Dissent socks have been my sock of choice for a few years now. They are a MTB specific compression sock. They fit great look great and your feet never get those annoying hot spots in long events.
Italian produced Canadian designed quality.
I've used these bindings for a few years now. The leather tore a bit and the baseplate cracked. Called Burton, they have a lifetime warranty and sent out new parts to me immediately. Other than those issues they have been amazing, and there will always be some wear and tear on the slopes.
The best of the best multi sport gps watch an heart rate monitor, swim, bike, run, transition, automatic multisport, ANT fictions, pacer, virtual partner, maps, communities, Garmin connect, etc etc etc and de new version 920xt is now available with Bluetooth functions...
I love my Panteras, because they are one of not many shoes which fit my feet especially my heels. Really snug and no air pockets. This model is best for steep sport climbing and bouldering. Lace up version of the shoe allows climber to adjust the tightness where it is needed. Vibram XS rubber is sticky, and there is a lot of it. My favourite climbing shoe so far.
Great aggressive climbing shoe. Ideal for people with small heels like myself. No air pockets in the heel even on the tiniest crimps. Plenty of rubber on the top for all the toe hooks you want. Two opposing velcro straps make it easy get these shoes as tight as one needs. The price is climber friendly as micro fibre material which allows climber wear shoes for longer without discomfort.