Funny name, serious product. Lacking the
cargo vans that most national teams have,
Team No-Team (TNT) discovered (while
traveling across Europe in Jon Olsson’s
sports car) that ski bags can make traveling
efficiently very difficult. Hence the creation
of the Douchebags. The bags come in
three different lengths and can fold up for
easy storage. “It fits behind the seat of a
Lamborghini when rolled up!” says Olsson.
“What more can you wish for from a ski bag?
I don’t know.”
High Sierra U.S. Ski Team
U.S. Ski Team sponsor High Sierra has
embroidered a team logo and graphics
on this pack, which also features a
large top-load main compartment with
ventilation/drainage grommets along with
adjustable webbing straps on the front of
the bag for diagonal ski carry.
Hot Gear Pro
This backpack features a patented four-stage heating element with variable
settings ranging from 122 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. The result? Warm and dry
boots when you need them. The bag also features compartments for socks and
gloves and other accessories, as well as nonheated compartments for goggles,
cell phones, and more. The bag can be charged plugging it into an outlet or car
charger. Once the bag is heated, it will keep your gear warm for up to four hours.