Winter Buyers Guide for Gear 2017
Dominate the winter conditions with our Explorers' favorite winter gear.
Curated by The Outbound Collective
Jason Hatfield says - "These bindings are simply incredible. The unique AT binding system gives a traditional heel lock for power on the downhill without big weight. I originally purchased these for just backcountry skiing but they quickly became my all-mountain bindings too!"
Jess Fischer says - "This remedy cures ANY case of dry cracked hands and feet which everyone knows comes with drier, colder weather. The formula is non-greasy, fast drying and super absorbent to ensure your skin is getting the nourishment it needs. This also helps relieve symptoms of eczema, psoriasis and dry red bumps on your skin."
Emily Haggar says - "Unbeatable durability and has lots of great features. Bomber materials that stand up to day in day out mountain abuse."
Emily Kent says - "Lightweight and compacts so well, this sleeping bag keeps mountain campers warm in even the coldest of conditions. A bit pricey but so durable and worthwhile."
Jess Fischer says - "Headlamps are an essential, especially in the winter time when the days are shorter and when the sun goes down you don't want to be lost and freezing up on the trail. This headlamp has an adjustable bulb so you can make the light as dim or bright as you want (up to 120) and a red light setting to avoid light pollution. Also fits very comfortably under or on top of a headband or hat."