SIA was full of many interesting, one-of-a-kind and hilarious products this year.

I hope to shed light on some of the products that I found most interesting.

Full Tilt Boots - B&E Pro Boot

Full Tilt decided to take a shot at Jossi's black-on-black aesthetic by making an entirely white pair of boots for Henrik and Phil. I don't think I have ever seen a white-on-white boot like this before, but I think it's quite sexy to say the least.

It's probably going to get dirty.

Strafe Outerwear - Invisible Zippers

Strafe integrated an all new type of technology into one of next year's jackets, invisible zippers. How will we ever know where to find the zipper?

Here you can see the--wait, no you can't.

Armada Skis - Krystal Mesh

Armada has integrated a new mesh material in their new touring line up, to make lighter ski, without cutting performance. The Armada crew was handing out small packets of Krystal Mesh in a very low-key drug dealer type of way. To be honest I thought it was just rock salt in a bag, until someone informed me that it was rock candy, not laced with drugs of any kind to be clear...very creative Armada.

It's candy, I swear.

Colour Wear - Coil Jacket

The Coil Jacket from Colour Wear is by far one of the most interesting jackets at the show this year. This jacket has the vibe of an anorak, but with a very unique full zipper.

This jacket can't decide what it wants to be.

Sego Skis - Rossignar ST-69 Big Mountain Blades

Sego did an excellent job in making the most bad-ass ski ever. These bad boys clock in with a width of nearly 110 underfoot and about half the length of a full-size ski. I heard these are Cy Whitling's new pro models, but that's just a rumor.

Saucer Boy would be proud.

686 - Pabst Blue Ribbon Collaboration Jacket

This PBR x 686 Jacket can hold up to 10 beers! The pockets in the jacket are lined with materiel found in coolers to keep your beverages cold; however I'm not sure how realistic this is.

The beers on the inside will likely be warm... Don't fall.