Bad snow seasons mean great deals on ski gear. So do your snow dances and stock up for next season with these nine great deals which are happening at Backcountry.com for the entire month of February.
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G3 Alpinist Skin ($120; 25 percent off)
For newbie tourers and experienced mountain guides alike, the Alpinists provide durable and reliable performance in the backcountry. They glide exceptionally well for a nylon skin and the glue is durable—we've had a pair for three seasons and they're nearly as sticky as when we first bought them. G3 skins are also a breeze to trim to fit so there's no need to pay a shop.
Backcountry Tracker 2 Avalanche Kit ($284; 25 percent off)
This kit includes the Tracker 2 Beacon, B-1 EXT Shovel, and Stealth 270 Probe in one no-frills package. The Tracker 2 is one of the most respected beacons on the market thanks to it's intuitive interface, 50-meter search range, and multiple-burial indicators. The B-1 shovel is compact and lightweight, with a telescopic aluminum blade and ergonomic T-grip handle. The lightweight, aluminum Stealth 270 probe features Quick-Lock assembly so you don't waste time setting up when seconds become precious.
Scarpa Maestrale RS Boot ($635; 20 percent off)
One of the most popular AT boots of the year, the Maestrale RS is built on a wide, 101mm last for super comfort on the ascent. The shell is made from Grilamid, a lightweight plastic that's reinforced with carbon fiber for increased rigidity without extra weight. The entire cuff is vented to let body heat escape and is backed by a waterproof, breathable membrane so snow doesn't work its way through to the liner when you're breaking trail through knee-deep powder or setting the boot pack up a narrow couloir.
Mammut Barryvox Beacon ($262; 25 percent off)
If you want a top-of-the-line beacon but don't want to buy a packaged set, look no further than the Barryvox. It features a 70-meter search radius and is super easy to master thanks to its simple one button, one switch orientation. In addition to basic search and receive functions, the Barryvox features a digital display that tracks your positioning relative to the slide path and offers tips for proper probing technique.
Spy Doom Happy Lens Goggles ($165; 25 percent off)
Wide, UV-protective lenses, moisture-wicking foam and a pressure-reducing “Flex Frame” mean that Spy’s Doom Happy Lens goggles are comfortable all day, every day.
DPS Skis Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski ($910; 30 percent off)
The Cassiar 95 Pure3 skis are the ultimate frontside shred sticks, perfect for charging hard on everything from fresh groomers to cruddy hardpack. Thanks to an Aspen-wood and carbon-fiber core, the ski maintains stiffness without adding weight, so you'll be able to drive the skis through tighter or more playful terrain without destroying your quads in the first few turns. Plus: The World Cup bases are just burly enough so you don't have to freak out every time you hit an unexpected rock.
Salomon QST Charge Helmet ($160; 20 percent off)
Significantly lighter than other helmets in Salomon's line, the QST Charge is specifically designed for longer backcountry missions. It features lightweight and shock absorbing EPS 40 foam and large vents for dumping unwanted heat. The coolest feature is the merino wool panels which offer superior comfort and provide wool's natural anti-odor properties so your helmet won't stink.