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Arc'teryx

The central purpose at Arc'teryx is to produce the finest products possible. From their humble beginnings as a basement operation in Canada to their industry innovations - WaterTight Zippers, Thermoformed 3D designs and Lamination to name a few - Arc’teryx has maintained its position as a leader of the outdoor arena.
   
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Blizzard

Since 1945, Blizzard has been rocking the ski world with innovative technology and style. Starting with the first ski in an Austrian carpenter’s workshop, Blizzard has raced into the limelight with innovations like the IQ ski and binding system and its evolutionary Flipcore Technology. Since 2006, Blizzard has been part of the Tecnica Group of integrated alpine products. Whether riding hard back or fresh, on bumps or off trail, Blizzard skis deliver with power and panache.
   
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Bogner

Functional performance without losing the appearance of exclusive fashion. For 80 years Bogner has been delivering it's unique, beautiful designs to the world and building a brand that reaches far beyond that of skiing. The highest quality materials and production, combined with ergonmic styling and functional features results in products that earn the Bogner name.
   
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Flylow

Founded by college friends and Colorado natives Greg Steen and Dan Abrams, Flylow is the apparel company that offers outerwear for skiers that spend their time in the backcountry as well as at the resort. The line screams comfort, durability, performance, affordability and style. Simply put, Flylow is the mobility of mountaineering outerwear blended with the fit and style of freeride apparel.
   
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Hestra

Hestra has been making finger-feeling good gloves for skiers since 1936. The Swedish glove-maker is an international leader in making gloves for activities that put hands to the test, whether for skiers, fighter pilots or construction workers. Hestra’s gloves are crafted in its own factory, where it buys its own leather, wool and cloth to give Hestra control over quality at every stage. Hestra gloves are worn by Swedish and Norwegian national ski teams, including the signature blue and yellow Stenmark gloves.
   
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Icebreaker

It’s wool. And it’s warm and it’s comfortable – from Icebreaker, the company who believes that natural can be better. Founded in 1995 by Jeremy Moon after a visit to New Zealand, Icebreaker makes an apparel system from merino wool that fits any skier or boarder – guys, girls and the kiddies – with underwear, mid-layer garments, outerwear and socks. With its products, Icebreaker aims for sustainability – a business that balances ecology with economy – driven by passion and a long-term vision.
   
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Smith

Inventor of the modern ski goggle, Smith Optics introduced the first interchangeable goggle in 1965 and pioneered integrated goggles and helmets. Smith offers goggles that make the slopes and mountains look their best, with 20 goggle models in a range of frame styles and lens colors that reduce fog buildup and fit over prescription eyewear. The hypo-allergenic foam frame fits the face and stays flexible in the cold. And the Split V Nose feature accommodates any size nose.
   
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Swany

Swany has been providing skiers and boarders with top end gloves and mittens for more than 60 years. Customers can see, feel and even smell the premium leather Swany uses for its broad line designed for warmth and comfort. Swany dry shells are made of nylon and synthetic fabrics tested for repellency, durability and flexibility, and its leather is top grain tanned to repel water, stay supple and to last. Swany gloves perform with high style on the winter scene.
   
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Tecnica

With the belief that sport is “emotion in action,” Tecnica brings skiers top quality footwear for maximum performance and a foot-pampering fit. Built from an Italian company founded to make work boots, Tecnica launched its ski boot line in the 1960s. Today, the Tecnica Group leads with its own Tecnica boot brand, which it married to skis when it acquired the Blizzard ski brand in 2006. Fleshing out Tecnica’s alpine stable of famous ski brands are Dolomite and Nordica.