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The best ... reasons to brave the cold

Skull X2 Helmet, Hammerhead sled, Poacher Jacket, Tigershark Skis, Rome Design Snowboard

 
Skull X2 Helmet
Resembling something “Darth Vader might wear,” this ski helmet offers extra protection and a “stainless-steel mesh fencing-style mask” that lets you breathe easily. Price: $200 Contact: Pocski.com
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Hammerhead sled
Lightweight and “ergonomically designed,” this durable, superfast sled promises a smooth ride downhill, and separate forward runners provide easy handling. Price: $299 Contact: LLBean.com
Source: Self

Poacher Jacket
Be adventurous on the slopes in a jacket whose lining doubles as an SOS flag. Never again will you have to worry about getting lost or “caught in an avalanche.” Price: $650. Contact: Spyder.com
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Tigershark Skis
A unique system lets you alter these skis’ flexibility based on slope conditions. One setting helps you cruise fast and master turns. The other lets you “gain more flex, great for warming up in the morning or mellowing out after a long day.” Price: $1,450 Contact: Volkl.com
Source: Best Life

Rome Design Snowboard
Made of nanochemicals that “self-adjust” to changing snow conditions, Rome’s design is the “world’s first snowboard that will never need waxing.”
Price: $550 Contact: Romesnowboards.com
Source: Best Life
 

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