Gear 2019 Preview
GEAR 2019 Preview The combined Outdoor Retailer and SIA Snow Show held in Denver, Colo. from Jan. 25-28 saw the largest U.S. trade show for outdoor and winter-sports industries host more than 1,000 brands. Ski and accessory manufacturers rolled out the re
Rottefella MOVE Binding System
Rottefella has introduced MOVE, the world’s first slide-able binding system, winner of an ISPO award. The new system lets you to move the binding backward or forward without releasing your boots. The innovative concept is easy to operate via a red dial near the front of the binding, allowing you to go from +3 to -1 in three simple turns. Skiers can now quickly and effortlessly adjust their position on their skis while out on the trail for improved performance in changing conditions. When the binding is moved back, it raises the camber, offering more glide, and when moved forward, it lowers the camber for better kick. According to Rottefella, Rottefe the new bindings are International-ski-federatio International-ski-federation-approved and can be used with all current syste systems via a MOVE Switch Kit and Adaptor. Both Mads Madshus and Alpina are using this exciting new system..
Swix Quantum Series Ski Poles
New for this season is the Quantum Series pole lineup from Swix. The re-de re-design process began last year with its new Triac 3.0 and strap system used by top athletes at the 2018 Olympics. O The new series features six carbon-fibre-shaft carbon-fibrepoles, courtesy of a new fabrication technique called cold-rolling, which provides a higher percen percentage of carbon fibre. The Triac 3.0 strap system is found on the Quantum 1, 2 and 3, while the lightweight Triac 3.0 basket system syste is featured throughout th the series, all at a better price point and a great new option for skiers this season.
Rottefella's new innovative MOVE binding system Rossignol's new Nordic Overboot