Epic New Gear For An Epic Winter

Is your equipment from the last decade? Has the new year found you planning an upgrade? From the steep shutes, to the back bowls and the groomers, the latest technology and newest equipment can give you the confidence to push your limits.

P: John Entwistle

Here’s a list of what’s up for grabs in Whistler with suggestions aplenty for the twenties.

Icebreaker Baselayer

Thermally mapped fabric zones trap heat when you need it – and release it when you don’t. Practical and comfortable from the morning upload to the afternoon après session.

For her: Women’s 250 vertex long sleeve zip and leggings crystalline.

For him: Men’s Merino bodyfitZONE 260 zone long sleeve half zip and leggings.

Icebreaker Socks

Durable and breathable with anatomical design for maximum fit and comfort. Achilles support keeps the sock in place and seamless toe closure helps to prevent blisters. These socks are tried and tested from the park to the slopes and the backcounty.

For her: Women’s Merino Ski+ Medium Over The Calf

For him: Men’s Merion Ski+ Light Over The Calf

OAKLEY Fall Line XL Goggles

The fall line is the most direct downhill line on the mountain. Improved peripheral vision combined with proven Prizm lens technology creates the best possible vision in any condition. Leaving you with no excuse not to try the fall line you’ve been scoping out… the Oakley Fall Line XL goggles are now available in a larger size and medium fit.

OAKLEY Mod 1 Helmet

All the modern features including top of the range protection from integrated MIPS technology, removable padding and ventilation. The most impressive feature? A magnetic buckle that allows the helmet to be fastened and unfastened without removing gloves.

The North Face FUTURELIGHT Jacket & Pants

The FUTURELIGHT series from the North Face contains new technology that allows air to pass through materials to increase breathability while retaining the durability and waterproof qualities.

You might recognize this apparel from the video of the first skied descent of the Lhotse couloir in the Himalayas by Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison.

For him: Men’s Freethinker Jacket and Pants.

For her: Women’s Purist Jacket and Bib.

Patagonia Brodeo Beanie (not pictured)

A ski bum essential designed to be worn from the piste to the backcountry. A snug fit that loosens as it’s worn and made from recycled wool and recycled nylon for maximum comfort and minimal impact to the environment in true Patagonia style.

Hestra Army Leather Patrol Gloves (not pictured)

A durable glove that will last the decade and longer. The removable liner offers extra warmth, handcuffs keep the gloves together and a pull strap with eyelet and carabiner make these gloves perfect for any adventure on the snow.

ROXY Premiere Snow Jacket

Make the coldest days feel like a walk in the park. The latest premium snow jacket from ROXY is taking warmth to a whole new level. A lightweight rechargeable battery heats the jacket and is controllable with a button or by using the associated app for iPhone and Android. This is a piece of outerwear you will be sure to warm to.

Salomon QST 99/ Salomon QST Lumen 99 (not pictured)

One of the best-selling all mountain skis from recent years with upgrades aplenty for two thousand and twenty. A Powerframe Ti insert allows for maximum power plus increased hard snow edging and a cork damplifier offers lighter and improved vibration absorption and dampening. The reviews for this ski speak for themselves.

P: Blake Jorgenson

Here’s to another decade of pushing limits and making memories on the mountains.

Browse the mountain stores with the gear you’re looking for.

Reserve rental equipment and lift tickets for this winter season online or by calling 1-800-766-0449.