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Poco Safety Notices – Featuring Kode ABS – August 14, 2014

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August 14, 2014

My challenge: Choosing 10 items worthy of a closer look at this year’s Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. So many outdoor companies have “stepped up their game” with new innovations or improvements this year, it was mind boggling to pick the best…

The Osprey Kode series packs are designed for snowsports enthusiasts. Configured to carry a helmet, skis, and self-rescue gear, it is well thought out with just the right amount of features, including an insulated hydration pouch. I tested it last season with good results.

Now, an ABS avalanche airbag system compatible model of the Kode is available. Full of the same features as the original Kode, the back of the ABS model opens up to receive the airbag system which is sold separately…

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Download PDF – Featuring Reverb 10 – January 7, 2014

January 7, 2014

Whether tearing it up in the park, slicing through the trees or crushing the darn whole mountain, we gals deserve some seriously rockin’ gear for all the sick stuff we plan on doing in 2014. Our Activejunky testers handed these ten pieces the best-in-class marks after hitting the slopes in Chile this past summer for our Winter Gear Guide.  From warmth and comfort, to awesome technical styles, these picks will help you seriously kill it this season…

Osprey Reverb 10 Backpack

Keep all your slope essentials at your fingertips thanks to Osprey Reverb 10 Backpack. Low-profile enough to stay streamlined but with enough storage for extra layers, probes or goggles, the Reverb weighs in at less than 2 lbs., so, even with a board strapped to your back, you won’t feel tied down.

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Download PDF – Featuring Kode Series – September 26, 2013

September 26, 2013

Osprey Kode Snow Packs – Osprey’s backcountry snow packs have been updated based on feedback from athletes and professionals. Each size is designed to meet a specific need, from lift access to mountaineering. Basic features include multiple ways to carry ski and boards, helmet and non-scratch goggle stow, ice tool carry, and glove friendly buckles and pulls. Additional features are customized to each pack’s function.

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