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The 2014 SIA Snow Show has wrapped up from Denver, Colorado, closing the book on one of our favorite events of the year. Over the course of three days we drooled over next year’s hottest gear, caught up with friends new and old, and partied a bunch, naturally.
Spyder, known for its technical outerwear, has developed the Highlands Jacket, which features Spyder’s longest center back-length of any of its jackets, and has a baggier, park inspired look that athletes like Josh Bibby, Tyler Ceccanti, and Julian Carr love.
Orage has introduced its new Deal Jacket, which athlete Tatum Monod helped design. The 10K/10K piece comes with a two ply canvas fabric for added durability, something Monod needs when throwing backflips in the backcountry.
Tomahawk is proud to unveil its Totem kit. A street inspired piece that Ian Compton and Max Hill helped design, the Totem features a more tailored, skinnier fit in the pant and a longer cut in the coat.
And that’s just a little tease… Enjoy the rest of the photos from day 3 of SIA 2014, and stay tuned for additional updates from the show in the days to come.
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