INDIGO G-STRING
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Warm up to the possibilities of winter

INDIGO G-STRING
With the holiday season at hand, the Outfitter lays down its critical pen and for the next four weeks gives into pure envy.

INDIGO G-STRING
Tired of carrying your skis or snowboard in your hands? This device, which is worn like a backpack, lets you strap your ride of choice on your back. It’s lightweight, made of nylon, fits in a pocket and is available in green/black or blue/black. $20. (970) 429-1005, www.indigoequipment.com

Text by Scott Doggett
Photos by Eric Boyd / LAT ()
PERFORMANCE COMMUTER
PERFORMANCE COMMUTER
By day, the outer portion of the sleeves on this jacket are black with a gray pattern. By night, the pattern is so reflective it’s absolutely brilliant. Visit www.illuminite.com for details and other clothing that features the reflective fabric. $120. (800) 727-2433, www.performancebike.com ()
BURTON FUSION
BURTON FUSION
At last, snowboard bindings that combine the adjustability of strap bindings and the convenience of step-ins — thanks to a removable aluminum sub-frame that quickly disengages from the base plate with the release of a lever. When you step out of the Fusion, the sub-frame and straps stay fixed to your boots. $350. (800) 881-3138, www.burton.com ()
SOLAR SCOTTeVEST
SOLAR SCOTTeVEST
This all-weather, machine-washable waterproof jacket with CoolMax mesh interior features 30 hidden pockets and compartments — and a solar panel on the back that allows you to charge your MP3 player and other gizmos while you’re using them and on the go. $425. (866) 909-8378, www.scottevest.com

Editor’s note: The Outfitter column will return Dec. 28. ()
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