The Best Ski Accessories 2022

The Best Ski Accessories 2022

Let’s face it, we all love finding a great new ski kit upgrade each season. From helmets and goggles to backpacks and avi kits, we’ve got you covered with all the best ski accessories to truly ramp up your ski suitcase this winter!

 

Scott Patrol E1 Avalanche Airbags – From £849.95

Electrically activated avalanche airbags are definitely the hassle free option when flying. These avalanche airbags can be activated multiple times, if needed in the off-piste, for start of season functional testing, or for training simulations. Easily rechargeable, fast activation, multi-triggers possible when needed in avalanche terrain. Now available in multiple volumes and two different back lengths. Now there’s no excuse to not wear an airbag when heading off-piste.

Leki Carbon 11 3D Ski Pole – £144.95

One of the best poles in Leki’s extensive collection – pure carbon feels positive and strong when you pole plant; combined with the Trigger 3D strap system giving you a firm grip with no-drop action and incorporating a safety release mechanism to prevent the risk of injuries. Strong, light, positive, safe.

Falke SK4 ‘Giraffe’ Ski sock – £29.95

Now you can have a fun looking sock with technical padding to protect your feet from pressure and rubbing and an impeccable fit around your foot – a combination that will make you look good and feel good.

Dryrobe Advance Longsleeve Camo Storm Jacket – From £139.95

It’s warm shearling fleece liner will hug you like a cosy sleeping bag and it’s waterproof outer shell will keep the stormy rain and wind at bay. Whether you’re walking the snowy streets in the alps, watching your kids playing sports, walking your dog, or getting changed at the beach or out wild swimming – once you have one of these you will never leave home without it, keeping you warm and dry in all weathers.

Black Diamond Spark Johnny Mitts – £79.95

Gorgeously flexible leather and primaloft (down-like) insulation instantly gives you a feeling of quality and warmth. Johnny Collinson’s pro model Spark mitts include some appropriate extra touches – padding on the thumb, hand and knuckles for backcountry impact protection, reinforced wear points for extra durability, and a waterproof membrane. You can see why this is a go-to glove for any avid freerider. Johnny’s sister Angel kicks arse too so there’s also a 3-finger Spark Angel Mitten for the female freeride fraternity.

Contour Start-up Touring Adapter – £109.95

A clever adapter that converts a standard binding into a touring binding to allow children to start venturing into the exciting world of ski touring. The adapter clips into an alpine binding and allows your heel to lift up to freely walk up hill. Now you can take your kids on backcountry adventures at a very economical price.

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Let’s face it, we all love finding a great new ski kit upgrade each season. From helmets and goggles to backpacks and avi kits, we’ve got you covered with all the best ski accessories to truly ramp up your ski suitcase this winter!   Scott Patrol E1 Avalanche Airbags – From £849.95 Electrically activated avalanche…

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