Full Tilt masterfully blends a classic boot design with today’s advanced technology, to preserve the shape and functionality of the feet, ankles, and joints of even the most aggressive skiers.  Relying on their original three-piece ski boot design, Full Tilt aims to prove that comfort is performance.   

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Founded in Norway in 1877, Helly Hansen continues to develop their apparel through a blend of Scandinavian design and insights drawn from living among some of the harshest environments on earth. The brand represents the optimal combination of performance, protection and style. Helly Hansen’s progressive designs continue to protect and enable professionals making their living on oceans and mountains around the world.

The original Helly quality still stands up today, with gear for sailing, snow, lifestyle and training.

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130 years ago Captain Helly Juell Hansen started to produce waterproof clothing for sailors. Since then Helly Hansen has been a pioneer in the development of high quality protective technical wear for work and leisure activities. Their experience and competence allows them to create and produce clothing to be worn in extreme work situations, where quality and functionality directly affect the wearer’s well-being, health and safety. 

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Inspired by her adventures training to summit Mt. Rainier, Heroclip Inventor and CEO Mina Yoo, Ph.D., designed Heroclip for everyday adventurers and active explorers that need an “extra hand” with their gear. The result is a simple 3-in-1 clip, swivel, and hook system, that allows users to be creative with hanging, clipping, and organizing gear of any sort, on any adventure. Originally launched as a Kickstarter campaign that raised $78K with 2000 backers, Heroclip sold 120,000 units with revenues well over $1 million over the past two and a half years. With two utility patents granted and two crowdfunding campaigns successfully completed, Heroclip is building a global brand with multiple product lines launching in early 2018.

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From their humble beginnings in a NY garage, to a thriving PNW company, Line Skis is driven by one mission; to make skiing fun again.  Line is shaking up our snowboarding dominated culture by incorporating advanced technology and contemporary design into their skis.  They are determined to remind action sports enthusiasts that there is more than one cool way to tear down a mountain. 

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With a focus on versatility through performance and style, lululemon premium technical apparel is made for the multi-dimensional man; an athletic opportunist ready to take advantage of what each day may bring. Organized into three categories – Sweat, Post Sweat and No Sweat – lululemon men's product performs with a refined style in multiple training activities while giving him the choice to use the product as technical or lifestyle apparel.

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Richlite is a manufacturer of paper composite super materials used in architectural, design and industrial projects as well as consumer products. Originally produced for the aerospace industry in 1946, the material has become popular with architects, designers and product developers due to its density, durability and natural aesthetic. Richlite is used in wide range of applications from countertops to exterior wall cladding, cutting boards, guitar fret boards, mobile phone cases and furniture. 

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Skatelite is the world’s leading manufacturer of ramp surfaces used by the top skaters, BMX riders, action sports camps and competitions. The surface is produced by Richlite, a manufacturer of surface materials for aerospace and industrial purposes since 1946. Smooth, fast, durable and aesthetically pleasing, it’s the ideal surface material for indoor or outdoor ramps. Skatelite offers four different surface materials appropriate for a variety of riding environments and budgets. 

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uvex’s German-engineered goggles and helmets continue to revolutionize eyewear and head protection in the snow sports and cycling industries through category-leading performance, experience, design and safety.

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Wagner Custom Skis are made from the world’s finest components, one pair at a time, in Telluride, Colorado. Wagner blends modern technology through its Skier DNA computer system with old world craftsmanship to make the world's only 100% custom skis that match each customer's skiing style, abilities, terrain preferences and aspirations. 

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