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Totally waterproof, super breathable, and incredibly lightweight, AscentShell™ technology is the surefire way to provide high-exertion alpine athletes with complete protection against ice, snow, wind, and however else the weather tries to thwart a perfectly planned ski tour. The Skyward Jacket and Pants have earned awards and #1 spots on athlete-favorited gear lists, but we still saw room for improvement. Retail value: $850.
The newest in active insulation technology, the Ascendant Hoody drops excess heat and moisture when you’re questing uphill—but shelters you from the cold when you downshift. Retail value: $280.
Designed specifically for women, by the best female-led technical glove team at Outdoor Research, the Ouray Ice Gloves are an homage to the adventurous ladies who have been leading pitches and hard-charging through ice and mixed climbing festivals with clunky, ill-fitting unisex gloves. Retail value: $180.
We made the Perch Belay Parka for them (and for anyone who wants water-resistant warmth while, say, grilling burgers in a ski resort parking lot in February). Retail value: $380.
The lightly insulated Deviator Hoody provides the perfect amount of air permeability and warmth for active pursuits. Polartec® Alpha® insulation stays dry and circulates airflow for incredible breathability, and Polartec® Power Grid™ in the hood, sleeves and back panel wicks moisture and keeps you comfortable. Retail value: $240.
The Iceline Versa use an ultra-breathable, three-layer stretch fabric that moves and manages moisture as you work hard throughout the day, while an abrasion-resistant face fabric protects against ice, rope, gear, and whatever obstacles stand in your way of the send. Retail value: $300.
A weatherproof GORE-TEX® insert, Pittards® Oiltac goat leather palm, and PrimaLoft® Gold insulation infused on palm and back of hand, the Vitaly Gloves are the result of tireless testing and years of research to find the best solution to the harsh challenges that ice climbing imposes on its athletes. Retail value: $170.
Our premiere -40 F/C arctic expedition, Q.Shield® DOWN 800-fill bag designed for extreme conditions. Designed for the most extreme conditions, this expedition style bag can function as both bag and bivy. A Dry.Q® Elite shell and Q.Shield® DOWN insulation prevent exterior moisture penetration and resist down de-lofting from body moisture. Waterproof construction with welded seams and hidden baffle construction enhance loft and keep you dry. Retail value: $1,200.
First introduced in 1995, Trangos have become standard issue for mountaineering expeditions year-round. Teardrop-shaped front and rear doors conveniently tuck away, welded loops for securing the fly and a bathtub-style floor for better weather protection. Retail value: $1,000.
Designed for professional guides to comfortably haul heavy loads on long-trek peaks like Denali and Aconcagua. Flexible design and compression system ensures this pack can grow-or shrink-according to your needs. OutDry construction bonds a durable waterproof membrane to the main compartment so that your gear stays safe and dry in even the wettest conditions. Retail value: $430.
Published annually since 1907, The Canadian Alpine Journal (CAJ) is the flagship publication of the ACC. It is the permanent record of the biggest ascents, finest photography and most inspiring accomplishments. The CAJ is equal parts detailed route descriptions, introspective writing, science and humour.
This is our country’s representation of the year’s climbing in all its forms from coast to coast to coast and by Canadians abroad. To the mountain community, the CAJ is a collection of writings that individually and together celebrate the precious value and the infinite possibilities of life in the mountains.
Retail value: $2,500.