On Saturday, the pro ultrarunner skinned and skied a combined 61,200 feet in 24 hours, setting a record for the most vert in a single day

These planks have built-in sensors to track your ski dynamics and offer real-time coaching. Geeky or brilliant?

Traveling far and wide for powder doesn't have to be an awkward nightmare, thanks to this cleverly designed carry-on

A few weeks back we posted Faction's This Is Home. Though the footage was sweet and satisfying, there was a lingering hope that they may provide us with a little dessert. And did they ever.

Each March, Outside and Backcountry team up to test next season’s backcountry skis, boots, and bindings, the best of which end up in each magazine’s winter Buyer’s Guide

These bibs are the missing piece to your spring skiing outfit.

And Ortovox will help incentivize you: it'll pay $75 for any old transceiver through a new gear-retirement program

Your paws deserve the best. (Outdoor Research) Outdoor Research Capstone Heated Why spend five bills on electric gloves? To play longer when the mercury drops. A heating surface covers 70 percent of the Capstone (twice the area of most other models), and the lithium-ion batteries deliver up to eight hours…

Some people throw their gear in a corner of the garage. Others have dedicated gear rooms that are so stacked and organized they look like retail shops. We asked our Instagram followers to submit photos of their tricked-out storage spaces. Here are our 12 favorites.

Mike Parris tailors around 100 pairs of skis each season to the individual needs and wants of riders.

The short answer: no. If you’re a casual resort skier, you can get away with $100 pants. But if you often find yourself deep in the backcountry, make the $450 investment.

When an airline bag packed with ski stuff goes unclaimed, it ends up at a warehouse in Alabama. Once a year, that gear goes on sale in the world’s biggest winter-goods orgy. We sent a photographer to document the chaos.

Hey, outdoor-equipment companies: Please stop ignoring women who rip

How to build a high-quality quiver on a budget

Break new ground in your snowsports repertoire without breaking the bank

Lightweight, breathable apparel that'll turn you into a Nordic ski champ

Because a world without internal-frame backpacks, bike derailleurs, and wetsuits would be a darker place

If you spend $1,500 on a new kit, you better make sure it lasts more than a season or two

One of the toughest, most waterproof gloves on the market.

Waterproof skins that don't gain weight on the ascent

Turn any backpack into an avalanche airbag system

The coolest, most high-tech solution to goggle fog we've seen

Even though New Year’s Eve is behind us, you can still use skiing as an excuse to crack open a cold one, either at the local bar or in the parking lot

Passes have never been cheaper. But will the deep discounts destroy your local hill?

The pro skier and mountaineering badass shares her favorite winter destination and gear.

Absolutely. But it will take patience and persistence.

The world's top skiers and snowboarders share their favorite mountain accessories.

The key to digging your friends out alive is how fast you are with these three essential avalanche safety tools.

And hello to the F-Bom, the world's first snow goggles with active anti-fog technology.

Sure it's expensive, but Park City boasts friendly residents, easy access to great skiing, and plenty of culture.

Whether you’re carving corduroy or slaying the steeps, a little guidance from the pros can help you do it better.

Freeskiing is, by far, the olympic sport I am most excited to watch during this winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Freeskiing is brand new to the Olympics for 2014, and the three disciplines involved, half-pipe, slope style, and skicross, are going to be a thrill to watch. I get downright…

Rossi is the industry leader when it comes to balancing rocker (upturned tip and tail), camber (for edge hold and glide), and taper (the pin shape in the front and back, which delivers a loose feel in and out of turns). This year it packed all that institutional knowledge into the Super 7.

The first 16-DIN tech binding, the new Beast features a “return to center” toe piece. As you ski, the binding deflects to absorb shock. It’s one of the reasons, safety-wise, alpine-style bindings outperform tech bindings.

The Helldorado is nimble in strangled chutes but stable and absorbant when you’ve got room to open it up.

With a tight 14.3-meter turn radius, a powerful system-style binding, and Head’s World Cup race construction, this Austrian setup should have tossed us Yanks around by our Cinnabons.

The Annex 108 doesn’t really have a weak spot. The wood core and metal construction make chatter a nonissue.

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.

In the market for ski goggles? Here's what to look for this season.

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