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Bergans of Nor­way: If a Nor­we­gian old-timer gave you cold weath­er advice, you’d lis­ten. So when Bergans of Nor­way, since 1934, offers you down jack­ets, take note, because you might final­ly stop shivering.

Anon: When you’re bomb­ing down­hill on a waxed rock­et, vision mat­ters. Anon know this. So stop clos­ing your eyes and hop­ing for the best. Strap on a pair of these tech­ni­cal optics to see the difference.

 

RED Hel­mets: Don’t let your hel­met turn you into a Bob­ble­head. RED Hel­mets deliv­er all-around per­for­mance and safe­ty, and this col­lec­tion fea­tures some of our favorite tech-savvy dome-pieces from last season.

 

Bet­ty Rides: You don’t have to lose your style to shred with the best. The gloves and hats in this col­lec­tion not only keep you toasty, they cel­e­brate your fem­i­nin­i­ty with these fresh designs.

RVCA: Durable, ambi­tious, and styl­ish, RVCA appar­el is the wardrobe of the Amer­i­can dream. Click through now to view this Men’s and Wom­en’s col­lec­tion of time­less jeans, tees, dress­es, and more.

Aven­tu­ra: Sus­tain­ably pro­duced lifestyle appar­el inspired by adven­tur­ous women. Made in the U.S.A., over 80% of Aven­tu­ra appar­el uses envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly fab­rics like organ­ic cot­ton and bam­boo. Shop the selec­tion now.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Nature’s BestDid you know? Sep­tem­ber 27th (that’s today!), 1952, is the birth­day of Michio Hoshi­no, who is Japan’s most-cel­e­brat­ed nature pho­tog­ra­ph­er. Often men­tioned in the same breath as Ansel Adams, Hoshi­no spe­cial­ized in pho­tograph­ing Alaskan wildlife. He was able to cap­ture incred­i­bly inti­mate shots of dan­ger­ous mega-fau­na like griz­zly and polar bears by devel­op­ing rap­port with them through exten­sive expe­di­tions in their habitat.

 

 

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Fresh on the menu today:

 

Bill­abong Snow: Bill­abong began in the waves of Australia’s Gold Coast in 1973 and has become the mar­quee name in surf­ing. Spon­sor­ing events, ath­letes, and mak­ing fresh, active-dri­ven designs they’ve opened the ocean into a play­ground. Now they’ve opened the slopes, and with Bill­abong out­er­wear you can prac­tice your cutback’s all win­ter long.

 

Bill­abong Surf: Aus­tralian wave-chas­ing board shaper Gor­don Mer­chant found­ed Bill­abong while liv­ing on the Gold coast in 1973. This col­lec­tion fea­tures wet­suits, booties, gloves, and more.

 

Lib Tech­nolo­gies: What began in an old race­horse barn has turned into an indus­try leader in snow­board design. Lib Tech has depart­ed from tra­di­tion­al snow­board shapes by revers­ing the cam­ber geom­e­try with­in the board. The result: they’ve won eight awards since intro­duc­ing the Banana Tech­nol­o­gy in 2007, includ­ing the “Best of Test Award” from Snow­board Mag­a­zine in 2009.  

 

RED Hel­mets: Bob­ble­heads belong on the dash of a Chevy El Camino or on your co-work­er’s desk, not cruis­ing moun­tain slopes. RED Hel­mets are the brain­child of Bur­ton Snow­boards, the com­pa­ny that invent­ed snow­board­ing. You’ll see their rid­ers, Shaun White, Ter­je Haakon­sen, and Jere­my Jones rock­ing these tech-savvy dome-pieces whether they’re doing dou­ble Mac Twist 1260’s in the pipe or bomb­ing pil­low lines in the backcountry.

 

IN OTHER NEWS:

Swim­ming With the Sharks: Did you know?

On August 22 (that’s today!), 1979, Diana Nyad com­plet­ed a 102-mile open ocean swim from North Bimi­ni Island, Bahamas to Juno Beach, Flori­da. In the Gulf Stream that is teem­ing with sharks, Nyad swam with­out a pro­tec­tive shark cage. She was nev­er attacked by sharks, but did get into a tan­gle with a Box Jel­ly­fish. Pow­er­ing past it, she aver­aged 3.7 miles-per-hour and com­plet­ed the swim in a lit­tle over a day. Nyad’s feat set both the men’s and women’s world record for dis­tance swim­ming with­out a wet­suit. Her record still stands today, but hope­ful­ly not for long. Nyad, age 62, is plan­ning a 103-mile Cuba to Flori­da swim in 2012.