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Scarpa Freedom SL: "World's Most Versatile Ski Boot"

Published on 11/21/2014

Scarpa claims the Freedom SL is the “world’s most versatile ski boot.” With big mountain maniac (and prolific product designer) Chris Davenport at the R&D helm, Scarpa’s on to something. This downhill boot unlocks and flexes for backcountry ascents; without compromising sheer precision on high-speed plunges. Skin track or boot pack, icy couloir or powder bowl, the Freedom SL unleashes performance. Want proof? Watch Dav carve and rip through myriad conditions; all comers yield to SL’s innovative carbon-fiber frame and 120 flex rating. Looking for more of Dav’s gear? The Active Junky 2015 Winter Gear Guide profiles Dav, his gear, exclusive deals and head-to-toe discounts. Get over $100 cash back on the Scarpa Freedom SL, enough to gorge the heli-skiing piggy bank.

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Sealskinz: Turning Your Cold Weather Life Inside Out

Published on 11/21/2014

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For those who walk the dog, ski a trail or reach high into the mountains, the idea of getting cold can stop you in your tracks.  Whether wind, rain, snow or simply dropping temperatures wait outside, here’s the insiders’ way to stay active; no matter the weather.

“Start on the inside,” says David Jesson, Sealskinz Global Marketing Director.  “Understand what your body needs to reclaim your outside life – even in marginal or changing conditions.”  The company’s exploration of cold weather comfort began 100 ago years when John Logie Baird invented a waterproof sock for British troops mired in Great War trenches.

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Live It And Give It: Ultimate Gifts

Published on 11/20/2014

Sandals | Camera Case | Alpaca Baselayer

Whether you’re traveling the world or firing up the fry pan at home, Active Junky puts the best under your tree and on your plate this season.

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Safety First: 3 Backcountry Lessons From Guidebook Author Fritz Sperry

Published on 11/20/2014

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With 10-15 inches expected in Colorado from Saturday to Tuesday, Fritz Sperry is out to make your day.  Author and publisher, his Giterdun Guides school skiers and riders on where to skin and drop in, starting in Colorado.  Active Junky asked Fritz what three lessons he’s learned in the process.

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The Unexpected At Every Turn: Photography In Yellowstone

Published on 11/19/2014

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For those with the gift of poetry through pictures, 2.2 million acres of Hollywood-worthy scenery is the stage Yellowstone sets during winter months.  While smartphones reach out to sample the nature-rich bounty, higher-performance still and video cameras are well suited to the varied scenarios inside Park boundaries.

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Millet Winter Jackets: Three Snow-Seekers To Go Higher

Published on 11/19/2014

The DNA of innovation includes strands both of inspiration and necessity.  Consider Rene and Raymond Millet, brothers who carried their parents’ rigid-frame pack business forward during World War II.  After supplying their French Resistance peers, the siblings applied their hard-won wisdom to alpinism; the Millet-equipped team of Herzog and Lachenal claimed deadly Annapurna (26,545ft) for the French in 1950 as unclimbed Himalayan peaks became coveted objectives.

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Ugandan Snowboarder Brolin Mawejje Has Olympic Dreams: Far From Home Trailer

Published on 11/18/2014

It isn’t often that you hear of an aspiring Olympian simultaneously chasing a doctorate. If there’s one thing Brolin Mawejje isn’t, it’s average. The upbeat and motivated Ugandan pursues Olympic dreams against all odds, hoping to be the first snowboarder to represent his continent and country in the 2018 Olympics.  The trailer for his new movie, Far From Home, depicts his journey from Uganda to Jackson Hole. His description of seeing snow for the first time echoes in the background while creative cinematography captures Brolin’s inspired approach to learning new tricks. With Olympic gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg and Jackson Hole legend Travis Rice taking the young Brolin under their wings, Olympic dreams might just become reality for this motivated young rider. Stay tuned for the release of the film this winter.

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Value-Priced Ski Gear: Your Second Chance is Here - and Now

Published on 11/18/2014

Ski equipment can run steep. If you ogle product year after year but haven’t pulled the trigger, your time is now. Retire your AARP-worthy set-up and save for your 401K (or plane ticket to Japan).

Last year’s models often vary little from newer versions but carry a substantial slash in price. As retailers feature 2014-15 models, fast-moving skiers lasso straggling deals for nearly 50% off.

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Live It And Give It: Tech & Tools

Published on 11/17/2014

Speaker | Knife | Phone Case 

Whether its time to power up or chop it down (a tree, that is), six products put ingenuity into your active life this holiday season.  You’re certain to find at least one that fits everyone on the list.

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Live It And Give It: Gifts For Globetrotters

Published on 11/13/2014

Bottle | Duffel Pack | Belt

Image via Mike Stolp-Smith

Travel takes many faces and forms.  Active Junky prefers moving fast and organized, going from adrenaline-filled moments to relaxed recovery.  These handpicked products go the distance for globetrotting travelers.

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