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Gear up for the slopes this winter with the best ski and snowboard pants

Your ski runs demand the right outerwear, including a solid pair of snow pants

Mike Richard

Mike Richard has traveled the world since 2008. He's kayaked in Antarctica, tracked endangered African wild dogs in South Africa, and survived a near-miss great white shark attack in Mexico. His travel advice has appeared on the websites of industry-leading publications for Forbes, Travel + Leisure, CNET, National Geographic, and Vagabondish. He loves the great outdoors and good bourbon, and (usually) calls Massachusetts home. Mike also enjoys speaking in the third person.

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Kurt Spurlock

Kurt Spurlock is a writer for the outdoors and motorcycle industries. When he's not busy writing you can find him hoarding backpacking gear, trying not to injure himself mountain biking, or doing literally anything on a motorcycle from track days to dual sport camping. Give him a piece of your mind on twitter @kurtspurlock, or at his website

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Most snowboarders dream of having a whole fleet of snowboards — a slew of choices to choose from daily. You would flick through them like a vinyl enthusiast trying to find their vintage Hendrix, choosing the right choice to absolutely shred whether it's a powder day, a day for cruising the resort, or if you've decided you're going to try your hand at being a park rat.

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