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Hi5 Alpine Touring Ski Green/Grey, 168cm

It's easier to wake up at 4am when you know that it dumped 2 feet last night, and it's even less of a chore when you know it's going to be smooth sailing all the way up to your line and down through the fresh with the pow-crushing shape of the La Sportiva Hi5. Without giving up La Sportiva's traditional lightweight and touring sensibility (it has the same poppy, lightweight Karuba paulownia wood core as Sportiva's rando-racing legend the RSR), the Hi5 features a big ol' Hi-Rise early-rise shovel that floats through the deepest powder you'll be able to find, and has traditional camber underfoot to keep it edgy when you encounter sketchy hardpack during your tour. Since it's a touring ski, the Hi5 places a premium on lightness, and so forgoes metal in favor of dual laminates: a tri-directional fiberglass layer and a bi-directional carbon/fiberglass mat keep things plenty stiff enough to ski hard in variable conditions, without the inconvenience of heavy, spirit-crushing metal layers. There are also rubber reinforcements in the tips, tails, and edges, to dampen vibrations for a smoother, more comfortable ride. ABS thermoplastic sidewalls and 1. 8mm steel edges can take a beating (even though you'll never ever ever hit a rock), and the holes in the tips and tails accept pre-cut La Sportiva skins to save you some hassle on the skinner and give you more time to float through creamy pow.

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Hi5 Alpine Touring Ski Green/Grey, 188cm

It's easier to wake up at 4am when you know that it dumped 2 feet last night, and it's even less of a chore when you know it's going to be smooth sailing all the way up to your line and down through the fresh with the pow-crushing shape of the La Sportiva Hi5. Without giving up La Sportiva's traditional lightweight and touring sensibility (it has the same poppy, lightweight Karuba paulownia wood core as Sportiva's rando-racing legend the RSR), the Hi5 features a big ol' Hi-Rise early-rise shovel that floats through the deepest powder you'll be able to find, and has traditional camber underfoot to keep it edgy when you encounter sketchy hardpack during your tour. Since it's a touring ski, the Hi5 places a premium on lightness, and so forgoes metal in favor of dual laminates: a tri-directional fiberglass layer and a bi-directional carbon/fiberglass mat keep things plenty stiff enough to ski hard in variable conditions, without the inconvenience of heavy, spirit-crushing metal layers. There are also rubber reinforcements in the tips, tails, and edges, to dampen vibrations for a smoother, more comfortable ride. ABS thermoplastic sidewalls and 1. 8mm steel edges can take a beating (even though you'll never ever ever hit a rock), and the holes in the tips and tails accept pre-cut La Sportiva skins to save you some hassle on the skinner and give you more time to float through creamy pow.

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Hi5 Alpine Touring Ski Green/Grey, 178cm

It's easier to wake up at 4am when you know that it dumped 2 feet last night, and it's even less of a chore when you know it's going to be smooth sailing all the way up to your line and down through the fresh with the pow-crushing shape of the La Sportiva Hi5. Without giving up La Sportiva's traditional lightweight and touring sensibility (it has the same poppy, lightweight Karuba paulownia wood core as Sportiva's rando-racing legend the RSR), the Hi5 features a big ol' Hi-Rise early-rise shovel that floats through the deepest powder you'll be able to find, and has traditional camber underfoot to keep it edgy when you encounter sketchy hardpack during your tour. Since it's a touring ski, the Hi5 places a premium on lightness, and so forgoes metal in favor of dual laminates: a tri-directional fiberglass layer and a bi-directional carbon/fiberglass mat keep things plenty stiff enough to ski hard in variable conditions, without the inconvenience of heavy, spirit-crushing metal layers. There are also rubber reinforcements in the tips, tails, and edges, to dampen vibrations for a smoother, more comfortable ride. ABS thermoplastic sidewalls and 1. 8mm steel edges can take a beating (even though you'll never ever ever hit a rock), and the holes in the tips and tails accept pre-cut La Sportiva skins to save you some hassle on the skinner and give you more time to float through creamy pow.

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Hang5 Alpine Touring Ski Yellow/Black, 188cm

Ski mountaineering isn't always about edging your way down sketchy, sun-baked slopes; sometimes it's all about the powder. On the days when pow's the word, make sure the La Sportiva Hang5 Alpine Touring Ski is strapped to your foot. With a 117mm waist, a wide 145mm shovel, and a generous amount of tip rocker, the Hang5 is built to float like a boat in deep backcountry freshies, pinch the throttle, and make short work of big-time alpine terrain. It's a step up from the Hi5, but it's still light enough to cruise up the skin track, courtesy of the Light Karuba paulownia wood core and carbon laminates. La Sportiva also tossed in some tri-directional fiberglass for extra durability and stiffness, and built the Hang5 with ABS sidewalls that give you surprising edging power for such a big, powder-hungry ski. It features all the gadgets you'd expect in a touring ski, too, like tip and tail skin attachments and a flat, rubber-dampened tail and edges. Finish the whole shebang off with a tough and fast P-Tex base and 1. 8mm steel edges, and you have a tool that'll eat up the deepest backcountry powder without even asking your permission.

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Hang5 Alpine Touring Ski Yellow/Black, 178cm

Ski mountaineering isn't always about edging your way down sketchy, sun-baked slopes; sometimes it's all about the powder. On the days when pow's the word, make sure the La Sportiva Hang5 Alpine Touring Ski is strapped to your foot. With a 117mm waist, a wide 145mm shovel, and a generous amount of tip rocker, the Hang5 is built to float like a boat in deep backcountry freshies, pinch the throttle, and make short work of big-time alpine terrain. It's a step up from the Hi5, but it's still light enough to cruise up the skin track, courtesy of the Light Karuba paulownia wood core and carbon laminates. La Sportiva also tossed in some tri-directional fiberglass for extra durability and stiffness, and built the Hang5 with ABS sidewalls that give you surprising edging power for such a big, powder-hungry ski. It features all the gadgets you'd expect in a touring ski, too, like tip and tail skin attachments and a flat, rubber-dampened tail and edges. Finish the whole shebang off with a tough and fast P-Tex base and 1. 8mm steel edges, and you have a tool that'll eat up the deepest backcountry powder without even asking your permission.

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LO5 Alpine Touring Ski Blue/Black, 188cm

Give the La Sportiva LO5 Alpine Touring Ski some skin; seriously, it deserves some love for its all-mountain versatility, light weight, and seriously thoughtful design. Fatter than the GT and with a moderately rockered tip to cruise over rough snow and through powder, the LO5 is La Sportiva's backcountry multi-tool. The 178 weighs just about 3. 5 pounds per ski, which is pretty light considering that it's not designed to be a superlight skimo board, and has plenty of features that rippers will dig: tough and powerful ABS sidewalls, a vertically laminated Light Karuba paulownia wood core, and multiple fiberglass and carbon-fiber laminates for a reasonably stiff and chargeable ride. La Sportiva made sure the LO5 has plenty of camber underfoot to make short work of icy pitches, rough snow, and steep, techy lines, and reinforced the tip and tail with dampening rubber layers to give you a smooth, predictable ride. The P-Tex 2000 base and 1. 8mm steel edges keep you mobbing along and stand up to the inevitable rocks you'll find out there, while the flat tail gives you plenty of power and control, as well as the ability to plunge your skis into the snow and isolate blocks when you're conducting stability tests. The LO5 also has attachment points for pre-cut La Sportiva skins, so you'll be able to hammer up the skin track, pop your skins off, rally down, and slap 'em back on in no time.

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LO5 Alpine Touring Ski Blue/Black, 168cm

Give the La Sportiva LO5 Alpine Touring Ski some skin; seriously, it deserves some love for its all-mountain versatility, light weight, and seriously thoughtful design. Fatter than the GT and with a moderately rockered tip to cruise over rough snow and through powder, the LO5 is La Sportiva's backcountry multi-tool. The 178 weighs just about 3. 5 pounds per ski, which is pretty light considering that it's not designed to be a superlight skimo board, and has plenty of features that rippers will dig: tough and powerful ABS sidewalls, a vertically laminated Light Karuba paulownia wood core, and multiple fiberglass and carbon-fiber laminates for a reasonably stiff and chargeable ride. La Sportiva made sure the LO5 has plenty of camber underfoot to make short work of icy pitches, rough snow, and steep, techy lines, and reinforced the tip and tail with dampening rubber layers to give you a smooth, predictable ride. The P-Tex 2000 base and 1. 8mm steel edges keep you mobbing along and stand up to the inevitable rocks you'll find out there, while the flat tail gives you plenty of power and control, as well as the ability to plunge your skis into the snow and isolate blocks when you're conducting stability tests. The LO5 also has attachment points for pre-cut La Sportiva skins, so you'll be able to hammer up the skin track, pop your skins off, rally down, and slap 'em back on in no time.

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KAI Park Skis 2015 - 171

Want to triple cork 14 like Kai someday? Step 1: Ride a cambered, symmetrical freestyle ski like the APO KAI Park Skis. For optimal pop and control, most professional park skiers don't compromise and opt for a fully cambered ski. APO's Positive Camber construction will provide you with the pop, carving ability and responsiveness you need to take your jump game up a notch. The symmetric shape gives you optimal forward and switch performance, and the burly sidewalls and sintered base help protect your skis from the inevitable wear and tear of park laps. Don't wait around at the top of the jump line, call your drop on the APO KAI Park Skis and dominate your local scene.

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LO5 Alpine Touring Ski Blue/Black, 178cm

Give the La Sportiva LO5 Alpine Touring Ski some skin; seriously, it deserves some love for its all-mountain versatility, light weight, and seriously thoughtful design. Fatter than the GT and with a moderately rockered tip to cruise over rough snow and through powder, the LO5 is La Sportiva's backcountry multi-tool. The 178 weighs just about 3. 5 pounds per ski, which is pretty light considering that it's not designed to be a superlight skimo board, and has plenty of features that rippers will dig: tough and powerful ABS sidewalls, a vertically laminated Light Karuba paulownia wood core, and multiple fiberglass and carbon-fiber laminates for a reasonably stiff and chargeable ride. La Sportiva made sure the LO5 has plenty of camber underfoot to make short work of icy pitches, rough snow, and steep, techy lines, and reinforced the tip and tail with dampening rubber layers to give you a smooth, predictable ride. The P-Tex 2000 base and 1. 8mm steel edges keep you mobbing along and stand up to the inevitable rocks you'll find out there, while the flat tail gives you plenty of power and control, as well as the ability to plunge your skis into the snow and isolate blocks when you're conducting stability tests. The LO5 also has attachment points for pre-cut La Sportiva skins, so you'll be able to hammer up the skin track, pop your skins off, rally down, and slap 'em back on in no time.

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KAI Park Skis 2015 - 177

Want to triple cork 14 like Kai someday? Step 1: Ride a cambered, symmetrical freestyle ski like the APO KAI Park Skis. For optimal pop and control, most professional park skiers don't compromise and opt for a fully cambered ski. APO's Positive Camber construction will provide you with the pop, carving ability and responsiveness you need to take your jump game up a notch. The symmetric shape gives you optimal forward and switch performance, and the burly sidewalls and sintered base help protect your skis from the inevitable wear and tear of park laps. Don't wait around at the top of the jump line, call your drop on the APO KAI Park Skis and dominate your local scene.

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Nrgy Pro 1 Ski Boot Men's

The Nordica Nrgy Pro 1 Ski Boot has a super-stiff flex that's all about high performance. Nordica used cork material in the liner something you won't see in other brands' boots. Cork is naturally warmer and more responsive than foam so it offers both incr

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Peter Glenn Ski & Sport
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Series 1 Ski Carrier

The Sportube Series 1 Ski Carrier is a hard-shell carrier that protects your skis for travel storage or even shipping. There's enough space in here for one pair of skis and poles and the whole thing pulls easily behind you thanks to the new EZ Pull. The S

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Afterbang Skis -33%

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Bomber, buttery, jibtastic good times. It took four years to develop, but only one to become our #1 selling freestyle ski. Why? There';';s simply no other skeeze like the 2012 Line Afterbang skis. From our exclusive bombproof Skate Deck construction,

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CX 1 Ski Boot Little Kids'

Dalbello made the CX 1 Ski Boot for the littlest skiers. This boot is made with a 3-piece design so that it opens wide for easy on and off. There's just one buckle to keep the boot nice and lightweight. The liner is warm for comfort and the flex is soft t

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Peter Glenn Ski & Sport
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Australia Kids Classic After Dive / Surf / Ski Short Boots Chestnut Lil Kidz 12

UGG Australia Kids Classic After Dive / Surf / Ski Short Boots Chestnut Lil Kidz 12 - FREE SHIPPING - Scuba Gear diving equipment and dive gear with customer reviews - *Lavish twin-faced sheepskin for the utmost comfort *Genuine sheepskin sockliner that naturally wicks away moisture and helps keep feet dry *Reinforced heel for durability *Approximate boot height: 6.5 inches (big kidz) 6 inches (lil' kidz) *COLORS: Chestnut or Baby Pink *SIZES: Lil' Kidz 6 through 13 Big Kidz 1 through 6 * FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

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Australia Kids Classic After Dive / Surf / Ski Short Boots

UGG Australia Kids Classic After Dive / Surf / Ski Short Boots - FREE SHIPPING - Scuba Gear diving equipment and dive gear with customer reviews - *Lavish twin-faced sheepskin for the utmost comfort *Genuine sheepskin sockliner that naturally wicks away moisture and helps keep feet dry *Reinforced heel for durability *Approximate boot height: 6.5 inches (big kidz) 6 inches (lil' kidz) *COLORS: Chestnut or Baby Pink *SIZES: Lil' Kidz 6 through 13 Big Kidz 1 through 6 * FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

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S1 Pro Jib Skis -50%

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Rossignol';s junior assortment is consistently strong with outstanding durability, compelling graphics linked directly to the adult line, strong sizing and tight binding match-ups.Key Features of the Rossignol S1 Pro Jib Skis: SC: 111/ 76/ 104 R: 10.

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S1 Jib Skis -36%

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The S1 screams all-terrain, air-to-carve versatility. This ROSSICAP twin is for the jibber who wants to hang in the park all day or to surf the whole mountain with friends. The S1 is the perfect combo for jibbing everywhere. Graphics by Squindo 50% P

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Freedom LRBC Ski Pants

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This classic, all-mountain ski pant has an updated design; it’s made from waterproof, breathable fabric and offers a new cargo pocket design and articulated knees for optimal freedom of movement.* Avg. Weight: 1 lb 7 oz (669 g) * Inseam: S 30", R 32"

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Diablo EPS (Matte Black w/ Black Liner) Snow/Ski/Adventure Helmet

From snow to biking, stay protected in style with the Bern Diablo EPS helmet!Designed for tweeners, not quick small enough for a kids helmet and not quite big enough for the adult models.A thin ABS shell lined with EPS hard foam to create a burly lightweight All Season lid.All Season top pade rotates to funtional as a vent cover in cold weather. Removable cordova earpads for warm weather conversion.Top and back vents provide a balance of airflow and style.Adjustable snap buckle chin strap for a custom fit.Bern's trademark Sink Fit design creates a low-profile style that combines with a deep surround fit and feel.EPS hard foam meets ASTM F 2040 and EN 1077B standards for snow and ski, CPSC and EN 1078 standards for bike and skate.Imported. Measurements:Circumference: 23 1 2 inBrim: 1 inProduct measurements were taken using size MD/LG (55.5-59 CM Circumference). Please note that measurements may vary by size.

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