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F-BOMs utilize a transparent heating element, sandwiched between the inner and outer lense...

Few things can take away from a day of downhill skiing quite like foggy goggles. Although many models feature an anti-fog inner coating, entrepreneur Dave McCulloch wasn't pleased with their performance. This prompted him to take a thin-film heating element invented by Jack Cornelius, and incorporate it into his F-BOM ski goggles.  Read More

Wolfgang Haupt shows us the Freecross

If you're an avid skier who wants to stay in shape over the summer, then you might use a fitness device along the lines of a Nordic Track. One of the problems with those machines, however, is that you're just stuck in one place while using them – the exact opposite of the freedom that's a big part of skiing. That's why skier Wolfgang Haupt teamed up with Porsche Engineering to create the Freecross.  Read More

The Delazify Yeti at the 2014 ISPO Munich show

While fitness monitors and apps may work for other sports, UK start-up Delazify feels that skiers and snowboarders need a bigger, bolder template. That template is the Yeti, a bulging wrist monitor that makes it easier to see your on-slope performance figures.  Read More

Dreamscience and Jamie Barrow take snowboarding horizontal

Motor power can make already crazy, awesome adrenaline sports even crazier and … awesomer. Just look at designs like the Gnarboard and Jetboard. Unfortunately, filling a garage with various forms of motorized gear could quickly bankrupt a professional sports star. If an experimental thrusting system from UK-based Dreamscience Propulsion makes it to market, it could save some of those dollars by rolling the fun of several types of motorized boards into one device. The electric propulsion system lends motor-muscle to skiing, surfing, paragliding and beyond.  Read More

The North45 scarf has an escape route for your breath and is designed to prevent your gogg...

Canadian-based start-up North45 has developed a cleverly designed two-piece scarf with an integrated magnet that stays fixed to your goggles while providing an escape route for your breath.  Read More

Dainese says the D-air does not affect the skier's aerodynamics

We've been following the development of the Dainese D-Air Ski for just over three years, and the company has now revealed a near-competition-ready prototype to the world. Using a clever array of sensors, the protective ski garment detects a crash and rapidly inflates around the skier's upper body to protect from injury on the way down.  Read More

Moticon took home two awards at the WT Conference

Athletic and medical tracking is slowly sliding off our wrists and chests and into our clothing. This year's Wearable Technologies Conference Europe showed a strong shift toward clothing items powered by textile sensors, including Mbody smart shorts. Feet are getting in on the act too, with the "world's first fully integrated sensor insole" from Moticon, which turns your shoes into a wireless performance-tracking system.  Read More

Zeal shows its updated HD2 Camera Goggle at the 2014 Outdoor Retailer Winter Market

Zeal has established itself as the tech-savvy ski goggle manufacturer. It was the first goggle-maker to adopt Recon Instruments' heads-up display and one of the first to integrate an HD action cam into its goggles. This year, it's revealed the updated HD2 Camera Goggle with upgraded hardware and new features.  Read More

BikeBoards recently debuted at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market

Bikes designed for snow, ice and weather have really become all the rage over the past few years. A new Colorado-based outfit thinks it has a solution for snow biking that's considerably better than fat tires. The BikeBoard puts a ski underneath the front tire, providing float in deep snow and metal-edged traction on hardpack. Bikes have officially gone skiin'.  Read More

The sides of the Snow Foldable Helmet pull out to match the width of the user's head

Eyewear and helmet manufacturer Carrera got itself noticed last year, when it released an accordion-like bike helmet that can be folded in or out to accommodate different head sizes. Now, the company has brought that same idea to the skiing and snowboarding-oriented Snow Foldable Helmet.  Read More

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