For Winter 2016/17, Smith adapted its ChromaPop lens technology into a new snow goggle offering that…
Back in 2012, Arc’teryx filed a patent for a motor powered avalanche airbag system. Four…
Earlier this month, Recon Instruments released a new app for skiers and snowboarders that allows you to control your GoPro HERO4 camera remotely—and to access a real-time viewfinder—using snow goggles like Oakley’s Airwave 1.5, which are equipped with Recon’s Snow2 heads-up display.
Last year, we saw Thule enter the technical backpack market with a line of backpacking and hiking packs. Now, to support you through your winter activities, Thule releases two backcountry ski and snowboard packs–the Upslope 35L and Upslope 20L.
Avatech realizes the best avalanche information comes from people actually observing and experiencing the conditions rather than a static snapshot based on weather and other data at a certain time and place. To help facilitate the sharing of real-time safety information, the company created a network where we can all collectively work together to help keep each other safe this winter.
Augmented reality (AR) appears to be the next big thing in snow goggles. Back in March, RideOn announced the release of their AR goggles and now new entrant GogglePal launches their version via a Kickstarter campaign. GogglePal connects to any pair of goggles and works with your phone to store data and connect with your friends.