Time is blurred in snowboarding. Videos are from a season past, but those Insta vids are live and direct. Well, we're adding to the mess by bringing you a peek at future goods, here and now from our March issue.

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Anon x High Cascade Snowboard Camp Relapse Goggle ($110) and Raider Helmet ($70)

This Anon and HCSC forest camo combo go together like a Sasquatch in the woods. The new goggles features a wide, cylindrical shape for exceptional peripheral vision, full-frame venting and come with an extra low-light lens. The Raider has a cool passive venting system and multiple goggle fit options, too.

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Capita x Spring Break Sick 66 Board ($669)

Like a true artisan, Corey Smith started his abstract board experiments (Spring Break Snowboards) in his garage. For this model the brand partnered up with the board-building experts at Capita. The result? A finely crafted, soulful, surfy shape with near gravity-defying buoyancy. Surf's up.

Lib Technologies Wayne Jacket ($320) and Bib ($270)

Designed and battered in the hearty weather stew of the Pacific Northwest, this jacket and bib pant were crafted to stand up to everything from rainy days to biting cold with their 100-percent recycled polyester fabric, 20K waterproofing and waterproof zippers. The bibs are also available in a regular pant version.

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Gnu x DEVO Whip It! Board ($420)

Those Ohioans make funky music. Those weirdos at Gnu create wild rides. Both have "clubs." Seems like they were destined for a collab, no? This all-terrain, block-tipped asymmetrical twin comes packed with Mervin genius like Magne-Traction, Banana-tech hybrid camber and sustainable ingredients for whipping (i.e. ripping) it up.

Smokin Pow Wow Board ($550)

Part of Smokin's new Back To The Woods board series, the Pow Wow initially started as a pow deck, but soon transformed into a capable all-mountain ride. It has a cambered back end, rockered nose and a whole slew of Smokin's grade-A materials and construction. Get ready to throw up some powder smoke signals.

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Analog 3L Pullover ($110)

This is Analog's next generation in functional streetwear and layering. Sure, it looks, fits, and feels like a classic hoodie, but it's made from three layers of material for better water resistance, warmth, and breathability for more riding and less sog.

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adidas Aspis Shield Gore-Tex Jacket ($400)

This is Eric Jackson's new signature jacket. Yes, the name is only two Ss away from being asspiss. However, if you do find yourself in an ass-pissing winter storm, the Gore-Tex material, waterproof zippers, and waist gaitor will keep you dry.

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Burton Rangeley Jacket ($130)

You don't have to wait until next winter to get this one, nope, it's dropping right about now. It's the perfect piece for warmer spring and summer riding and general mountain shenanigans with its lightweight, water-resistant material.

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686 Forest Bailey Cosmic Shacket ($150)

Forest Bailey's new pieces have an undercurrent of '90s snowboarding and workwear style. Simple, clean, functional and you won't find it on the mogul course. Goes best with a hoodie.

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Vans Sequal Boot ($280)

This new model comes with Vans' top tech in a simple lace design. Flex is easily customized with the included inserts and the high-end cork footbed cradles your foot like a newborn baby. The one-way venting valves aid in breathability and it also debuts Vans' new heat-retention lining in the sole and liner.

K2 Lien AT Binding ($229)

The K2 design team sought to create the most biomechanically correct baseplate possible with the new Lien binding series. The three contact points coincide with the same on one's foot, and along with the new mini disc, promote a proper flex and feel to help get your lien on.

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The North Face Women's Fuse Brigandine Jacket ($499) and Pant ($399)

This women's kit led by Maria Debari debuts TNF's new Fuse technology, which eliminates the standard stitching and taping around a garment's seams. Instead, the material is actually weaved and fused together making it lighter, less bulky, more durable, and svelte.

Nike Enigma Hoodie ($200) and Pant ($250)

Halldor Helgason has a style of his own, whether it's the way he eats up a slopestyle course, takes to the streets, or goes about creating graphics. For this coming season he worked on a pair of pants with a stretchy, waterproof fabric and signature fit, as well as a tech hoodie that's stretchy, water-resistant and has a hidden media pocket and neck gaitor in the hood.