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​2022 TGR Gifts of Stoke - 8 Items To Live The Dream

There’s nothing better than new gear for the season, whether you like to play on snow, dirt or in the water! That’s why we came up with a list of eight of our top picks for living the dream this winter. Give the gift of warmth, comfort and safety in the backcountry with packs, outerwear and avalanche gear from Mammut and goggles from TGR, keep those beers properly stored for après with help from YETI, open up new areas on the mountain with skis from Peak Skis, keep your gear dry with Gear Dryer, and score the ultimate vacation at JHMR and Teton Mountain Lodge.

TGR Optics Uprising Goggles

The Uprising goggles are a revolutionary goggle combining the worlds best optics by Carl Zeiss and the best magnetic interchangeable frames available on the market today. Cylindrical lenses maximize your field of view. Frames feature magnetic interchangeable lens technology for easy lens swapping and triple-layer face foam that conforms to your face for max comfort. All TGR Optics goggles feature no-slip silicon straps, Zeiss Sonar and Anti-Fog Technology and come with the Evo case and goggle bag. Tested by TGR's athlete team and crew, TGR Optics are trusted by the best athletes in the world.

Shop TGR Optics here.


Mammut x TGR Snow Packs

Mammut x TGR's official collab is finally here. Mammut is the official safety partner of TGR and their gear is trusted by our athletes and crew. The Nirvana 18 is a compact backpack for freeriding and touring. The Flip Removable Airbag 3.0 is small in weight but huge in functionality. The sub-two-pound Flip provides everything a professional airbag needs: Mammut's super-light airbag system 3.0, a special front pocket for your avalanche safety equipment and a separate radio pocket.The main compartment can be fully opened to allow quick access on both packs. Mammut's legendary safety pedigree + TGR's mark of assurance!

Shop Mammut x TGR here.


YETI Roadie 48 Wheeled Cooler

For far-out picnics and tailgates with the crew. The Roadie 48 Wheeled Cooler is maneuverable, durable and ready for the long trek ahead. Built for navigating tailgate crowds and taking lunch to go, this wheeled cooler has the same cold-holding power you’d expect from a Tundra Cooler with added mobility. It’s also going to last just as long thanks to its Rock SolidTM Strength – from the handle to its thick walls, this thing is virtually indestructible.

Shop YETI coolers here.


Mammut Barryvox S Avalanche Safety Kit

Stay safe this winter in the backcountry with the Mammut Barryvox® S Package - containing all the avalanche equipment you need for freeriding, off-piste runs or ski touring. It contains our athlete-favorite Barryvox® S avalanche transceiver, the lightweight Probe 240 and the small, compact Alugator Ride avalanche shovel. The digital/analog, three-antenna Barryvox® S avalanche transceiver pairs ultra-high-tech features with extremely simple operation, including an effective search strip width of 70 meters and clear instructions, all designed to save you valuable seconds when the worst occurs. The aluminum avalanche Probe 240 is safe and easy to use, even when wearing gloves. And the packing volume is reduced to the minimum with the Alugator Ride shovel, which features a blade made of hardened, anodized aluminum. Our athletes and production crew never leave the trailhead without this kit - and neither should you!

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Mammut Outerwear Kit - La Liste Pro

A few years ago, Mammut freeride athlete Jeremie Heitz reset what was thought to be possible in the realm of big-mountain skiing when he released the film La Liste. Now, Mammut is offering the custom hardshell jacket and bibs Heitz wore during those missions for you. We’re talking about a fully-equipped hardshell jacket for freeriding, robust and completely waterproof 3-layer GORE-TEX Pro material, outstanding breathability, functions optimized for skiing ensure greater safety and comfort in the gnarliest conditions, all in a casual freeride look. If you dream of hunting big lines and pushing your limits in the backcountry, the La Liste Pro kit is there to keep you warm and dry no matter what the mountain throws at you.

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Peak SkisAdvertisement

The entire Peak by Bode Miller line was designed to take versatility to a new dimension. It begins with KeyHole Technology™, patented innovation by Bode Miller that allows for less side cut in the wider models while still retaining easy turn initiation, meaning more stability on uneven snow surfaces or in deeper powder.

Peak 98

Perhaps our most versatile ski, it's engineered to spend half its life on groomed snow and hardpack and the other half off trail in boot deep snow. Two full sheets of metal and a wood core make it stable. KeyHole makes it maneuverable.

Peak 104

We all want to ski powder all the time, but reality gets in the way—hardpack happens. With the Peak 104, though, you don’t have to compromise. It’s floaty enough for the deepest of inbounds powder days, but when the forecast comes up short, you can carve turns on it too. That’s beauty of KeyHole™.

Shop Peak Skis here.


JHMR Backcountry Guides + Teton Mountain Lodge

World-class terrain lies just outside the boundaries of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, with steep faces, deep powder, and an untracked experience a short hike away. Booking a day with their expert Backcountry Guides is the way to go. Gain the confidence and knowledge to push your own boundaries on your quest for fresh, untracked lines. After getting your fill, pair this adventure with a luxurious slopeside stay at the legendary Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa. With rooms complete with breathtaking views, a rooftop pool hot tub, and perfectly mixed cocktails at the Spur Restaurant & Bar, it's pretty much any weekend warrior’s dream vacation.

Shop JHMR and Teton Mountain Lodge here.


Gear Dryer

Keeping all your gear dry can quickly turn an epic powder morning into a stressful afternoon - especially if there's more snow in the forecast! Gear Dryer's got the ultimate solution to pop into your garage or mudroom - a wall-mounted boot and glove dryer that fits up to 12 items at once. The Gear Dryer Wall Mount 12 features dual fans that drive more than 200 CFM of forced airflow directly into mounted gear, optional heated or ambient-air drying settings with the press of a button and a self-regulating heater that delivers an approximate 35ºF air temperature increase above the ambient air temperature for effective drying and warming. It's safe for use on most thermo-molded boot liners and plugs into a normal 120V outlet - there's no professional installation required. 

If you're on the go, there's also Gear Dryer's portable SOLO 12V dryer, that can dry up to five different items at once at home or in your vehicle. Leaving wet gear overnight is a guarantee for odor and increased wear, and the Solo not only makes for better days, it also increases the lifespan of the gear that you rely on for work and play. The garage and mud-room friendly aesthetic increases both form and function of your storage space, and the added mobility of the 12-volt car jack doubles down on the Solo’s utility when you're on the road. From waders, to hockey gear, work boots, ski and snowboard boots, to helmets of all kinds, cleats, gloves, jackets and more, the Solo is the dynamic solution for keeping your sports gear dry, clean, and warm.

Shop Gear Dryer here.

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