Kitbag: winter’s hottest ski gear

From an ergonomic glove to an award-winning carbon ski, get your hands on this winter’s hottest gear

Hestra Army Leather Heli Ski Ergo Grip

An ergonomic update of the popular glove, using goatskin and merino wool. £125.

Arc’teryx Cerium LT

Vancouver-based manufacturer Arc’teryx launches its first down jackets this winter. £260.

K2 Pinnacle 130

After a 38-year hiatus, K2 is re-entering the ski-boot market with a range topped by the freeride-focused Pinnacle 130. £400.

Endeavor Archetype

Top-of-the-range freeride board, with split tail for deep powder. £1,050.

Dynafit Beast

A touring binding burly enough for the most aggressive skiers. £780.

BCA Tracker 3

New smaller, lighter version of the popular avalanche transceiver. £329.

The North Face Bamboozle Beanie

Retro design complete with fluffy pom-pom; comes in three colours. £24.99

Idris Lynx

An eco-friendly ski made in Chamonix, using oak, pine and flax. £1,100.

Völkl V-Werks Katana

This award-winning new ski uses carbon and a thin profile to cut weight. £800.

Dragon X Nike APX

A collaboration between Nike and goggle-maker Dragon, the APX is frame-free to give maximum peripheral vision. £180.

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