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  • Yakima
    For secure rooftop cargo transportation, it's hard to see past Yakima's SkyBox Lo Carbonite Cargo Box. Actually, it's really easy to see past it because of its low-profile, aero design, which equates to mounting an extra trunk on your roof without the drag tax of boxier models. Internal lid supports maintain the 80% recycled Carbonite lid's structural integrity, which in turn keeps your gear riding pretty.
    $549.00  from Backcountry
  • Osprey Packs
    Replace your old, residue-filled hydration hose with Osprey's Hydraulics Reservoir Hose. Compatible with Osprey's Hydraulics reservoir, this fresh replacement hose attaches easily to your reservoir for quick and clean hydration.
    $8.95  from Backcountry
  • Mammut
    The Mammut Crag Indicator Express Quickdraw puts safety first with its Smart indicator sling that exposes red inner fibers as soon as you need to replace it. The two Crag carabiners feature straight and bent gates with keylock noses to make cleaning and clipping as simple as can be.
    $14.96  from Backcountry
  • Backcountry Access
    Whether you're slicing out a perfectly square freestanding column or cutting branches to pull your buddy out of a tree well, the Backcountry Access Snow Saw packs the function you need. BCA is one of the few companies that equips their saws with actual wood- and ice-cutting teeth, meaning you can use this saw for situations extending beyond pure snow study.
    $33.95  from Backcountry
  • Marmot
    Marmot designed its Men's 8000M Down Parka for summiting peaks like Everest, so you know you can rely on its warmth wherever you roam. This parka's MemBrain shell provides superior waterproof protection that remains breathable for your comfort, and the high-loft 800-fill down insulation brings the warmth without the weight. Marmot reinforced the shell's sleeves and shoulders with Cordura for extreme durability. Angel-Wing Movement ensures a full range of motion so you can trek without this parka holding you back. The 8000M Down Parka also features a fixed hood to protect your dome and a powder skirt to protect your bum. The hood has a muff for extra warmth where you want it most, and the adjustable cuffs have internal, fleece-lined thumbholes for extra comfort. You can always access the Pack Pockets even with a backpack and harness on, and the flash pocket is perfect for passes and identification cards. Marmot also included internal mesh storage pockets for gloves and sacks to both stuff and store this toasty jacket in.
    $749.95  from Backcountry
  • Mountain Equipment
    Designed to meet the needs of mountaineers who routinely spend time in harsh alpine environments, the Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Jacket is designed to shield you from the cold when staying warm isn't just preferable, but essential. The windproof and water-resistant DryLite outer shell is packed full of 675-fill down, stitched in horizontal baffles to ensure that the insulation stays where you need it most. The down itself is an incredibly warm 90% down/10% feather mixture, which is the warmest down/feather ratio generally commercially available. Mountain Equipment gave the Lightline a fully-adjustable zip-off hood so you can trim weight if you need to, and used stitched-through construction to ensure that it isn't carrying any extra bulk that can be a hassle on serious alpine expeditions. An insulated baffle sits behind the zipper to prevent drafts and heat loss, and the zippered hand pockets are covered by insulated flaps for the same reason.
    $259.95  from Backcountry
  • Hagl
    The Haglofs Men's Hede Down Jacket offers mountain-worthy warmth in a casual package you can wear downtown, without feeling like a complete gear nerd. Its environmentally-friendly Pertex Eco fabric is made from recycled materials and is both breathable and water-resistant. The Hede isn't a shrinking violet when it comes to warmth--it's stuffed full of a 700-fill down insulation that will keep you warm during the coldest winter days you'll encounter below Baffin island. Articulated sleeves and cuffs make for comfortable and natural fit, while hand and chest pockets stow all the daily essentials.
    $359.95  from Backcountry
  • Penfield
    From outdoor explorations on the weekend to cold commutes during the week, the Penfield Men's Bowerbridge Down Jacket offers warmth with a classic look. A lightweight, yet tough nylon ripstop shell shields you from rain and snow, while the lofty down insulation traps heat to keep you toasty, even when temps dip. Pull the adjustable hood over your head when the snow begins to flurry, or remove it on warm, sunny days.
    $284.95  from Backcountry
  • Canada Goose
    The Canada Goose Men's Carson Down Parka packs expedition-inspired style and Arctic-tested tech into a casual jacket you can wear every day throughout winter. Low-profile and lightweight duck down keeps you toasty when the mercury drops without packing on too much puffiness. The hood can be adjusted vertically, horizontally, and at the hood opening for superior protection in high-wind conditions, and it's lined with a removable coyote fur trim that provides further protection from sideways snow. Arctic-Tech fabric shields you from icy gusts and heavy snow, while the slim fit helps you maintain your sense of style on the streets.
    $899.95  from Backcountry
  • Parajumpers
    The Parajumpers Men's Ugo Down Jacket keeps you warm through brutally cold temperatures. Premium down insulation traps precious body heat from escaping when the mercury drops into bone-chilling territory, and the super-smooth nylon lining and lightweight polyester taffeta face ensure high levels of comfort when you're wearing the jacket for long durations. Other key features include a distinctive Parajumpers patch along the left shoulder, as well as zippered hand and chest pockets for secure storage of small items and daily necessities.
    $424.95  from Backcountry