Gallery: Behind the scenes photos from FREESKIER’s Volume 17 Gear Girl collection

Gallery: Behind the scenes photos from FREESKIER’s Volume 17 Gear Girl collection

 

Volume 17 of FREESKIER Magazine is a wrap and so concludes this year’s batch of Gear Girl pages. This year we paired some of this season’s hottest gear with some of the hottest babes. And as a result, we have one smokin’ hot photo gallery. What else would you expect?

September:

P: Don Hales

 

Electric DW02 Nato Watch – MSRP: $350
The DW02 NATO fuses pure class with bomber construction. The watch is water resistant to 300 meters, boasts a stainless steal housing, and a Japanese quartz chronograph with brass hands, resulting in one seriously good-looking timepiece.

Scott LCG Goggle – MSRP: $199
A FREESKIER editors’ pick, the Lens Change Goggle from Scott features a user-friendly slider to quickly disengage the lens for easy removal. A sleek design and attractive colorways mean you’re sure to find one that suits your style.

High Society FX Skis – MSRP: $720
The FX is built to shred the entire mountain. A rockered tip, poplar wood core reinforced with carbon fiber stringers and a rubber foil dampening system combine to create a ski that’s as smooth as it is fun and versatile.

Kicker Vapor Headphones – MSRP: $200
The Vapor combines Kicker’s trademark sound quality with a plush, padded design and built-in remote to deliver a musical experience that’s worthy of the most discerning listener.

October:

P: Don Hales

Dissent Labs GFX Hybrid Sock – MSRP: $47
This graduated compression ski sock includes anti-friction Teflon yarn in the forefoot to ensure minimal slippage and combat nasty blisters. Strategic padding in the toes, mid-sole, heel, ankle and shin provides added warmth and cushioning.

Skida Alpine Headband – MSRP: $20
This sporty headband will add a little extra warmth to your day both on and off the hill. It’s constructed with a polyester blend, lined with cozy micro- fleece and comes in a variety of prints to suit your style.

Astis Dias Mitten – MSRP: $195
Astis mittens are a surefire way to separate yourself from the crowd. Intricate beadwork adds unique style while silicon injected suede leather provides waterproofing, and Polartec Thermal Pro High Loft keeps those hands warm.

Electric Knoxville Union – MSRP: $120
A refined version of the Knoxville, these shades boast a stainless steel rim around an impact resistant, melanin- infused polycarbonate lens. The frame comes in three different color options and looks great on men and women alike.

November:

P: Don Hales

Dakine Sojourn 30L – MSRP: $95
The Sojourn is a spacious pack with a main compartment that can be accessed via the roll top or zippered back panel which also allows you to slip a 15” laptop into a built-in padded sleeve. Two pockets on the front keep everything organized wherever you may be heading.

Eira Woodlot Suspender – MSRP: $210
These wild mannered, high waisted pants come with removable suspenders for your pant-holding pleasure. The cut helps keep the snow out as does the 20K/20K protection that they provide. Plenty of pockets store all your goods and mirror finish zips add some pizzazz.

Aion Heather Mix – MSRP: $28
This 100% acrylic beanie is part of an extensive collection from Aion. The socially responsible company designs and produces beanies, hats and tees between Jackson Hole, WY and Bali, Indonesia with an emphasis on fair wages and safe working conditions.

Spy Union – MSRP: $140
From the Happy 20 collection, the Union is a stylish frame built with recycled metal and biodegradable acetate. It features a woodgrain finish that’s appropriate for any occasion and Spy’s Happy Lens which boosts contrast and color for a better view of life.

December:

P: Don Hales

Liberty Origin – MSRP: $769
This beefy 116-mm wide offering from Liberty features a rockered tip and tail for ultimate surfability in deep snow and a taste of camber underfoot to aid in hardpack pursuits. Its bamboo and poplar core provides a balance of light weight, durability and playful pop.

Base Camp X Airborne – MSRP: $225
Let’s be honest, down time in the backcountry can be just as fun as time spent chargin’ lines. That’s where the Airborne comes in. This throwing axe features a sturdy three-pound, nine-inch wide, sharpened steel head and 30-inch hickory handle. Let the games begin.

Corbeaux Clothing Wanderer – MSRP: $145
Corbeaux Clothing is a home- grown company that makes everything from start to finish in St. Paul, Minnesota. This bamboo and polyester hoody is great as a midlayer for touring or casual wear as you travel. A deep hood fits over your hat or ponytail and a marsupial pouch warms your hands or holds your valuables.

January:

P: Don Hales

Cirque Nordic Beanie – MSRP: $29.95
Jackson, Wyoming-based Cirque Mountain Apparel makes a bevy of threads to suit your mountain needs. This pom-style hat with a Norwegian inspired design is sure to keep you warm while getting you noticed both on and off the hill. The beanie is also produced with various ski resort-branded prints.

Saga Life Flannel – MSRP: $59.99
This cotton-based flannel from Saga will have you styling all over the place. A DWR treatment helps prevent moisture from weighing you down, and dual chest pockets provide some extra storage space when you need it. Go ahead, look good and don’t feel bad about it.

Resqwater – MSRP: $3.99
Tired of hangovers? Resqwater is a drinker’s best friend not for its magical qualities but its scientific ones. The drink staves off hangovers by flushing acetaldehyde, the hangover-causing byproduct of alcohol metabolism, out of your system. Furthermore, the drink contains electrolytes, b vitamins and sucrose to help you recover faster.

Bogs Pearl Lace Boot – MSRP: $130
The Pearl Lace Boot is primed for all your winter adventures. Constructed with waterproof leather and a slip resistant rubber outsole, the boot is practical and rugged. Additionally, the soft leather footbed is über-comfortable, a pull tab on the laces allows for easy on-and-off, and sophisticated design makes it a go-to for style-conscious women everywhere.

February:

P: Don Hales

Oakley Enduro – MSRP: $130
Oakley throws it back to the rock n’ roll era with this lightweight and stress-resistant O-Matter frame. Metal accents and carved lines on the earstems combine with a rounded frame design that will have you looking and feeling like Mick Jagger every time you put them on. Available in 18 different colors to suit your style.

Skullcandy Smokin’ Buds 2 – MSRP: $30
Ill-fitting ear buds are a thing of the past thanks to the Smokin’ Buds 2. These bad boys were designed with the internal shape of the human ear in mind—a specially angled, oval earpiece. In addition, a one-button remote on the cable allows you to play/pause music, adjust volume, skip tracks and take calls on the go.

All of these women appear in FREESKIER Magazine Volume 17. The issues are now available via iTunes Newsstand. Enjoy the behind the scenes photos from our day with these beautiful ladies, and be sure to check out the bonus video footage to come. You’re welcome.

Related: Go behind the scenes of FREESKIER’s latest Gear Girl photoshoot

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