Snow Fusion

Griffin, Cara
January 2007
SGB;Jan2007, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article looks at snow sports brands. According to the article, a key trend apparent throughout snow sports outerwear, gear, and accessory designs is the mountain fusion between snowboarding and freeride skiing. Photographs of various winter sport equipment, supplies, and apparel are presented, including the Attiva Fuego mountain carving ski, Encore's ski boot, and White Sierra's women's Carbon Jacket.


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