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Gold Filled St. Sebastian/Skiing Pendant with chain-Ski

St. Sebastian: Patron saint of Athletes/Soldiers Gold Filled St. Sebastian/Skiing Pendant comes on a 24" continuous gold-filled 3mm curb chain. This inspirational pendant measures 1 x 3/4" and comes gift boxed. Made in the USA, this quality medal is die-struck, which produces rich detail.

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%E2%80%9947 Brand New Orleans Saints Youth Carve Ski Gloves - Black

Your kiddo's idea of a great snow day is playing football in the front yard. Help keep his hands warm with plenty of Saints pride with these Carve ski gloves from '47 Brand. Each one boasts a soft fleece lining and comfortable grip pads on the palms and thumbs. These thick gloves also have an embroidered New Orleans logo on each one, so his team pride is always at hand!

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Cartier Mitten Brown, M

Proudly displaying the Canadian Maple Leaf with hand-stitched beadwork, the Astis Cartier Mitten is named after the early European explorer Jacques Cartier. Cartier was one of the first European men to explore what is now Canada, and was the first man to describe the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, as well as the Saint Lawrence river. Astis took this pioneering spirit and put it into a pair of gloves you can wear on the most unruly ski days and sport around town for a classic apres-ski look. The silicon-injected suede leather protects from snow and moisture, while the Polartec Thermal Pro insulation provides low-bulk warmth that is both breathable and moisture-wicking. Natural fur gives them that early explorer look, and leather fringes add some pop when you're flying down the mountain at eye-watering speeds.

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Cartier Mitten Brown, S

Proudly displaying the Canadian Maple Leaf with hand-stitched beadwork, the Astis Cartier Mitten is named after the early European explorer Jacques Cartier. Cartier was one of the first European men to explore what is now Canada, and was the first man to describe the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, as well as the Saint Lawrence river. Astis took this pioneering spirit and put it into a pair of gloves you can wear on the most unruly ski days and sport around town for a classic apres-ski look. The silicon-injected suede leather protects from snow and moisture, while the Polartec Thermal Pro insulation provides low-bulk warmth that is both breathable and moisture-wicking. Natural fur gives them that early explorer look, and leather fringes add some pop when you're flying down the mountain at eye-watering speeds.

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Cartier Mitten Brown, L

Proudly displaying the Canadian Maple Leaf with hand-stitched beadwork, the Astis Cartier Mitten is named after the early European explorer Jacques Cartier. Cartier was one of the first European men to explore what is now Canada, and was the first man to describe the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, as well as the Saint Lawrence river. Astis took this pioneering spirit and put it into a pair of gloves you can wear on the most unruly ski days and sport around town for a classic apres-ski look. The silicon-injected suede leather protects from snow and moisture, while the Polartec Thermal Pro insulation provides low-bulk warmth that is both breathable and moisture-wicking. Natural fur gives them that early explorer look, and leather fringes add some pop when you're flying down the mountain at eye-watering speeds.

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Alex 2 Pant - Women's Dark Charcoal Pie De Gallo, XL

In addition to saint-like patience, a warm and insulated pair of ski pants are critical when teaching kids how to ski. The Lole Women's Alex 2 Pants will keep your legs warm whether you're waiting for your little shredder to come out of the wedge and make first turns or whether you're shredding the back bowls. The laminated polyester face fabric is treated with a DWR finish to fend of moisture from snow, and is insulated with Lole's own Thermaglow Mid insulation for a warm and cozy fit. Two zippered pockets will keep some snacks for the chairlift handy, and your phone secure between photos. Internal boot gaiters seal out snow, and the slightly flared bottom and slim-fitting legs lend a chic look.

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Alex 2 Pant - Women's Dark Charcoal Pie De Gallo, S

In addition to saint-like patience, a warm and insulated pair of ski pants are critical when teaching kids how to ski. The Lole Women's Alex 2 Pants will keep your legs warm whether you're waiting for your little shredder to come out of the wedge and make first turns or whether you're shredding the back bowls. The laminated polyester face fabric is treated with a DWR finish to fend of moisture from snow, and is insulated with Lole's own Thermaglow Mid insulation for a warm and cozy fit. Two zippered pockets will keep some snacks for the chairlift handy, and your phone secure between photos. Internal boot gaiters seal out snow, and the slightly flared bottom and slim-fitting legs lend a chic look.

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Shreditor 92 Ski One Color, 170cm

You're the dude who always gets the shot, but it's time to jump out from behind the camera and star in your own personal ski-porn flick with the K2 Shreditor 92 on your feet. Even if you prefer to be credited as "Anonymous Shredmaster", the crowd will be digging your steeze when you take the light, lively fiberglass-laminated fir-and-aspen core for a spin through the trees and use the rockered tips and low underfoot camber to rally through the park like a boss. Both the tip and tail of the Shreditor are blunt and tapered for easy release and a loose, surfy feel, so you can slip, slide, and slash your way down the hill in soft snow and get more buttery than a fresh croissant when you're ripping off POV shots in the park. The Shreditor's core is wrapped with K2's trademark braided triaxial fiberglass laminate for plenty of lightweight pop, and the sidecut and rocker profiles match to ensure smooth turn initiation in the tip, plenty of edge hold underfoot, and easy tail release when you're finishing up a turn. It also rocks TwinTech construction, which rolls the top of the ski into the sidewall for increased durability, and Absorb sidewalls that use urethane underfoot for maximum dampness and ABS in the tip and tail for power and rock-solid edge hold. In addition to saving materials, the Swap Bases ensure that each ski has a distinct look, and the tip and tail skin attachments let you slap on some K2 skins and hit the backcountry when you need to collect some snorkel-worthy powder shots.

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Annex 108 Ski One Color, 170cm

When the planets align for your long-awaited ski-cation to Portillo and the peaks are emerging from a month-long snow storm, you'll be happy you brought along the K2 Annex 108 Ski. Born from the SideStash of yore, the Annex 108 is a touring ski that loves the backcountry, untouched bowls, and couloirs of all shapes and sizes. K2 realized people loved the SideStash, for good reason, but everything must join the present at some point. So along comes the Annex 108. K2 took the essentials of the Sidestash, like the wood core, metal laminate, and Hybritech sidewall, and tweaked the rocker profile. Now, with the all-terrain rocker, you can go straight from enjoying uncut fields of bliss to plowing through chunder. The all-terrain rocker still has positive camber underfoot, but the tip has a longer and lower rise and the ski has a kicktail for easier handling over all terrain. The wood blend core is sandwiched between metal laminate consisting of Titanal and fiberglass. This damps vibrations, reduces chatter, and gives you precision when turning. The HybriTech sidewall gives you the best of both worlds; the lightweight responsiveness of cap construction, with the durability and power of a true sidewall.For those days when you just can't stomach the thought of waiting in lift lines, strap K2's custom skins to the tip and tail skin-attachment grommets and experience blissful skinning as you earn your turns.

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AMP 76TI Ski with Marker M3 10.0 Binding One Color, 170cm

The K2 Amp 76Ti Ski with Marker M3 10. 0 Binding is an all-mountain carver that doesn't require ten years of racing experience to ride. Ski with confidence when you click in to this ski-and-binding combo, because the lightweight composite core, paired with K2's metal laminate, creates a high-performance platform that is stiff, damp, and easy to control. Hybritech Sidewalls blend sidewall and cap construction that give this ski the power and edging accuracy of sidewall construction and the lightweight feel and smooth turn initiation of cap construction. The 76Ti boasts a secondary core, with the Mod Suspension, that lies on top of the ski's primary core, absorbs vibrations from choppy terrain, and dampens the ski to increase overall ski control and reduce tip skipping or wandering at speed. Titanal hubs are embedded into the core of the ski for the most direct transmission of power from the binding directly to the core of the ski. Add the All-Terrain Rocker, which has 70% camber underfoot for easy edge transitions, grips in bumpy or variable terrain, and 30% rocker in the tip gives it a lift and aids overall maneuverability. The Marker M3 10. 0 Binding uses a lightweight compact toepiece and fixed heel design for power, precision, and efficient energy transfer.

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Remedy 92 Ski - Women's One Color, 170cm

Playful and surfy performance makes the K2 Women's Remedy 92 Ski your fun freeride bomber for all over the mountain. At 92mm underfoot, the Remedy offers enough float for venturing into the soft stuff without being bulky or cumbersome while you're carving up the hardpack. K2's Baseline 20 comprehensive build process means the the ski's top shape was designed to complement the side profile, making for a versatile ski that handles well in a wide variety of conditions and terrain. K2 gave the Remedy all-terrain rocker in the tip and tail for fun float and easy turn initiation and medium-to-low camber underfoot for excellent edge hold and pop at speed. A blunt and tapered tail shape reduces swing weight and increases maneuverability, allowing for easy release, loose feel, and playful shredability (if that's not a word, it should be). The Remedy's Bioflex3 core is made up of aspen, paulownia, and bamboo, combining aspen strength, paulownia flex, and the light weight of bamboo. This results in an ideal blend of fluid and smooth forgiving flex and snappy, powerful strength.

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AMP Rictor 90 XTi Ski One Color, 170cm

You don't actually have to plug the K2 Amp Rictor 90 XTi Ski in to get it to work, because it supplies plenty of power all on its own. At 90mm underfoot, it splits the size difference between all-mountain and freeride skis, with a construction that's as comfortable plowing through soft snow as it is railing top-to-bottom turns down groomers. Built from aspen, paulownia, and maple for the perfect combination of lightness, stiffness, and liveliness, the Amp has a moderate turning radius to keep things manageable in tight spots as well as on open slopes, and a Titanal laminate that helps it rally at top speed and bust through crud without getting jittery or unstable. K2 built the Amp using its All-Mountain Baselin 2. 0 technology, which matches the rocker and sidecut profiles to provide a big sweet spot for all turn shapes, a short, rounded tip for predictable turn initiation, and blunt, round tail for easy turn release in all conditions. Combined with the traditional camber underfoot, this allows the ski to hold or release an edge whenever you want, so you can rally down hardpack or stay quick and nimble in the trees. The Power Tip also helps the Amp plane up and over soft snow, and the Hybridtech sidewalls combine traditional sidewalls and lightweight cap construction for durability, edge hold, and smooth turn initiation. The Amp even has Z-Clip skin grommets, so you can stick some K2 skins on and rip some backcountry lines if you get tired of crushing the frontside.

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Remedy 102 Ski - Women's One Color, 170cm

For some ladies, their saving grace is a Bloody Mary on a Sunday morning; for you, it's clicking into the K2 Women's Remedy 102 Ski and spending the day floating, slashing, and shredding the fresh cold smoke to smithereens. The Remedy's been totally redesigned for better soft-snow performance, with an All-Terrain Rocker that features a rockered tip and tail for improved float in powder, along with camber underfoot for reliable hardpack and crud-busting performance. The Powder Tip and tail are slightly tapered, moving the widest points of the ski towards the middle to decrease deflection and improve the Remedy's ability to plane over soft snow, and the blunt tail shape gives it a loose, surfy, and fun feel in powder. The Remedy has a powder-friendly look about her, but she's more than capable of handling hardpack and chop, too. K2's BioFlex 3 core features a long, stiff section of aspen in the middle of the ski for power and edge control when you're nuking, with soft paulownia wood in the tip and tail for increased maneuverability and decreased swing weight. To keep the sidecut and rocker working together at all speeds, K2 designed the Remedy with a Baseline 2. 0 Freeride Maneuverability profile that ensures float and stability in the tip, surfiness and quickness underfoot, and an easy-releasing tail so you can be quick or powerful as the circumstances dictate. It also built in TwinTech sidewalls, which roll the top of the ski into the sidewalls for increased durability, and threw in some tip and tail skin attachments to make it easy for you to access the goods under your own power.

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Potion 98Ti Ski - Women's One Color, 170cm

You should be careful with the K2 Potion 98Ti Women's Ski, because it'll either turn you into a toad or into the best ripper this side of Alaska--either way, it's a dangerous thing. It's light but powerful, thanks to a core that combines aspen, paulownia, and stiff maple, and has a metal laminate laid over the whole package to let you rally at speed without feeling wiggly, waggly, or wobbly. K2's All-Terrain Rocker features a tapered, rockered tip and tail to keep you nimble as a one-eyed cat in tight trees and narrow chutes, but blends it with underfoot camber for a strong, powerful, and aggressive feel when you need to lay down an edge to blast down open faces or fresh groomers. K2 built the Potion with Baseline 2. 0 Freeride Stability, which carefully matches the sidecut and rocker profiles to provide strong, consistent skiing through whatever conditions you find yourself in. The slow rise of the rockered tip planes through deeper snow and allows for easy turn initiation, while the low rocker in the blunt tail provides you with strong turn finishing and stability at speed. Both the tip and tail are tapered for better soft-snow performance, and the Hybritech construction actually rolls the top of the ski into the sidewalls for a bombproof feel that doesn't get hung up rocks, trees, and your inside edge like traditional vertical sidewalls. The Potion also has built-in tip and tail attachments for K2 skins, so you don't have to waist any precious time fiddling with your gear at the trailhead.

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Coomback 114 Ski One Color, 170cm

The K2 Coomback 114 Ski is a new take on a classic, much-loved ski. At 114 it's a bit wider underfoot than previous iterations, meaning you're going to get even more of that surfy feel you love on those deep days. Full sidewalls underfoot give this ski incredible edge control for something this wide, while the tip and tail rocker, as well as the rocker in front, all add up to a ski that is surprisingly agile and playful for something of this size. And even though it's certainly not of the "skinny-ski" variety, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find the paulownia and maple wood core to be fairly lightweight when you're hitting that skintrack for your fourth dawn patrol of the week. To ensure both torsional rigidity and durability, K2 added a torsion box in the core as well as the Hybritech sidewalls, so you won't have to worry about things getting squirrelly or blowing out an edge when you're doing mach-looney down a big line. When you get back to base camp at the end of the day, exhausted from a long day of trekking, jam the flat tails into the snow and hang your wet baselayers up to dry on your impromptu clothesline.

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Shreditor 102 Ski One Color, 170cm

We all love our fatty pow skis on the deep days, but they don't make a whole lot of sense as an everyday ski. So, whether you're looking to give your quiver a little more rounding or looking for a do-it-all workhorse, the K2 Shreditor 102 Ski will give you that free-ride feel you love so much in a narrow and nimble hard-snow-oriented design. All-terrain rocker gives your tip and tail a lift over new snow, chopped crud, and wind-buff while the camber underfoot provides stable edge-to-edge transfer on the hardpack and groomed runs. The aspen and paulownia wood core has the lively flex patterns you'd expect from a wood core, but with K2's Triaxial braid (weaved strands of fiberglass around the core), the ski has the torsional strength for stability at high speeds on hard snow. The Twintech sidewall wraps the topsheet partially around the sidewall, reducing wear along the edge and preventing your topsheet from chipping off so your sticks look mint all season long. The tapered tip and tail increases control when you're coming out of a turn and lets you scrub speed quickly when that tree sneaks up on you. K2 threw in its skin grommet attachment, so if you decide to do some backcountry stuff, you can get a seamless skin-to-ski attachment.

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Transalp Skis 2015 - 170

Weighing in at only 1200 grams (170 cm), the Fischer Transalp 88 is the ultimate ascend-er. Achieving the perfect balance between uphill and downhill performance with a Paulownia wood core and an Air Tec Titanal design, this ski will allow you to make your tours longer, higher and further without straining your legs and lungs any more than a casual Sunday stroll in the park. The added 8 cm to the waist coupled with the Tour Rocker provides extra float in powder and keeps you on top of deep snow when breaking trail. With the extreme torsion stability of the lightweight Aeroshape, the Fischer Transalp Skis are for the serious mountaineer who commands supreme performance.

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AMP 80XTi Ski with Marker MXC 12.0 TC Binding One Color, 170cm

Some skis just can't handle your speeds. Slap on the K2 AMP 80XTi Ski with Marker MXC 12. 0 TC Binding and ski to your true potential with this titanal-bolstered all-mountain carver. K2 crafted this ski with RoX technology and All-Terrain Rocker which provide easy turn initiation and ample edge control in variable snow conditions. Metal Laminate (alternating layers of fiberglass and full-length sheets of Titanal metal above and below the wood core) is K2's most complex construction, and it creates a high-performance platform that's stiff, damp, and stable at speed. Hybritech Sidewalls blend sidewall and cap construction that give this ski the power and edging accuracy of sidewall construction and the lightweight feel and smooth turn initiation of cap construction. Adding to this ski's unshakable hold and effortless turn initiation is the AT RoX technology featuring Mod Suspension. This secondary core that lies on top of the ski's primary core absorbs vibrations from choppy terrain and dampens the ski to increase overall ski control, and it reduces tip skipping or wandering at speed. Titanal hubs are imbedded into the core of the ski for the most direct transmission of power from the ski binding directly to the core of the ski. The included MXC 12. 0 ski binding directly attaches to the mounting plate via the embedded Titanal hubs and operates as an integrated system. The MXC 12. 0 ski binder is adjustable up to an 12. 0 DIN setting in order to provide precise control balanced with safety.

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Annex 98 Ski One Color, 170cm

If you're a hard-charger who doesn't necessarily see the need to be hauling around a snowboard-sized plank on each foot, then the K2 Annex 98 Ski is for you. This ski fits the rider who is fall-line focused, whether that be inbounds or far from civilization. The all-terrain rocker is ideal for a majority of conditions, from powder dumps to hardpack, and everything in between. The 98mm waist is plenty fat enough to offer flotation, but won't have you feeling like you're dragging tree trunks up the skin-track. A bit of camber underfoot helps you to keep your grip on any part of the mountain, even when you're staring down a questionable chute, one hand pressed against the 55-degree slope next to you. If getting away from it all is your goal, tip and tail skin-attachment grommets make for an easy pairing with K2's custom skins.

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Coomback 104 Ski One Color, 170cm

It's probably not a bad thing when a ski is named after, and largely influenced by, the skiing of one of the all-time great skiers--and that's certainly the case with the K2 Coomback 104 Ski. In the world of backcountry skiing, few names evoke as much praise as that of Doug Coombs, so it should come as no surprise that this signature ski is perfectly fit for his style of skiing: big, aggressive lines, often deep in the backcountry. The 104mm waist width will let you float serenely down big powder lines, and the paulownia and maple woods core keeps things light and poppy so you can have fun on the way down as well. In order to give plenty of stability for a lightweight ski, K2 used a Torsion Box system in conjunction with its Hybritech sidewall, so you don't have to worry about blowing out an edge when you're four days into your yurt trip. In order to facilitate use as an anchor or an emergency sled, K2 gave this ski a flat tail that can easily be plunged into the snow as a sort of "extra-picket."

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