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Mountain Hardwear's Waterproof Breathable Technology

For the first time in industry history, a major outdoor brand has weaned itself from the Gore-Tex mother and created a new, modern-day level of waterproof-breathable technology. For 25 years consumers of every major outdoor brand have had only one option for “waterproof-breathable” outerwear jackets, shells, pants, and gloves. That will be changing this fall.

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Rollic Gear

Although Rollic is a new brand to the market, this is not a new company. Rollic is located in Hood River, Oregon. They have over twenty years of experience in the headwear industry and hope to use the knowledge gained to bring the outdoor industry a new and helpful spin on wearable’s.

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North Face Animagi Jacket

Bulk and weight don’t match the average or professional athlete’s lifestyle. That’s where the North Face Animagi Jacket comes to the rescue. Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you need to stay inside. This jacket allows you to engage in activities in almost below freezing temps. This product’s easy breathe-ability and flexibility allow the movement one needs to stay comfortable and warm.

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Seven Packs That Get You Ready to Take On the Elements

When buying a new backpack, it’s important to understand just how personal the pack can end up being. That bag could follow you from your local ski hill to the Eiger. Wherever you decide to take it, finding the right is an important decision. Here are seven bags worth checking out for the adventerous side in you.

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Sleek Bluetooth Sets Benchmark in Snowmobile Communication

Cardo uses noise cancellation in its headphone systemCardo, a Pittsburgh based company that specializes in Bluetooth communication, released a new product that may set the standard in snowmobile communication.

The Cardo Scala Rider G4 is a snowmobile-to-snowmobile intercom. The new product allows snowmobile riders to speak with their friends as they cruise the backcountry.

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