The best wearable tech for skiing and snowboarding

The pick of the coolest new ski tech to boost your winters sports experience

| £149
Turn your ski boot into your own personal coach. Carv is the first wearable technology that talks to you as you ski, measuring your motion and pressure distribution and relaying feedback through headphones. It also connects wirelessly to your smartphone to give a choice of simple feedback or detailed analysis.

Racer Womens Connectic 3 Heated Glove | 229.95
Never get cold hands again with these softshell heated gloves. Using a thermoregulated heating system developed by the RACER Research and Development, three heat settings provide optimum comfort while a seven hour battery length means you’ll always be protected from the elements.

Garmin Fenix 6S Sapphire Multisport GPS Watch | 550
Preloaded with ski maps for over 2,000 worldwide ski resorts, the Garmin Fenix combines all-day wearability and an ultra-rugged design with classic smartwatch features. You’ll always know exactly where you are on the slopes thanks to a multi-satellite network and built-in navigation systems while an extended battery life means the watch will keep going as long as you do.

Dragon Alliance X1 Goggles | 134.99
Eliminate the need to constantly swap lenses when the weather changes. These unisex goggles feature transition lens technology that automatically change tints in response to changing sunlight and weather conditions, eliminating the need to swap goggles or change lenses.

Oakley Airwave 1.5 Goggles Hyperdrive with Fire Iridium | 4.99
Airwave takes Oakley goggle design and technology to the next level with a built-in heads up display that integrates GPS, Bluetooth and more. Onboard sensors give you instant access to jump analytics that show distance, height and airtime. The mobile dashboard also gives you access to music and preloaded maps.