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Most Valuable Players

Source: Spyder’s kids lineup: Designed for them to grow with, not out of.

HERE AT experience dressing kids for this sport. Trust us—if you buy it right the first time, it will last a bunch of years. Ski-apparel companies do a pretty good job when it comes to making kids’ gear that can take a beating. ey also excel at getting creative with functional, versatile pieces that are made to go from mud-puddle stomping on the way to school to snow-angel-making on the bunny hill. e bottom line: With a little planning, you can invest in gear that lasts longer and works harder. Here are some of our favorite items.

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