Accessories

Goggle Review: Arnette Series 3

Intended Purpose: The Series 3 goggles deliver vision, comfort and goggle technology that makes your mountain experience better. Location: I wore these goggles at Stevens Pass, WA and Mt Bachelor during Superpark. Conditions: Mix of sunny bluebird days to overcast cloudy days on the mountain. Color: I received the Series 3 goggles in the powder blue colorway which are definitely powder blue but with the lens...

31 Oct 5:58 AM 0 Read More...

Goggle Review: Ashbury Warlock

Intended Purpose: The Warlock goggles offer a wide vision in a simple, stylish package with proper venting for the mountain. Location: I wore the goggles earlier in the season at Mammoth Mountain, CA. Conditions: All the days I rode these goggles were sunny bluebird days on the mountain. Color: I rode the Warlock goggles in the gray colorway with the white Ashbury strap. It's a simple design and I like that ...

22 Jul 9:23 AM 0 Read More...

Review: Pom Pom 2-Ply Necktube

Intended Purpose: Stay covered up on the slopes with a breathable, moisture wicking neck tube that protects your face and isn't the  same old boring black design everyone else is rocking. The Pom Pom 2 ply necktube gives you bright options that work for coverage on the slopes. Appearance: I received the Pom Pom 2-Ply in the blue/white somewhat checkered print. It's a pretty subtle print with the color choices bu...

15 Jan 11:57 AM 0 Read More...

Goggle Review: Arnette Mercenary

Intended Purpose: The Mercenary is Arnette's ultimate goggle for style and performance technology to meet the demands on the mountain. Location: I wore the goggle at Mammoth and June in California and Park City in Utah. Conditions: Mix of sunny bluebird days to overcast cloudy days on the mountain. Color: I received the Mercenary goggles in a couple color options but ended up sticking with the midnight black...

14 Jan 12:24 PM 0 Read More...

Goggle Review: Spy + Les Ettes Bias

Intended Purpose: The sleek smaller frame of the Spy Bias meets the fashion mavens at Les Ettes for a fun signature model. The Spy + Les Ettes Bias is packed full of Spy's features like Carl Zeiss vision and Scoop ventilation system with fresh matte accents, a signature multi-colored polka dot strap and "you stink" on the back clip. Location: I wore the goggle at Heavenly, Mammoth and June in California. Condit...

09 Jan 9:40 AM 0 Read More...

Goggle Review: Oakley Airbrake

Intended Purpose: Ease and comfort - that's the Airbrake goggle. With the SwitchLock™ Technology you can switch out lenses quickly with the push of a lever and the goggle is packed full of comfort to eliminate pressure. Location: I wore the goggle at Mammoth and June in California, Canyons in Utah and Keystone in Colorado. Conditions: Majority of sunny days on the mountain with very few overcast/flat light c...

03 Jan 9:47 AM 3 Read More...

Review: Smith Allure Helmet

Intended Purpose: The Allure helmet is designed for women wanting a lightweight helmet with super plush comfort and style. Appearance: I ended up with the Allure helmet in the black pearl colorway. It's a shiny gloss helmet with the black color option, the inside fleece tricot liner is a grey/silver ish coloring with a super plush softness to it. I like the design and appearance of the helmet, it's simple and plai...

02 Jan 8:54 AM 1 Read More...

Glove Review: 686 Fracture

Intended Purpose: These women's gloves are designed to be a pipe glove for spring conditions. But I disagree, they offer a warmer fit than I think pipe gloves should be. I consider them an all around glove that could be used on cold days and warmer days. Location: I've been wearing these gloves during the early season at Mammoth Mountain and on my Colorado and Utah trips. Conditions: I used these gloves on cold...

20 Dec 9:14 AM 0 Read More...

Goggle Review: Smith I/O

Intended Purpose: Interchangeable ease meets stylish functionality for the mountain. The I/O goggles are popular for good reason, good visibility with great functionality. Location: I rode the goggles mostly at Mammoth during early season and Copper, Colorado for the Grand Prix. Conditions: Since these goggles arrived for early season, I've ridden them on a majority of sunny days with a couple overcast flat lig...

18 Dec 3:51 PM 1 Read More...

Review: Coal V-Neck Gator

Intended Purpose: The Coal V-Neck Gator is a two sided micro tech fleece designed to be lightweight and bandana style for the mountain. Appearance: I received the V-Neck Gator in the purple colorway which is entirely purple with the coal branding all over. I like the bright color but there are other options that aren't as bright. Best Used for: The V-neck Gator is designed to be a bandana style gaitor for neck ...

06 Dec 10:20 AM 2 Read More...