Sometimes pants are just not enough. The Brooks-Range Mountaineering Armor Suit combines two different Polartec fabrics, Neoshell and Power Shield. The Power Shield is used in the front of the body for better warmth on cold days. For weather protection we use the waterproof / breathable NeoShell in the lower legs. The ankle are trim fitting so you can see your feet better when climbing but big enough to fit over ski / climbing boots.
Best Price: $469.95
BOLT ASSEMBLY CHROME Mfg: Benelli U.S.A.
Best Price: $388.02
THE RIG is a lean, mean water machine made of heavy duty 840 Ballistic Nylon. It holsters a 2 Liter Geigerrig Hydration Engine that sprays for easy cooling, cleaning, drinking, and sharing. The pack has a diagonal zipper that runs the length of the pack and a top zipper that runs horizontally. This enables the pack face to lay wide open for easy loading and unloading. Inside you’ll find a small 5 by 7 inch mesh pocket for holding a granola bar, car keys, and a some little odds and ends. The pack straps and back plate have soft waffle padding covered with easy breathing, durable, and stretchable mesh for comfort. The shoulder straps are adjustable, as well as the chest strap that adjusts both vertically and horizontally. It also features an emergency whistle. The drink tube is secured by a magnet when not in use, and with the small pack handle, you can grab your RIG and go.
Best Price: $103.5
The best is a vest that’s lighter than the rest, or so it goes. While you won’t win any rhyming awards with that line, people will understand your inspiration when they see you wearing the Mountain Hardwear Women’s Thermostatic Insulated Vest. At a teensy-tiny light weight of half a pound, this feminine vest keeps it airy-light and rocks with skinny jeans and cashmere turtleneck when you’re holiday shopping with your niece, or keeps you toasty (but not roasty) under your hardshell for a full day of spring skiing. Geese are mean but their feathers are nice and warm. Just like the animal from whence it came, down has a few failings, namely it is expensive and loses all insulating capacity when wet. The folks at Mountain Hardwear engineered a solution to the down dilemma, Thermal. Q Elite, and stuffed the Thermostatic Vest full of it. This synthetic insulation combines several different densities of fibers, resulting a 3-D grid structure that mimics the lattice-like network created by down fibers. Air gets trapped within the grid, creating a barrier between your warm body air and cold air from the environment, so you stay warmer, longer. Unlike down, Thermal. Q Elite insulation is water-resistant, and therefore water-tolerant, so a little drizzle or light flurry won’t adversely affect the insulation’s ability to keep you warm. A diamond quilting pattern holds the insulation in place as well ups the fashion-factor on this vest. Hand-warmer pockets zip for safe key storage, and one of the pockets acts as a storage pouch for the vest. Dual hem drawcords seal in warmth, and the slim silhouette makes for easy layering over or under this vest.
Best Price: $149.95
Famous Douglas Double XX premium quality blanks in the two most popular twist rates for PPC and other precision shooting. 1-14 duplicates the Python twist rate that is given much of the credit for the Colt’s accuracy. 1-10 rate gives superb accuracy with 148 grain wadcutters and the heavier bullets needed to keep the .357 competitive in silhouette. Mfg: Douglas SPECS: 4140 CM Steel. 27 1/2 ”” (69.8cm) rough blank finishes to 1.2”” (3.0cm) O.D.
Best Price: $209.99
The Westcomb Crest Hoodie jacket is minimalist, packable and incredibly light. You’ll hardly notice it’s on, except for the incomparable comfort it provides when you’re on the move. Crest Hoodie allows unrestricted motion while efficiently wicking sweat away from your body; just the solution for climbing, biking and running. Wind-resistant Pertex Equilibrium shell offers light stretch for unrestricted motion in action while the fabric efficiently wicks sweat away. The Westcomb Crest Hoodie jacket features a 2-way front zipper for venting and fit adjustments, stretch binding at hood, cuffs and hem, and a zip chest pocket.
Best Price: $160
Horny Toad constructed the Butte Jacket with a soft flannel lining, sturdy twill exterior, and plush poly insulation in between. The result is an excellent around-town jacket for cool autumn and winter days. Plenty of pockets give you spots to stow smaller items, and the jacket’s classic, rugged look goes with whatever clean jeans you find in your dresser drawer.
Best Price: $154.95
Features: Machined 416 Stainless Steel Glock Barrels Black Isonite QPQ finish Held to tolerances of .001′ Cut-broach rifling 1-16 twist Include thread protector Rc 40-42 May require minor fitting Available for Glock 17 19 and 21 Glock 17 & 19 Barrels have -28 threading (for suppressor without o-ring) Glock 21 Barrel has .578′-28 threading (for suppressor without o-ring) Benefits: Cut-broach rifling allows for cast bullets as well as jacket bullets to be used Tight tolerances maximize accuracy Threading allows for attachment of suppressors or other muzzle devices Black Isonite QPQ fini Mfg: Storm Lake
Best Price: $219.99
Applying two thicknesses of highly breathable highly packable GORE-TEX Active Shell fabrics brings the weight down and adds durability to high wear areas. The streamlined fit and hip length with Storm Hood extra gusseting for extra motion and highly functioning textiles create a tremendously light high performance jacket targeted to the fast moving backcountry specialist.
Best Price: $270
Maybe you’ve just moved from the Deep South to far north North Dakota, or maybe your young lady is just now showing a bit of interest in skiing. The Orage Girls’ Kella Jaket will keep her warm and dry in town or on the mountain, in rain, sleet, or snow. Prime 10 fabric with taped critical seams creates a watertight shell in which two different hefts of synthetic insulation live. Heavier insulation surrounds her torso, while lighter insulation fills the arms. This dynamic duo keeps the heat around her body without restricting her range of movement, whether she’s hoisting herself off the snow or hurling snowballs at her sister. The fleece-lined hood and powder skirt let her shut out the elements, while hand gaiters keep her wrists warm. Adjustable cuffs seal out cold when the wind kicks up, or let hot air out when she’s racing back up the sledding hill for another run. A zippered hand pocket gives her a secure place to stash her phone. The snap-close drop-in pocket holds her hat when spring sun breaks through for a taste of things to come.
Best Price: $129.95