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The Scarpa Gea could be the first true one boot quiver. From distant missions to quick powder laps, the Gea excels in any conditions. Scarpa has dominated the AT boot market with its Gea/Maestrale line since the first generation of the boot was released in 2010. Now, for the 17-18 season, Scarpa is dropping weight, adding performance, and streamlining design to create one boot that really can do it all. The Women's-specific fit can accommodate most feet with ease, and the heat moldable intuition liner makes customization easy. A massive 60 degree range of motion, paired with Scarpa's Speedlock Plus walk mode make skinning, hiking, or booting effortless and almost frictionless. The external nature of the walk mode puts an end to issues with ice and can be easily cleared if necessary. Scarpa's Wave Closure system on the lowest buckle gives the Gea the feel of a four buckle boot for the weight of 3. The cable system in the buckle also means that the lower boot will self equalize when tightened. The Gea can easily drive big skis with its 100 flex and weighing in at 1250g it is ready to take on your biggest day. Truly shining where alpine touring meets freeride terrain, the Scarpa Gea is ready for lap-after-lap.
Salomon's Men's X-Max Goggles are packed with features for fit, optic quality, and a new, touch-free system for fast lens changes. Unlock the side sliders and grab the front clips with two fingers, and unclip your lenses without even smearing them. Beside the included Tri-Tech, the X-Max goggles are compatible with a full spectrum of Salomon lenses compatible for any conditions you can imagine. These wide vision frames contain an inner frame that adapts to any face shape instantly. For an even better fit, you can find Salomon's perfectly matching helmet that fit the silicon frame like a glove. An airflow system allows the mountain air to naturally circulate to prevent fog build up.