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Free Ski Kit: Enter to Win Fresh Gear From Blizzard, Tecnica, and Picture

Throw your goggles in the ring for a chance to win a sweet freeride kit to stoke your powder pleasure this coming winter.

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Ready to get kitted up this winter — for free?

With temps finally starting to dip across North America, it’s almost go time. (We know — we’re frothing too.)

If you’re like us and can already see yourself surfing fields of cold-smoke powdery goodness, Blizzard, Tecnica, and Picture have you covered.

The three snowsports powerhouses have teamed up to kit you out this winter. Winners will get a pair of Blizzard’s Rustler/Sheeva skis, Tecnica’s legendary Cochise boots, and a super-fresh jacket/pant combo from Picture.

A skier plows the way through deep pow on her Blizzard setup.

Sounds pretty dope! So if you’re ready to throw your hat and goggles in the ring, smash the button below and enter for a chance to ski away with over $2,000 worth of brand-new gear.

The shenanigans kick off Sept. 12 and run through Oct. 24. Take note, ski packages are limited — so enter soon for your chance to win!

What’s in It for You?

Blizzard Rustler / Sheeva Skis

Rustler Skis
Sheeva Skis

Built for freeride bliss, Blizzard’s Rustler and Sheeva skis claim to offer a solid dose of width underfoot for versatile all-mountain performance. Camber in the core combined with a generous rocker in the tip means stability on hardpack and encouraging flotation on deep days, according to the brand.

Tecnica Cochise Boot

Tecnica’s Cochise ski boot is legendary for its superlative performance. Stiff yet flexible, lightweight yet powerful, the Cochise is ready for inbound screamers as well as deep, adventurous laps through the side/backcountry. The boot comes in men’s and women’s versions.

Picture Outerwear: Pants and Jacket

Designed for freeriding at the resort or in the sidecountry, Picture Organic Outerwear uses recycled polyester and synthetic insulation. A fully waterproof membrane keeps you dry and cozy, waterproof zips keep the moisture out, and plentiful ventilation lets you blow off some steam when things heat up.

This article is sponsored by Blizzard, Tecnica, and Picture. Check out more of their gear online.

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