The ultimate packing list for going out of bounds
Rossignol’s honeycombed tip and tail shed mass where it’s vital—away from your body. As a result, it’s effortless to throw the Soul 7 sideways in the trees or whenever you need to scrub speed.
Outside picks the best gear for your alpine-touring setup, including the K2 WayBack skis.
Black Diamond's new Carbon Megawatt is light enough for touring and fat enough to float atop soft snow.
Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the Volkl Nunataq skis
I'm heading into the backcountry this winter after years of in-bounds skiing, and I need a randonee set up. How much should I plan to spend? And will I notice a big difference between randonee boots and skis, and my race boots and all-mountain skis?
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