Powerful and heavy, OR lightweight but lacking? Until recently, this decision was all too real for skiers who find themselves captivated by the allure of the backcountry. While the lighter weight skis and boots of yesterday allowed for efficiency on the ascents, they left much to be desired when it came time to enjoy the ride back down. But what if your gear didn't have to be so polarizing? Riding in on the coattails of modern ski technology, this new wave of ski boots feature the stiffness and responsiveness of the most aggressive alpine boots, yet also a light weight and range of motion that goes stride for stride with most dedicated touring boots. One Boot Quivers are here and they're completely shifting the way we approach our winter adventures. If you're looking for one setup for both in and out of bounds riding, one of these pairs is your best bet:

One Boot Quivers
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Our Favorite Alpine Boots
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Whether you have wide feet or narrow feet, prefer a super stiff and supportive flex or a softer, more plush feel, the right boots for you exists. Perhaps you're looking to log some multi-day tours in the San Juans, or bag quicker, more technical lines in the Cascades... To help you figure out which of these "quiver of one" ski boots will best serve you and your feet, our expert boot fitters have taken a deeper look at the fit and function of this winter's most tantalizing do-it-all models.
 

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2018 Ski Bindings
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Skiers are tinkerers. Whether it's a slight change to your waxing process or a fully custom duct tape mod to your boots... the list goes on. As such, some of the most popular skis of the past decade have been refined for the 2017/2018 season to incorporate modern technology and design that allows riders to continually push the boundary of possibility. From the 3rd generation Armada JJ's reduced taper and 3-dimensional Smear Tech base, to Rossignol's lighter and damper Air Tip 2.0 technology in their continuously award-winning 7-Series, along with a slew of new asymmetrical profiles -- ski manufacturers are delivering in spades when it comes to progressing what will be possible on skis this year.
 
Refined for 2018
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All 2018 Skis
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