After what felt like a few hundred kms of walking and shooting, here’s our second photo gallery post of brand new gear from the SIA tradeshow in Denver.
One of the highlight’s of Anon’s super-strong women’s line.
And Anon’s new magnetized facemask/goggle system. You can’t really see it here, but there’s a thin plastic frame at the top of the facemask that integrates perfectly wit the bottom of the goggle frame. It looks really good.
Analog’s Randy Torcom shows the rolling surface on their new tech bib pant… It’s Denver, after all, and it’s all legal here.
Some of the other highlights of the new Analog line, including the 3L tech hoody on the right in black.
SPY’s newest line of Happy Lenses, which filter out the bad UV light leaving all the good stuff to still get through and pick up your mood.
NOW Snowboarding’s founder JF Pelchat and pro shred Jeremy Cloutier.
NOW’s brand new 2015 Select binding with its new patent-pending heel strap tech for no pain.
Union’s 2015 line is looking strong and filled with colour.
686’s partnership with Dickies continues for another season, with some cool new stying.
And here’s their collab with camping gear heavyweight, Gregory, with thir pack integrated jackets.
The full 2015 line of Stepchild… er… Stoopchild. Locals Only, yo.
Gnu’s 2015 includes their Regional Series, the four boards on the right here, which includes a nod to…
Canada, with a BC licence plate and an homage to our favourite national beverage.
Lib Tech’s killer expanded T.Rice line includes more sizes and a split board, and some experimental shapes. Wouldn’t be Lib without some experimental stuff, right?
New this year in Lib’s line is their return to outerwear, and this time they’re really serious about it. Small number of SKUs, high quality and nice styles.
And speaking of a strong outerwear lines by brands well-known for their high quality of hardgoods, Ride snowboards has stepped up its game this year with this signature from Austin Hironaka.
More from Ride’s rad outerwear line.
Electric’s newest offering to the world of goggles: the EG3 with super fast interchangeable lenses in a frameless package…
…as demonstrated here, by Electric’s Cyle Cadam. Lenses snap in seamlessly and are held in by the structure of the inner frame.
Dinosaurs Will Die’s new line features a ciggy-collab with D.O.P.E on the left and a new classic camber on the right.
My Pakage’s Dez Price with one of his company’s brand new underwear prints.
Oakley’s representing pretty hard in Sochi with a brand new game-changing lens tech called Prizm. More on this to come.
And here’s a few more of their super strong line.
Volcom stepped up the class with their 2015 line, here.
And here. Clean and tech.
K2 pro Leanne Pelosi with all her friends from Kamp K2.
K2’s wall of World Wide Weapons.
O’Neill’s Jimmy Adams with a couple of new 2015 anoraks.
More O’Neill 2015…
And some of O’Neill’s rad women’s line.
A few models from Flow Snowboarding’s great-looking line.
And Flow’s Dale Rehberg holding one of their pow-oreinted models.
Nomis’s clean, new De Jouy jacket looks great.
Another piece from Nomis’ clean collection.
Salomon’s immensely popular Assasin and Villain.
Billabong’s 100 per cent recycled line (using up to 25 plastic bottles per piece) includes this Merrill Bib pant and Bode Jacket each with 15k waterproofing and fully-taped seams.
Here, Billabong’s Risto Scott holds the TDF Chore jacket, Tadashi Fuse’s pro model in camel.
And here Risto shows the Jamie Jacket, Jamie Anderson’s pro model with feather detailing and 15K waterproofing.
And finally Tadashi’s pro model TDF Chore pant in plant camo.