By now you've been bombarded by gear this, product that. Thing is, most stores stock the same stuff. For this month's product grouping we bring you some off-the-radar and collab gear from our February issue.

PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

DVS Yodeler Boot ($130)

They won't aid your yodeling skill, but they'll keep your feet dry. John Jackson's signature boot for off hill has a weather-resistant suede and leather build with an integrated inner sock to keep out snow.

Owner Operator 111 Parka ($490)

Owner Operator is a cool little company making quality, functional, throwback pieces with full domestic production in the greater New England area.

Rome Artifact ($390)

No bullshit. The Artifact is the go-to jib and freestyle deck for a number of the Rome team for these reasons: true twin shape, regular camber, durable core, soft feel, and snappy carbon pop.

Celtek Radar Mitt ($100)

Celtek is known for its bold and colorful creations, but for their warmest, driest mitt they kept it clean with a tan look, supple goat leather build with a highly waterproof and breathable OutDry insert.

Von Zipper Beefy Goggle ($75)

Buried amongst the lens swapping, tint changing, speed calculating and video recording mayhem of new goggles are these simple cylindrical frames with Hawaii vibes.

Ashbury x Holden Warlock Goggle ($90)

Ashbury laid down the foundation with a clean functional frame that comes with an extra low light lens. Holden added the finishing touches with a signature leather frame wrap.

Click the page tabs to see more gear.

PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Burton Rover Restricted ($350)

Burton laced these with their new cush rebounding liner and ankle harness, and pressure point free tongue. The footwear wizards at Diemme ( added classic Italian style modeled after their Tirol shoe.

PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

686 Reserved Getty Anorak ($220)

Your favorite hoodie is like you go-to jeans—just comfortable. This is Reserved piece from 686 is that hoodie, only in jacket form—nice, comfy and waterproof with a marsupial pocket to match.

PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

World Boards x Never Summer Mountainslayer ($530)

It's not that often that a shop gets to create their own board, but World Boards is not your average shop. This limited, high-end, cambered build designed by owner Jay Moore is made for nothing short of slaying the entire mountain.

Salomon Villain Classicks ($480)

This limited version of Louif's go-to and Good Wood winning board comes with a faster base, more rubber dampening around the edges and different graphics from Dave Banks (

PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Vans Hi-Standard Boot ($180)

To sum 'em up in one word: timeless. This boot maintains classic style with subtle performance features from lace locks to molding foam. And for the record, those are palm prints not weed leaves, you stoners.

PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Analog Advent ($90)

Reason number 567 why snowboarding is cool? You don't have to wear a jersey or some compression shirt. Instead 'normal guy' gear like this hoodie layer has features like thumbholes and moisture-wicking fabric for shredding.