, vintage style gloves are made out of naturally dyed cowhide with a snug wool lined interior and elastic wrists to keep in the warmth. Hestra designed the Wakayamas to perform just as well as their more modern ski gloves, while maintaining a vintage aesthetic.
Tecnica has really set the precedent for lightweight and flexible touring boots that ski well. The Zero G line from Tecnica combines great functionality in the mountains and offers a fit that inspires confidence when making hard turns.
In winter, the one ski quiver remains elusive, no one-width is capable of doing it all. The answer to the one ski quiver changes when we switch to spring touring. The Camox Freebird is 97 millimeters wide and features a Paulownia wood core that keeps the weight down.
Nothing beats getting in some turns under a blue bird spring sky. Spring is also the best time to head out to the backcountry for some good old ski touring, so we made sure to include our favorite touring boots and skis and other spring snow necessities like light weight, cowhide gloves.