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Thinking about investing in a technical ski bib and shell? Consider Columbia’s new backcountry ski kit, launching this fall.

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Columbia has long made downhill ski apparel in a broad range of prices. From entry-level like the ever-popular Bugaboo Ski Pant to pinnacle Summit Series kits, the brand has a reputation as a solid value for good products. Now, Columbia is taking it up a notch in terms of performance. The brand will launch its first-ever technical backcountry ski shell and bib this fall. I tested the full kit during a short trip to Aspen Mountain.  Note: I tested the women’s shell and bib, but there is a men’s kit launching as well.  The Peak Pursuit 3L Shell The Peak Pursuit collection...

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Waffle Henley Palooza – The Best Looking Waffle Henleys for Men 2019

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Heads up: Buying via our links may result in us getting a commission. Here’s why. About the Author: Graham B. is apparently a powertrain engineer with a questionable devotion to Italian cars. When not building an engine for his personal or customer projects, he enjoys reading fiction, training for 5k races, and chicken pickin’ on his Telecaster guitar. I used to think that henleys were a clever invention of marketing departments of brands trying to slap more eagles and moose (meese?) onto their long-sleeve shirts. Looking into the history, I wasn’t far off. Turns out, they are essentially pajama tops adapted...

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Waffle Henley Palooza – The Best Looking Waffle Henleys for Men 2019

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Heads up: Buying via our links may result in us getting a commission. Here’s why. About the Author: Graham B. is apparently a powertrain engineer with a questionable devotion to Italian cars. When not building an engine for his personal or customer projects, he enjoys reading fiction, training for 5k races, and chicken pickin’ on his Telecaster guitar. I used to think that henleys were a clever invention of marketing departments of brands trying to slap more eagles and moose (meese?) onto their long-sleeve shirts. Looking into the history, I wasn’t far off. Turns out, they are essentially pajama tops adapted...

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