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StabilIcers Heel Ice Cleats

November 21, 2014
STABILgear's STABILicers Heel ice cleats provide enhanced traction in the critical heel zone to protect against dangerous slips and falls in snow and ice.

StabilIcers Maxx Ice Cleats

December 23, 2013
StabilIcers Maxx ice cleats from 32north provide serious traction on the slickest conditions, without compromising traction on rocky trails or dry pavement. A flexible tread design allows for a natural stride.

Heated Insoles

November 29, 2013
ThermaCell Heated Insoles are designed to provide continuous warmth for up to five hours, or longer when used in intervals. These cordless, remote controlled, rechargeable heated insoles are available in both women's and men's sizes.

Loon Mountain (N.H.) Ski Patrol

November 19, 2009

The bread-and-butter calls on Paul Hayes' beat are ones you might expect: traffic control, investigating thefts, finding lost children, and handling unruly public intoxicants. Then there are the ones you might not expect: evacuating aerial chair lifts, transporting injured people via sled, and dealing with drug- or alcohol-fueled "Ski.U.I." incidents.

Wet Weather Wear

October 30, 2009

While giving waterproof jackets a "test wearing," I have had input from several members of my local department and from guys I shoot with. We have found that 5.11 Tactical, BlackHawk, Blauer, Elbeco, Fechheimer, Propper, The Force, Tru Spec by Atlanco, Under Armour, and Woolrich's Elite Tactical Series serve well in a wide range of conditions.

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