Goggles are a necessity if you are heading to Mt. Hood, Whistler, Europe or the Southern Hemisphere. UV rays are much stronger at higher altitudes, so cover up your eyeballs. Protect you’re pupils in style with these goggles:
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Spring conditions call for soft snow, sunshine, and fun park setups. Check out some of these hoodies that will help you stay cool and dry when you’re slashing slush all day long.
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The forecast is showing that there is some white precipitation heading toward the East Coast. In case you forgot what you need to make the best of a powder day, shop our guide to keep you getting freshies all day long.
No car? No problem! OvR is hooking you up with free shuttle service from Union Square to the Stadium Sale. The bus will be departing from Union Square at 4th Ave & 14th St. (In the southeast section of Union Square – the OvR ride bus will be stopping in front of the Walgreens).
Check the schedule here.
The Salomon BBR is a ski like no other ski ever made. An oversized, surfboard like tip and rocker shape enable the ski to float in powder and adapt to uneven terrain smoothly and predictably. BBR’s narrow waist and pintail, its short radius and short effective edge on-piste provide great grip and playfulness on harder snow. What Salomon calls the “V” shape, is literally 2 skis in one. The new V-shape is characterized by a surf board shaped tip , a narrow waist and a pin tail. The overall result is versatile performance that must be experienced to be believed. Shop the Salomon BBR
It’s that time of year again! Shop Mount Everest’s Annual Stadium Sale at the MetLife Stadium to save up to 80% on Skis, Boards, Outerwear & Accessories. Shop the best deals of the season on Skis, Snowboards, and all your cold-weather gear. With over 50 brands and a fully restocked inventory, you’re guaranteed to find some new gear to add to your setup. The sale will take place Wednesday, February 22nd through Saturday, February 25th inside the Coaches Club at the MetLife Stadium. Mountain Creek will be offering exclusive deals and free lift tickets for any ski or snowboard package. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to keep updated on special promotions, giveaways and updates.
Wednesday Feb. 22nd: 12 noon – 10:00pm
Thursday Feb. 23rd: 12 noon – 10:00pm
Friday Feb. 24th: 12 noon – 10:00pm
Saturday Feb. 25th: 10:00am – 9:00pm
*Free Admission and Free Parking
For the full event schedule, directions, and other details visit: meadowlandssale.com
Quick Link: Dates + Times, Directions + Parking
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so buy that special someone a little gift to show how much you care about them when they’re sliding down the hill. Instead of listening to Morrissey by yourself this Feb. 14th, get that special someone a little something so you can get a little something in return. Shop the Valentine’s day guide:
The weather can’t make up it’s mind, so why should you have to? Pick up a piece that can be worn multiple ways & ta-da! you’re prepared for anything. Foursquare Outerwear goes by the slogan “Everything has a purpose,” making them a go-to brand for functional design, construction & materials.
The 2012 Women’s Easel Jacket is a 10.000MM/10,000G, hooded style that comes with a removable tech flannel liner. The outer shell is a 2L Microshield dobby weave fabric with taffeta lining & fully taped seams- great to wear by itself on wet, blustery days. The plaid tech flannel acts as a discrete, insulating layer on the hill and has moisture wicking abilities too. When worn alone, it makes a soft & cozy apres-ready top.
The Men’s 2012 Frame Custom Fleece is a functional full-zip hoodie that gives you that layered look without the bulk. The nylon fabric has a 600MM coating for additional waterproofing while the 300gm brushed fleece keeps you nice & warm. Undo the covered zips at each shoulder to remove the sleeves & layer as much or as little as you want. Great on mellow days spent hiking the park AND on every other day, makes an undeniably good-looking hoodie.
The Volcom PBRJ tour is back for the 2011- 2012 season! The tour is a amateur snowboard contest series. Instead of having three rails in a row, we have them side by side to create a rail zone. There are four divisions; 15 and under, 16 and over, Girls and Open (pro-am). The contest runs in a jam format so there are no scheduled runs. Each heat is 20 minutes and you have the option to hit each feature as many times as you want. The overall atmosphere is great. Jeff Arnold is a character as a judge and announcer. Everyone is a winner and they give competitors a free t-shirt and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
• 9:00am – 10:00am – Registration
• 10:00am – 10:30am – Riders meeting
• 10:30am – 11:00am – Open practice
• 11:00am – 11:30am – 15 & under qualifier
• 11:30am – 12:00pm – 16 & over qualifier
• 12:00pm – 12:30pm – Girls
• 12:30pm – 1:00pm – sandwich break
• 1:00pm – 1:30pm – Open qualifier
• 1:30pm – 2:00pm – 15 & under finals
• 2:00pm – 2:30pm – 16 & over finals
• 2:30pm – 3:00pm – Girls finals
• 3:00pm – 3:30pm – Open finals
• 3:30pm – 4:00pm – Awards
Today is the first day of the 2012 Winter X-Games out in Aspen, CO. Catch coverage of athletes like Tom Wallisch, Bobby Brown, Keri Herman, Brita Siqourney, Jamie Anderson, Kelly Clark, Shaun White and Mark McMorris this weekend on ESPN, XGames.com, ESPN 3, and ESPN 3D.
3:30 PM Women’s Ski Slopestyle Final
9:00 PM Snowmobile Freestyle Final
9:45 PM Men’s Ski Slopestyle Final
3:30 PM Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final
10:30 PM Snowboard Big Air Final
10:45 PM Women’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final
Saturday, Jan. 28
1:00 PM Women’s Ski SuperPipe Final
2:30 PM Men’s Ski SuperPipe Final
4:00 PM Men’s & Women’s Snowboarder X Final
9:00 PM Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final
9:30 PM Ski Big Air Final
Sunday, Jan. 29
2:00 PM Men’s & Women’s Skier X Final
2:15 PM Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final
4:45 PM Mono Skier X Final
5:15 PM Snowboard Street Final
9:00 PM Snowmobile Best Trick Final
9:45 PM Men’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final
(see the full Winter X-Games schedule at http://espn.go.com/action/xgames/winter/2012/schedule )