The Dragon NFX2 Goggles is a highly compatible, stylish, and efficient product that works well in many different weather conditions and many different types of faces. Despite not being the most durable compared to other options, these goggles are comfortable for long days on the mountain.
The Backcountry x G3 High Traction Splitboard Skin is an inexpensive and easy to use skin that could work well for many skiers. However, many users have noted that the glue is a huge problem with this product, failing after just a few tours and rendering the skins useless. With a product that has so many reviews about the glue issues, a lack of functionality, and signs of reduced durability, this might not be the best high traction splitboard skin available on the market today.
The ARVA Evo4 Beacon is an easy-to-use, functional, and long-lasting beacon that can be used efficiently in a variety of conditions. While being able to turn the beacon on by simply clipping it to your harness strap, this beacon ensures it can’t be turned on by accident, but provides an easy way to turn it on. Despite not having the best range compared to other options, this beacon can be a good choice for those who want a reliable, simple, and long-battery-life option.
The Yakima SkyLine Tower System is a durable, secure, and functional option that doesn’t take long to set-up, despite some discrepancies in the instructions. If you are looking for a system with a high weight load that can easily carry two bikes, then this could be a good choice for you, due to the secure hold, easy installation, and easy adjustments.
The Scarpa TX Pro Boot is a secure-fitting, comfortable, and highly-mobile option that works well in a variety of conditions. If you are looking for a boot that can accommodate a wide variety of foot shapes and provides efficiency in downhill and uphill performance, then look no further. However, if you have extremely flat feet or extremely high arches, then this boot would not be the best choice for you.
The La Sportiva Spectre 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot is an adjustable, high-performance, and functional boot that works well in a variety of conditions for all levels of skiers. Despite not being the lightest or stiffest option on the market, this touring boot could be a good choice for those who want a secure and sturdy choice in the short term – even if it is not the most durable in the long run.
The Intuition Pro Tour Liner is an easily-moldable, comfortable, and lightweight option that is well-suited to form to your foot and the shell. Despite not breathing as well and being expensive, this liner is a good choice for those who want a combination of stiffness and flexibility into one, high-quality, and warm liner.
The Dynafit Hoji Pro Tour Ski Boot is without a doubt a high-end boot for experienced skiers. The real question is – will you like the wider fit and the lack of crampon compatibility? If you have the right foot shape and your crampons are compatible with this boot, it is almost flawless; it combines comfort, flexibility, smooth transitions, and good weight transfer into one option. However, if your foot width doesn’t fit comfortably, you need a very stiff boot, your crampons are not compatible, and you can’t afford to spend top dollar on touring boots, then this choice is not for you.
The Thule Rapid Traverse Foot Pack – 2 Pair is a durable, secure, and long-lasting product that will hold firm to the rack of your car for a long period of time. Despite the instructions being very confusing for set-up, once you get the foot pack properly installed, you won’t have to tighten it again – showing the secure fit, the sturdy hold, and the durability of this high-quality product.
The Thule Rapid Crossroad Railing Foot Pack is a secure, versatile, and easy to install option that is well-suited to carry numerous types of bikes. Despite not coming with any locks for security and being slightly expensive, this could be a good option for those who want an adjustable, versatile, and strong product.