2017 Apparel Guide: The story behind the cult classic Kinco

Kincos have long maintained a cult following in the skiing world as the quintessential blue-collar glove of choice because of their durability and affordability—about $12 for the cotton-backed style that’s made from pigskin leather and lined with Kinco’s proprietary HeatKeep insulation.

Photo of the Day: Stairway to Heaven

Janne Tjärnström takes the stairs. Åre, Sweden | Photo: Mattias Fredriksson mattiasfredriksson.com

Photo of the Day: Out the Door

Caroline Gleich embarks on her day. BC, Canada | Photo:Adam Clark adamclarkphoto.com

Photo of the Day: Breaking Ground

Tyler Falk breaks into the stillness. Wasatch bc, Utah | Photo: Jim Harris perpetualweekend.com

Photo of the Day: Preparation

Asbjørn Eggebø Næss prepares for descent. Lofoten, Norway | Photo: Mattias Fredriksson mattiasfredriksson.com

Photo of the Day: The New Count of Monte Cristo

Grant Helgeson tracks up Monte Cristo couloir. Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah | Photo: Jim Harris perpetualweekend.com

Photo of the Day: The Evening Light

Angel Collinson skins through the alpenglow. Wasatch bc, Utah | Photo: Adam Clark adamclarkphoto.com

Photo of the Day: Summits and Rime

Noah Howell summits Mt Timpanogos after a rime event. Wasatch bc, Utah | Photo: Jim Harris perpetualweekend.com

Photo of the Day: White Room Visitor

Brandon Kelly books a stay in the white room. Mt. Baker bc, Wash. | Photo: Grant Gunderson grantgunderson.com

Photo of the Day: Bird’s Eye View

Even Sigstad takes in the view. Lofoten, Norway | Photo: Mattias Fredriksson mattiasfredriksson.com

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