Finally, some goggles that work for uphill skiing. Julbo has an ingeniously simple plan for tackling the inevitable fogging that occurs if you ski with a typical goggle in the backcountry. All you do is pull the lens away from your face, which pops open to leave a sub-centimeter gap all around the glass. This is just enough to let your steam escape and a freshening airflow to work ..
Now the award-winning SuperFlow system is available in a more affordable goggle. The Airflux sports the same amazing ventilation found in the Aerospace, but without the chromatic lenses. Instead the goggles are fitted with an assortment of Julbo Spectron lenses, each adept in different lighting conditions. If you’re headed uphill to ski, pop the lens away from your face with a simp..
The Attivo Goggles are simple glasses geared for uphill skiing and mountaineering. Choose from single or double lens configurations to keep the snow and wind off your eyeballs. The goggles come with both standard straps and shorties that plug into receptors found on the Attivo helmet. The receptors are a secure hold that lets you move the goggles between your face and the front of ..
If you can’t see, you can’t ski. Avoid that problem with the Downhill 2000 goggles. German industrial giant Uvex makes the best lenses in the industry, in terms of break-resistance, anti-fog technology, and distortion-free vision. Because of this, Downhill 2000s are great for racing, touring, and ski mountaineering. The goggles feature Supravision® anti-fog treatment, which has dou..
Your face is the most common place to forget the Julbo Aerolites. Built on the same platform as the Aero, the Aerolite is an equally high-performance optic, only slightly narrower and even lighter. A rimless lens design paired with massive ventilation cutouts on the sides come together to form a pair of glasses so light you’ll forget they're on your face while frantically searching..
The Trek sunglasses are the go-to eyewear for general and ski mountaineering. Transition lenses keep the light transmission optimal and a wrap-around style blocks the U/V light from melting your face. The glasses feature air vents on the lenses to prevent fogging, and also allow airflow underneath. In addition, you can remove the side wings to further increase the venting on warm s..
The Julbo Aero is the high-performance optic of choice for mountain athletes the world over. No frame or lens detail was overlooked. The lens sits suspended within the frame to create a small gap perfectly sized for massive amounts of ventilation even at low speeds. The wrapping lens combats distortion and ensures crystal clear protection from the elements. The 3D Fit Nose piece an..
Gloworm is a New Zealand company making high-end LED lights. The more light you have the faster you can ski since you have more time to react to whats coming at you. With Gloworm's X1 and X2 headlamps you can get all the light you need at the press of a button.
X1- This is the single-bulb option with the ability to program 3 different light settings, plus a special mode. Control..
We do a lot of racing and skiing at night. The more lumens a lamp puts out, the faster you can ski. The Trab Aero Headlamp projects up to 2000 lumens down your favorite chutes. That is enough to ski with confidence yet remain oblivious to the obstacles further below. Perfect for concentrating on the task at hand above a cliff band. The Aero lamp has a secure tripod mount that can b..
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The original Tikka from Petzl is back. Just as small and light as before but now with more lighting power. In an 88 gram package with 3 settings plus a red light, this little guy will keep your life lit up before the sun comes up (or after it goes down!). The Tikka is a great to keep in the car so you don’t forget it when you’re groggily preparing for a dawn patrol. At 200 lumens i..
If you are aiming to break 100 ski days this season you'll have to ski more often than just Saturday and Sunday. That means alpine starts and dawn patrol will be your new favorite words. However, none of this is viable without some form of compact lighting solution. With 3 different lighting modes, enough lumens to make a grown man squint, and a detachable headband for apres-ski te..
The e+LITE headlamp from Petzl is perfect for those adventures which you don't expect to need or want a headlamp, but are smart enough to never go without. Chock full of features, the e+LITE weighs just 26 grams (0.9 ounces). Stuff it in your pack and forget about it. Just remember you have it when you’re caught out!
Included carrying case disappears into virtually any pock..
Ski Trab’s lightest headlamp is designed for 4 A.M. wake-up calls, Tuesday night races, or those afternoon ski adventures that don’t quite go according to plan. Weighing less than 100g, you won’t even notice the Sprint Lamp until you press the on button. That action releases all 800 Lumens from their cage, scaring unexpecting wildlife away. Trab chose enough battery to save your h..
Gloworm accesories available to upgrade or add to your existing setup. Other parts available upon request.
Need a backup battery? Replacement head strap? Find accessories for the Ski Trab headlamps here.
Aero Head Strap – The headband with Velcro onto which you can attach a lamp.
Helmet Support – The tripod that mounts to a helmet to support an Aero lamp.
7.4V Battery Packs – Two and four cell packs for use with the 400 and 1600 lumen lamps.
7.4V Battery Charger – A/C adapto..