Pro Kits: See Justin Dorey’s setup
|Skis:||CoreUPT The Caspers 183|
|Boots:||Nordica Ace of Spades|
|Bindings:||Look Pivot 18|
|Jacket:||Under Armour Snowpocalypse|
|Pants:||Under Armour Flow Field|
|Helmet:||Giro Shiv (Monster Energy painted)|
|Gloves:||Kombi Men's Justin|
|Poles:||Swix Medieval CT5 Composite|
Justin Dorey knows a thing or two about needing solid and versatile gear, year in and year out. From icy superpipes in the early season at Breckenridge to powder shredding in British Columbia, Dorey needs gear that keeps him warm, dry and functional. Here, we run you through what J-Bone rocks on the hill.
The Vernon, BC-native spends a majority of his season in the stunt ditch, so what does he use? Try CoreUPT's The Caspers in a 183 length. Another fun fact? He designed them, as he knows exactly what he needs from his pipe skis. "They're the best because of the amount of pop they have. I've never been on a ski that's so good for stomping landings and popping trannies." Justin is rockin' Look's Pivot 18 bindings, which were re-released in recent seasons. Dorey has also been sporting the three buckle freeride beast of a boot from Nordica, the Ace of Spades.
Dorey, who is usually spotted in an Under Armour hoodie, rocks the Snowpocalypse jacket when he needs "a high performance, lightweight shell that fits well and works in any type of weather." Dorey pairs that up with Under Armour's Flow Field Pant, and he's sitting pretty all season long.
Dorey covers that valuable dome of his with the Giro Shiv helmet, a low-pro', no nonsense piece. And protecting his eyes are the Giro Basis goggle. "Giro makes some sick googles and my favorite one so far is the Basis. Its small, low profile and its frame looks nice and simple." Dorey keeps those mitts of his covered with Kombi's Justin glove, which, you guessed it, he helped design. And he caps the whole setup off with some Swix Medieval CT5 poles. Just try and break 'em.
Follow Dorey on twitter, @Justin_Dorey.
About the author:
Shay Williams is the former Managing Editor of Freeskier Magazine. He now works full-time with Monster Energy, and continues to contribute to freeskier.com, offering insights re: the lives of his Monster athletes.