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  • 10 PEAKS

    About 10 Peaks

    The Canadian national park Banff lies in the mountain chain Ten Peaks and their ten white peaks reflect in the turquoise waters of the Moriane Lake. The native Stoney Indians called the area Wenkchemna, meaning ten.

    Already in the late 19th century European settlers and adventurers were guided around the fantastic surroundings by the natives. Even today the nature of Ten Peaks entices adventurers from all over the world.

    Inspired by this beautiful place and its adventurous history we have developed a new range of gloves that meets the needs of the active skiers and snowboarders. 10 Peaks stands for quality, innovation and customer satisfaction.

    Approach

    High quality glove making starts with the intimate knowledge of the human body and its interaction with the task at hand. In the case of winter sports gloves, the likes of temperature control and moisture management play an integral role in ensuring optimal function and protection of one’s hands. The design of performance hand wear presents many unique challenges, not only do we consider the aforementioned we must ensure the unique needs of each activity and the seamless integration of proper fit and balance with durability and dexterity.

    Artisanship

    Extraordinary feats are performed by extraordinary people. Our glove artisans are absolute specialists in their craft. We’ve simply considered the development of innovative and functional handwear to be at the cornerstone of our company. It is this unwavering commitment to quality craftsmanship which makes 10 PEAKS a distinct high performance sports glove brand

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  • AIRBLASTER

    WHO?

    We are a small team of lifetime board dorks, with jobs. Among other things, we love to snowboard, and this has brought us together at Airblaster.  As far as we know, Airblaster is the only company 100% privately owned and operated by dedicated, lifelong, professional board dorks.  

     

    WHAT?

    Ninja Suit base layers and Airblaster premium outerwear.  We make these and other original fun products for the mountains, travel, and daily life.  We are serious about making great products, because we understand that when you’re using quality gear, you are free to focus on fun and fully live the experience in front of you.   

     

    WHERE?

    Earth, headquartered in Portland, Oregon, USA.  Whether exploring our own backyard or the deepest reaches of Japan, we’re making a good time of it.  Airblaster products are manufactured in Vietnam, China, and Japan in clean, climate-controlled, socially-responsible garment factories, and are available globally from our fine dealers, online partners, or directly from Airblaster.

     

    WHY?

    To share fun, freedom, friendship, and great products.  We do what we do because it is literally our job.  And it makes us happy to share positive ideals and great products with you.  Want to support? Give us a follow and please consider voting for us with your dollar, the next time you vote.  Thanks for your time and consideration, and please do not forget to Stay Wild!

  • AIRHOLE

    Since 2006

    Founded by two pro snowboarders from Whistler, Kale Stephens and Chris Brown, Airhole celebrates it's 11th collection.

    Born out of necessity to breathe while wearing a bandana, the boys simply cut a single hole and launched a revolution in facemask design and function.

    10+ Years of Innovation

    Tested and proven in the field, Airhole is trusted by the world's best snowboarders, skiers, photographers and adventurers.

    Worn in all conditions, Airholes protect the wearer from the elements.

    Tailored fits

    The perfect fit goes without saying. Airholes are tailored to fit seamlessly with helmets, all head shapes and sizes, and for all warmth requirements.

  • AIRWHEEL

    Airwheel is one of the leading companies in the world in the production of technologically advanced monapattini and electric scooters.

  • AMPLID

    There’s nothing better than a good old-fashioned test to be sure you’ve found the perfect shred match. Join Amplid at a Test to Believe Tour event to try before you buy and experience Amplid's :::Next Level Riding promise for yourself. See you on the mountain!

  • ANALOG

    Analog Clothing and Outerwear

    Raw creativity with rad inspiration, the Analog collection is a force of technical performance and rider-driven style.
  • ANON

    ANON STORY:

    Anon Optics is a ski and snowboard goggle brand owned by Burton Snowboards of the U.S. state of Vermont. Although they were initially produced in the Smith Optics factory, they are now produced in Burton's factory. Currently the produce goggles and sunglasses

    From magnetic lenses and facemasks to ultralight and low-profile helmets—innovation is what defines the Anon collection.

    Magnetic lens technology paired with the enhanced contrast of SONAR lenses by ZEISS for the best possible definition and terrain recognition.

  • ARC'TERYX

    The name Arc'Teryx stands for Archeopteryx Lithographica, a winged reptile that in its evolution is ready to take flight towards the top and the future and whose image is also the symbol of the brand.

    Located in the wilderness of the Canadian coast, Arc'teryx is based on the principle of obsessive and precise design and production. Exclusive production and interior design centers allow us to constantly evolve and build products in the right way. Timeless quality, intuitive design and simplicity translate into unparalleled performance to the point of extreme necessity.

    Simple solutions for complex challenges; this is the essence of minimalism and our design philosophy. Reducing the effects of time, optimizing use and moving efficiently creates a timeless outdoor experience.

    Ad Arc'teryx, challenging what exists and making new ideas is culture. Passion and curiosity feed a continuous drive towards discovery, pushing the boundaries of what is known, regardless of the hypothesis. Our field tests are unique: the designers themselves test the product in real conditions and put them on athletes and professionals for serious situational tests. As romantic as it is, it would be like saying that the inspiration of design is divine, the function and need for solutions are the main initiatives for Arc'teryx products.

  • BAKODA

    Bakoda stomp pads and leashes are among the best accessories for snowboarding, giving its buyers a great value combined with a great sense of durability.

  • BANDERO

    Bandero masks combine style and comfort in an attention-grabbing range of designs for both men and women. You can buy a biker mask from our shop or from selected dealers worldwide.

    The masks are made in a single-size, with a contoured shape for a snug and comfortable fit, and a velcro pad for easy application.

    Bandero masks have been professionally designed, rigorously tested and are manufactured to the highest standards.

  • BARBIERI PNK

    Barbieri PNK is a company present on the market for over thirty years in the production of professional accessories and spare parts for bicycle maintenance.

    It holds patents for bicycle inflation and care products. Barbieri PNK focuses on innovation by listening to the needs of the cyclist to transform his needs into new solutions. The strong attention to product quality has guaranteed the company, over the years, a leading position in the reference sector thanks to the commitment and dedication of each person who makes up the Barbieri PNK group.

  • BILLABONG

    Billabong International Limited is a surf company, primarily a clothing retailer that also produces accessories, like watches and backpacks and skateboard and snowboard products under other brand-names. Founded in 1973 by Gordon and Rena Merchant, the company first traded on the Australian Securities Exchange on 11 August 2000. The name "billabong" is derived from the Wiradjuri word "bilabaŋ" that refers to a "creek that runs only during the rainy season". As of September 2013, Von Zipper, and Element are two of the prominent brands that Billabong owns. Honolua Surf Company, Kustom, Palmers Surf, Xcel, Tigerlily, Sector 9 and RVCA are the company's other brands. From late 2012 onwards, following the company's decline in the period since 2008, Billabong International has been the subject of a protracted bidding process in which the company's former United States chief Paul Naude has been a participant. In the past 2 years, Billabong has used a corporate turnaround strategy to return the company to profitability, which it achieved in 2014.

  • BONFIRE

    Bonfire Outerwear started over 30 years ago deeply entrenched in the Pacific Northwest. Every year we burned our boards in a giant bonfire as a sacrifice for better snow. We said we’d ride forever. We said we’d make clothes that ride forever. We do. We have upheld the legacy that rose from that bonfire so many years ago. Tried. Tested. True.

  • BURTON SNOWBOARDS

    Burton Snowboards was founded by Jake Burton in 1977. Burton was inspired by the snurfer, invented by Sherman Poppen. He modified it. In 1977 Burton moved to Londonderry, Vermont to make the first Burton Snowboards. Burton personally first made snowboards by hand in his garage. He couldn't afford the proper equipment—so he applied polyurethane wearing a scuba mask. His co-founder Dimitrije Milovich, was an East coast surfer and founder of Winterstick. In 1978, they moved to Manchester, Vermont. During the early years 4 or 5 workers sold, shaped, and repaired their snowboards. Jake Burton campaigned for local resorts to open their lifts to snowboard riders. The first mountain to have reportedly let snowboarders in was in 1982, the Suicide Six ski area in Pomfret, Vermont. Next was Stratton Mountain, and later, Jay Peak and Stowe. When resorts started to accept riders, the public did too. Burton was in place to supply them with snowboards. In 1982 Burton was marketing their product at the National Snowboarding Championships, which were held at Suicide Six. In 1985 the National Snowboarding Championships moved to Stratton Mountain and became the U.S. Open Snowboarding championships which was operated and owned by Burton. This competition helped legitimize the sport. In 1983, he married Donna Carpenter and, in the past, taken her last name as his last name. In 1985 Burton established the European Division of Burton in Innsbruck, Austria. In 1986 distribution started in New Zealand. In 1992 the Burton factory relocated to Burlington, VT. In 1994 they opened the Japan division in Urawa-shi. In 2014, there were 400 employees in Burlington, out of 1,000 worldwide. As of 2009, Burton owned 10 companies that sold snowboards, outerwear, and shoes. R.E.D, Gravis, Anon, Analog,Forum, Special Blend, Foursquare, Jeenyus, and most recently Channel Islands. In 2008 Burton began to make surfboards in Vermont. In 2008, a number of complaints arose when Burton produced snowboards, some with topsheets illustrating self-mutilation and others with topsheets illustrating Playboy bunnies. As a result, the Burton Love was discontinued for the 2012 line and replaced by the Mr. Nice Guy. Each year, Jake Burton has hosted the Fall Bash, to promote good will among employees and friends of the company. In 2009, the Fall Bash became the subject of controversy after the company attempted to censor press about it. In 2010, Burton announced that Burton Snowboards would cease manufacturing in Vermont, moving production to Austria. "Simply put, it costs us significantly more to produce a board in Vermont than we are capable of selling it for, and sadly, this is not sustainable in the current economy." Burton named Donna Carpenter as President in December 2011. For 2013, Donna Carpenter estimated that the company had 40–45% of the snowboarding business; which business totaled $236 million. She said that the U.S. market comprised 35% of the business, Europe 30%, and Japan and Canada most of the rest. In May 2014, Burton named Mike Rees as CEO. Jake Burton remained as founder and chairman. In December 2015, Burton named Donna Carpenter as CEO (Mike Rees having left to be closer to family) and John Lacy as President.

  • CARHARTT

    1855
    Hamilton Carhartt is born in Macedon Locks, New York.

    1889
    Hamilton Carhartt starts producing hemp and jeans suits with only four sewing machines and five employees, respecting the trade union regulations.

    1910
    The Carhartt Company expanded and incorporated two cotton mills in Georgia and South Carolina, as well as factories in Detroit, Dallas and San Francisco.

    1911
    The company Carhartt Automobile Corporation annually produces around 300 "walking vehicles" under the motto "The alpha and the omega in the construction of engines".

    1914
    During the First World War, Carhartt produces work uniforms for the army. In the first two decades of the 20th century, the Carhartt clothing company reached the peak of its economic success, with a total of 17 registered establishments.

    1923
    For the first time, the unmistakable Chore Coat CO1 from Carhartt is published, becoming a fundamental piece of the Carhartt collection.

    1932
    Carhartt opens a new plant in Irvine, Kentucky and launches the "Back to the Earth" campaign that offers workers better living conditions, far from poor neighborhoods, exploiting companies and the suffering of the industrialized metropolis, full of thousands of unemployed due to the Great Depression.

    1937
    Hamilton Carhartt dies in a car accident in Grosse Pointe, Michigan at the age of 82 and leaves the company to his sons, Hamilton Jr. and Wylie.

    1941
    The United States enters World War II and the entire US economy receives a strong boost as factories support war efforts. Soldiers, both at home and abroad, need durable and durable clothing.

    1966
    The spring collection presents a line of classic sportswear, casual jackets, jeans and T-shirts, all in canvas, with products called e.g. "Huggers pants" and "Surfers".

    1989
    Carhartt celebrates its centenary.

    Carhartt Work in Progress

    1989
    With the title "All American Concept", Edwin Faeh starts bringing typically American products to the European market.

    1992
    The boom in the prestige of Carhartt in the world of street style is registered thanks to a group of trendsetters whose names will always remain connected to the dawn of hip hop.

    1994
    Edwin Faeh founded Work in Progress (WIP), the exclusive distributor of Carhartt in Europe.

    1995
    "L'hate", a film by Mathieu Kassovitz, is one of the first films to feature the Carhartt brand thanks to its growing popularity in underground street culture.

    1996
    WIP buys the license to produce Carhartt garments outside the United States and in 1997 launches the first "original" European collection.

    1997
    The first exclusive Carhartt WIP store opens in Europe, on Neal Street in London.

    1997
    Creation of the Carhartt WIP Skate and BMX teams.

    1999
    Evan Hecox launches a series of illustrated advertising campaigns. His drawings of brilliant simplicity represent the standards for future Carhartt WIP campaigns.

    2000
    Carhartt WIP presents its first women's collection.

    2000
    Edwin Faeh, Oliver Drewes and Philipp Maiburg founded Combination Records for Carhartt WIP, a public platform for new electronic music.

    2003
    The first nineteen issues of Rugged Magazine are published to celebrate "the collections of curiosities of all the people with a mission ... or anything in which we came across".

    2007
    Bildschöne Bücher & Carhartt WIP publishes "Dirt Ollies: A Skateboard Trip to Mongolia" by Alexander Basile, Pontus Alv and Bertrand Trichet.

    2010
    Some collaborations: A.P.C., Adam Kimmel, Burton, Master-mind, Fragment Design, Sophnet, Uniform Experiment, Vans, Vestax, AIAIAI, 5Boro, London Undercover and many others.

    2010
    Presentation of the Carhartt WIP Heritage line which includes products inspired by the heritage of the Carhartt brand.

    2011
    Carhartt WIP introduces the embroidery of brown duck on the garments as a trait d'union with its ancient tradition.

    2011
    Carhartt WIP opens a store in New York and returns to its American origins.

    2014
    Carhartt WIP celebrates its first 25 years of activity.

    2016
    The book "The Carhartt WIP Archives" is published, the first roundup of memories from the world of Carhartt WIP.

    2018
    The development of Carhartt WIP continues.

  • CMP

    CMP is the result of a story that began more than 50 years ago, that of Maria Disegna and her sons Andrea, Mario, Antonio, Silvano and Giorgio. The story of a family that, thanks to the passion and dedication continues to work, creates solid foundations for a leading company in textiles and clothing. Today the F.lli Campagnolo Group is synonymous with great manufacturing tradition, research and technological innovation, qualities that find their highest expression in CMP, a brand dedicated to the sportwear world, and make it one of the leading brands in the sector.

    "Real People. Real Products. "Is the idea that represents us: we tell the story of real men and women, who every day live intensely their passions and their work in contexts in which our product finds its best use.

  • DAKINE

    PROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS

    Built for winter's worst weather and maximum protection against the elements. No matter what the weather, Dakine outerwear will protect you from the elements.

  • DC

    The company was founded in June 1993 by Damon Way and Ken Block,it was originally based in Carlsbad, California, but is now based in Huntington Beach, California, United States. DC originally stood for "Droors Clothing", but since the sale of Droors Clothing (which is now defunct), DC no longer has ties to Droors and is simply DC Shoes, Inc. On March 8, 2004, DC Shoes was acquired by Quiksilver in an US$87 million transaction. In 2010, DC Shoes moved from Vista, California, to Quiksilver's headquarters in Huntington Beach. A video entitled Skateboarding Is Forever was released online in 2010 and featured parts from the amateur DC skateboard team at the time: Marquise Henry, Matt Miller, Wes Kremer, Evan Smith, and Greg Myers. Apart from Myers and Henry, all of the skateboarders from the video remain sponsored by the company in 2013, and have since attained professional status (Myers was arrested following a carjacking incident in October 2012). In 2011, the brand underwent a rejuvenation process that included the design of a new flag logo.As part of this process, new skateboard team announcements were progressively made and a series of advertisements, under the direction of new team member Steve Berra, were released online. The other new team announcements were Mikey Taylor, Mike Mo Capaldi, Nyjah Huston, Chris Cole, and Davis Torgerson. Felipe Gustavo was introduced at a later stage. A further progression of the brand relaunch was the "Rediscover" campaign that commenced in December 2011, following the addition of Capaldi and Huston to the skateboard team. The campaign is entitled "Rediscover DC" and the launch signified the first time that the entire DC team had been brought together in nearly a decade. The first individual installment of the campaign was entitled "Rediscover Technology" and featured Chris Cole's signature shoe.[16] The subsequent instalments are as follows:

    • Rediscover the Road: Mike Mo (March 2012)
    • Rediscover Oz: Team (March 2012)
    • Rediscover Dreams: Danny Way (April 2012)
    • Rediscover Opportunity: Matt Miller (May 2012)
    • Rediscover Heritage: Josh Kalis (June 2012)
    • Rediscover Mikey Taylor: Mikey Taylor (July 2012)
    • Rediscover Home: Felipe Gustavo (September 2012)
    • Rediscover Youth: DC Youth Division (October 2012)

    Following the brand relaunch, Taylor was the first new team member to release a signature model, as well as a corresponding full video part, both of which were launched in July 2012. As of August 2012, the DC company had entered the women's market and the "Women's Fall 12 Collection" consisted of footwear, apparel, accessories, soft goods, and accessories. In the first half of 2013, the promotion of new team members continued as Capaldi ("Mike Mo S"), Kremer ("Wes Kremer Pro"), and Huston released signature shoe models. On the final night of May 2013, a launch event was held at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, California, U.S. for the first signature model skate shoe of Huston's career, with Pete Rock in the role of DJ. The model is named the "Nyjah Huston Signature Shoe" and the promotional advertisement features Huston executing a trick at set of stairs at Hollywood High School in Los Angeles, U.S. Cyril Jackson, accompanied by the "Baker Council S" shoe model, was introduced as a new amateur team member in mid-August 2013. Miller's first professional shoe model with the brand was announced on October 6, 2014. Titled the "Matt Miller S," the shoe was released after Miller had been sponsored by DC Shoes for six years. The company's skate team embarked on the "Defy Convention Asia" tour at the start of November 2014. Tristan Funkhouser and Bobby De Keyzer were added to the global skateboarding team amateur squad on December 19, 2014, through the release of a YouTube welcome video that is just under 10 minutes in duration. The company described both additions as "unique" in the promotional blurb for the "Defunkt" video.

  • DOLLY NOIRE

    Dolly Noire is an Italian brand, registered in 2004 by four guys in the suburbs of Milan.

    Officially founded in 2013, Dolly Noire was born on a bench on a summer evening, mixing fun with friends with a passion for streetwear and a good dose of resourcefulness.

    This is the story of four friends and their shared dream.

    It all started in 2004, we were 15 years old. We went out together in a company of almost forty people, and during a summer evening spent like many others at the little park near the house, we thought of a t-shirt symbol for our company. Our meeting place was a place called "the benches", so our first t-shirt depicted the simple stylization of a bench.

    It was a simple object, but from the beginning it made us aware that we could imagine, design and create the clothing that we most felt and that could talk about us. Clothing at that age became an instrument of communication of one's own identity, bearer of a state of mind, of a moment, of certain values ​​and often a symbol of belonging to a group.

  • DRAKE

    The company first started out as a shoe manufacturer in the early 1980s, when they produced shoes for other companies. Then in the late 1980s when snowboarding was first starting to take form, Piva started to manufacture snowboard boots for other snowboard companies. After doing extensive R&D, he began to develop his own brand of boots.
    Piva bought the company name, Northwave, which originally stemmed from a wind surfing company in Hood River, Oregon, United States. In 1991 Northwave came out with its own line of snowboard boots. In the mid-1990s Northwave bought Drake bindings, which was an already established binding company. Drake bindings were very well designed and quality built, but had poor distribution. In mid-1997 Drake bindings became part of Northwave but kept its original brand name. In 1998 Bakoda Design Logic snowboard accessories, was added to the company. Bakoda was originally started in the early 1990s by the Royes brothers in 1998. Northwave bought the company, leaving the brand with its originally established name.

  • EASTPAK

    Eastpak is an American worldwide lifestyle brand founded in Boston, USA, specializing in the design, development, manufacturing and worldwide marketing and distribution of a range of products including bags, backpacks, travel gear and accessories. The company began as Eastern Canvas Products USA, Inc. in 1952, producing bags and packs for the US military before focusing on the consumer market under the brand name Eastpak as of 1976. It is part of the VF Corporation brand portfolio.Eastpak was founded in 1952 by Monte Goldman as Eastern Canvas Products USA Inc.. Early activities included the manufacture of a line of duffel bags, backpacks and safety equipment for the US Army. The company direction changed dramatically, however, when Monte’s son Mark Goldman joined the company in 1976. He transformed the company’s retail product line into a fully-fledged consumer brand and launched the first line-up of bags and packs at a sportswear trade fair in Chicago in 1977. Norman Jacobs joined the company in 1980 and together with partner, Mark Goldman, claimed a market-leading share of the US college market on the East Coast throughout most of the 1980s and early 1990s.In 1985 Eastpak introduced bright colors and prints to the bags collections, cementing the brand’s evolution from an outdoor brand to an urban lifestyle brand. The company retained its image and reputation for quality and durability by also becoming the first bags brand to offer a lifetime warranty on its products (for legal reasons, the warranty is limited to 30 years). The evolution towards a bolder, more original style was also matched in the mid-1980s by increasingly provocative advertising campaigns featuring, e.g. the controversial comic-book character Andy Capp. Eastpak entered the luggage market in 1999 with the first wheeled trolley produced for the consumer market. The brand was acquired by VF Corporation in 2000, the clothing and apparel giant, where it joined other brands such as JanSport, The North Face, Kipling, Lee and Wrangler.[cit Wikipedia]

  • ENFUSE BINDINGS

    Shaped by mountains

    At Enfuse we produce equipment that in the mountains makes you feel like at home. Innovation and looking for the perfect solution is a real joy and adrenaline for us. Where the others are ending, we are just getting started.

  • ETNIES

    Etnies (stylized as etnies) is a footwear brand based in Lake Forest, California, United States, and is owned by Sole Technology, Inc. As of 2013, the company sponsors professional skateboarders and releases signature shoe models.
    The company was launched in 1986 and following the end of his professional skateboarding career, current owner, Pierre André Sénizergues, commenced design work at etnies shortly after the company's formation. Etnies was an emerging European brand at the time that Sénizergues joined the company and he was responsible for designing the "Senix", "Lo-Cut", "Low-Top Rap", "Intercity" and "Scam" shoe models. Sénizergues subsequently introduced the brand to the US and proceeded to build Sole Technology, with the addition of the Emerica, éS (on hiatus between 2012 and 2014, but back in production), and ThirtyTwo (snowboarding brand created in 1995) brands.

  • FIVE TEN

    Five Ten made headlines in 1985 when we invented the first approach shoe (the Five Tennie) with Stealth high-friction rubber. Then we revolutionized climbing by developing special Stealth formulas for rock shoes. Since then, we’ve continually provided innovation through unique rubber compounds.

    We love to geek out about stuff like abrasion resistance, durometers, and tensile strength-but the important thing to remember is that Stealth Rubber is the leading high-friction outsole. It has excelled in all outdoor sports, putting people on podiums, summits and deep into the backcountry for 30 years…and we’re just getting started.

  • FLEXFIT

    Flexfit LLC (the US sales & distribution agency of Yupoong INC.) is one of the world's largest vendors of custom, private label headwear. We manufacture hats for some of the most reputable brands in the sports, streetwear, action sports, golf and outdoor markets, while also offering a wide selection of the best wholesale blank caps.

    Nearly two decades ago, we engineered the original FLEXFIT® hat. It was a watershed moment. Today, we offer products that reflect that same creative spirit and unbending commitment to quality: 110® Adjustables, 210 FITTED®, THE CLASSICS YUPOONG®, and of course, the original FLEXFIT®. And we will continue to cradle an unbridled passion to raise headwear standards and to change the world, one hat at a time.

    We make hats. It’s the only game we know.

  • FLOW

    Whether you ride backcountry, side country, or park, whether you hunger for big drops or silky smooth groomers, our bindings let you get out in the snow and into the zone.

    Since 1996 when Flow smashed the status quo that a binding was two straps and a fixed heel, to our Flow fit boot technology providing the most comfortable boots right out of the box, and our innovative, high-performance snowboard program, we’ve always carved our own path and offered snowboarders the chance to find their own line. Today, Flow is the undisputed leader in the speed-entry binding category and has been for over a decade.

    A member of the NIDECKER Group, our global headquarters are located in Rolle, Switzerland surrounded by historic alpine peaks. Our design studio is based in San Clemente, California in close proximity to the snowboarding epicenters of Big Bear, Snow Summit, Mountain High and Mammoth. From the traditions of the Alps to the innovative jib spirit of Southern California, from freeride to freestyle, we realize that every snowboarder is an individual with specific needs in regards to snowboard product.

    In 2018, as part of the group strategy, the Flow boot and snowboard programs were integrated into the NIDECKER brand. This product merger allowed our experienced and highly motivated R&D team to focus exclusively on Flow’s core product. We are constantly striving to increase the technological gap between Flow bindings and the rest, and our commitment to producing the world’s best snowboard bindings is stronger than ever.

    We believe we are designing the future of snowboarding.

  • FOX

    OUR STORY

    Fox Racing is the global leader in motocross and mountain biking gear and apparel. We outfit the world’s best competitive athletes and enthusiasts with products that combine innovation and style, rooted in the brand's original competitive motocross spirit.
    BORN FROM DIRT

    Before there was Fox Racing, there was a vision. Geoff Fox believed his high-performance suspension and engine components could give riders an on-track advantage. Driven to prove this on his terms, he founded team Moto-X Fox to compete against the might of the Japanese factory teams. The team quickly became the top non-factory riders in the competitive AMA 125 National Championship series, proving that the products he and his team designed and built were the best money could buy.
    RED, YELLOW AND ORANGE

    During the series, Team Moto-X Fox riders wore bright red, yellow and orange gear. The Fox gear became an instant hit with the fans. This became the catalyst that would ignite the brand and change the face of motocross apparel forever. In the ensuing years - and over 40 National Motocross and Supercross Championships later - Fox Racing grew to become the global stalwart they are today in motocross.
    FUELED BY PASSION

    Although we have expanded our activities and products into mountain bike, BMX, surf and wakeboard, the idea of elevating athletic performance through progressive innovation is still what drives us. From moto gear to apparel and outerwear, everything we make is developed with the rider in mind. No matter the terrain, the condition or the environment, Fox designs and engineers gear and apparel with the goal of making every ride a great one.
    THE ONLY CONSTANT IS CHANGE

    Inspired by our heritage, we continue to push limits, defy boundaries and pursue continuous innovation. With each success, we set a larger, more ambitious goal. Through the guidance and feedback of Fox's championship-winning athletes, we continue to maximize the experience of the world's best competitive action sports athletes and enthusiasts with an array of products that combines innovation and style.

  • GOPRO

    GoPro invites you to feel free to celebrate every moment becoming a source of inspiration for everyone else. Cameras, drones, applications and accessories: everything we do is designed to help you capture the most beautiful moments, share the experience and attract attention. We believe that sharing our experiences makes them even more meaningful and fun.

    GoPro was founded in 2002 by Nick Woodman, a surfer, skier and motorcycle enthusiast looking for a better way to get himself and his friends back to surfing. The initial concept, a 35 mm camera and a wrist strap made from an old suit and plastic pieces, has turned into an international company that has sold over 26 million GoPro cameras in more than 100 countries.

    But it is the millions of GoPro enthusiast users around the world who bring this magic to life. They take our breath away and inspire us every day with an incredible creativity that helps us to see the world in an absolutely new way and that pushes us to create the most beautiful and innovative products of all time.

  • HAGLÖFS

    Founded in 1914 when Wiktor Haglöf started creating backpacks. Having grown up in a cold climate with weather conditions that make it difficult to enjoy nature to the full, he developed the first functional backpack. This Swedish company is the most widespread in Scandinavia for the number of sales in the technical clothing and mountain clothing sector.
    Technical materials, fabrics and fibers specially designed to make the best in extreme conditions, waterproof and breathable to face the mountains and snow.Today, Haglöfs is one of the leading brands in outdoor clothing, shoes and backpacks. His vision: "we inspire people to get out of here".

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