The Internet as is the course can’t get enough of next years products. Every publication and their affiliates goes to SIA, Parts and Labor, ISPO, and whatever that one trade show is over in Japan. It’s a time to do business, but mainly showcase what’s new and what’s good. We of course went to Denver to SIA and Parts and Labor. Here’s a few photos of some products that stood out.
The second year Arbor bindings looking very sleek.
Fix is back with more models, some with wings, just no Redbull.
“It Means Raw Fish!”
New Shapes on the Smokin.
Just a mitt.
A one off 686 x Endeavor Collab, complete with fins.
The Woodsman the directional brother to the Lumberjack.
New Straps on the Sparks.
32 has designed a new footbed that gives multiple options for arch support.
The 80’s are alive.
Locked back in what was the stripper booth, the Degenerati know they exist.
A new boot from K2.
The Venture Euphoria gets a new shape.
Ride has a new high back. Still has metal bases though.
TJ Brand out of the far east. Yes the edges wrap all the way around.
Switchback with their new frame.
And outerwear for all.
One pieces, still selling.
Vintage is in.