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Calling all artists: Ride Snowboards 9th annual snowboard art contest to begin

Ride Snowboards announces its 9th annual Ride Snowboards Art Contest. The SBA9 contest allows all snowboarders and artists alike to enter for a chance to win a snowboard with the winner’s original design, plus $1,000 cash.

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Mountain Hardware Piste Pants

 WOMEN'S PISTE PANTS

The Piste Pants were slightly form fitting yet quite comfortable. The Velcro straps at the waist made adjusting the waistband easy and I appreciated not having to constantly pull them up during the day. The elastic at the bottom of the lining zippered bottom of the outer layer were easy to fit over my boots. They were warm and definitely waterproof as I tested them by falling often throughout my weekend.

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Mountain Hardware Flume Jacket

 FLUME JACKET

During the first ride up the lift at the ski resort, it was apparent that the temperature was dropping. At the top of the mountain, the temperature had dropped easily 15 degrees with the wind ripping approximately 45 mph. The Flume jacket performed great. It had the lightweight quality that I like because the big, thick, insulated jackets confine my movements while on the mountain. Mountain Hardware uses a material called Conduit DT Hybrid in its shell. It kept the wind and moisture away from gaining access inside and was able to regulate the moisture that was being produced within the jacket to escape.

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Mountain Hardware Pasilla Gloves

PASILLA GLOVES

The Pasilla gloves were thick, comfortable, and warm. The wrists were wide enough to go over the sleeves of my jacket and the drawstring prevented snow from getting in. The gloves were flexible and easy to maneuver. There was enough room under the gloves to wear wrist guards for protection if needed.

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Mountain Hardware Medusa Gloves

MEDUSA GLOVES

The Medusa glove had great coverage over the cuff due to the extended length up the forearm. Nothing is worse than having snow creep into the glove at the cuff to let moisture leak down into your fingers. The Medusa has “Outdry Waterproof Technology”, a nice feature to keep dry if your hands tend to sweat. The Medusa also has a large string loop to put my hand through before I put my gloves on.

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