Have a little extra holiday cash burning a hole in your pocket? Fear not, this week in Collected we have even more amazing products to choose from in our latest roundup. With everything from snowboards to cameras, boots, and outerwear, we are sure to have just the thing you’ve been looking to drop in on with all the extra loot. Continue below for a look at some of our favorite prodcut offerings from this season, and make sure to check back again next week for another installement of Collected.
GoPro Hero 7
The HERO 7 Black raises the bar for in-camera video stabilization with an all-new feature, HyperSmooth. With gimbals and follow-cam angles becoming increasingly popular in the snow space among others, the new HERO 7 aims to further reduce shakiness and unwanted camera movement by including additional image-stabilization features built into the camera. HyperSmooth will make it easy to capture professional-looking, gimbal-like stabilized video without the expense or hassle of a motorized gimbal. Not only that, but HyperSmooth works underwater and in high-shock and wind situations where gimbals fail, making the HERO 7 the perfect camera for active lifestyle enthusiasts that often find themselves in inclement weather. What's more? The flagship HERO 7 Black only costs $399, meaning you can step up your camera game, without decimating your savings.
Volcom Stone Gore-Tex Jacket
If you’re like us, you don’t want to mess around when it comes to an adventure in the mountains. The Volcom Stone Gore-Tex Jacket has plenty of pockets, so you can easily access your phone, radios, cameras, snacks, and other accessories while on the go. What’s more, Volcom’s trusted durable design matched with a Gore-Tex exterior guarantees that you will stay warm and dry, day in and day out all season long.
With a mild taper and large, floaty nose, the Müllair is the trusted option when it comes time to rip double-digit blower powder. But don’t think for a second that this board is a one-trick pony. Thanks to its C3 camber and freestyle spirit, this board will truly excel in all conditions–from laying deep trenches in the spring slush, to charging through early morning chunder with ease. The Müllair is a board you can ride every day of the week.
The North Face Fuse Brigandine Bibs
The North Face Fuse Brigandine Kit has been constructed to handle the harshest terrain and as such has incorporated FuseForm™ for durability and GORE-TEX® for a waterproof-as-it-gets fabrication. Equipment-compatible pockets with beacon tether, jacket-to-pant integration, and vents in all the right places mean efficient organization for your life-saving devices and total comfort when dropping into chutes and pillow lines. They may come at a hefty price-point, but we assure you that you are paying for the highest quality The North Face offers, and it will not disappoint.
Dakine R.A.S. Poacher 26L Backpack
Dakine’s most technically advanced backcountry pack yet. The R.A.S. Poacher 26L pack has a large rear-entry main compartment for storing extra layers, gloves, and the like, a regular entry full compartment for your shovel and probe, goggle pockets to keep you fog free on your ascent, and more. Most notably when it comes to the, “more,” the most recent release from Dakine comes equipt with Mammut Airbag technology outfitted with a rolltop release, for faster and safer deployment of your airbag should you ever need to use it. Be safe this season when wandering beyond the gates, and make sure to bring a bag that will back you up.
Vans Verse Boots
Unlike others touting rigidity not corroborated by riding, the Verse is a legitimately stiff boot that will truly hold up to multiple seasons of hard use. Its dual Boa closure with zippered cover provides a sleek and easily adjustable package that, combined with a rugged outsole, lends itself well to snowboard mountaineering and snowmobiling. As an added benefit to the Verse, The North Face collaboration proves more than a Hypebeast play of cool aesthetics. A liner utilizing TNF’s FlashDry moisture-wicking tech is welcome on long days.