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 got these shoes specifically to hike the Kalalau Trail on Kauai, and they were amazing! I was looking for a shoe that is comfortable, durable and provides the traction I need for muddy trails. I also wanted a shoe that was lightweight, as I didn't want to haul hiking boots on my trip. The Cascadia 10 has all of these features and more! Incredibly comfortable with a ton of trail support. They also have have a pivot technology on each corner of the shoe that prevents your feet from rolling. These shoes also come in some very cool colors. I decided on the grey/green but you can also get a deep blue or bright orange. Highly recommend these shoes for all trail running and hiking.
The award winning Apostle is the only ski I need in my quiver. Rocky Mountain Underground manufactures burly skis for aggressive riders. The UHMW sidewalls are over twice as thick as the industry standard, making the ski resilient to lateral impact and edge blow out. World Cup sintered bases are 2.2 mm deep, making core shots less likely and giving you many more base grinds over the years. The edges themselves are thicker and stronger, so you would have to take a serious hit to ruin this ski in a single impact. And when it comes to performance, the Apostle is versatile enough to handle any conditions you may throw at them.
After using it for nearly a year now, I have to say this is probably the most versatile jacket I've ever owned. From -35 degrees in the winter over layers to a hot, humid 80+ degree thunderstorm in summer, this jacket has worked like a charm. Its only negative is the oversized hood, which of course is a positive when wearing a helmet.
LaSportiva Mythos are probably the best climbing shoes ever made. Good for crack climbing, slab, even technical face. Here I'm leading Dreams of Verdon (5.12a/b) in the Ghost River Wilderness which might be the best multipitch sport route in Canada. The Mythos are performing with dignity and grace ..
This board has a super clean pop off the wake, with bright graphics which will catch your eyes. However this was the second of these board I have had after cracking the centre of my first. Secondly I would not recommend it for anything apart from behind boat as the base is super soft and would properly be destroyed after one pull hitting obstacles. Saying that a last positive of this board which applies for myself being a salt water rider is that the metal components of the board have yet to show any signs of rust.