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December 14, 2023

Winter isn't coming, it's already here. 

The snow and cooler temperatures bring with it an opportunity to take part in winter adventurer activities like snowboarding, skiing, sledding, and more.

Ensure you have access to reliable, two-way radios with the help of Midland. Shop our communication essentials below. 



Hit the slopes with seamless communication. The T71VP3 packs a punch with powerful battery life sure to keep you connected to other adventurers.

With crisp, clear communication the T71s allow users to keep one another informed of their location, warn them about obstructions, etc. 

The Weather Alert Radio with Weather Scan keeps adventurers in the know in case severe weather alerts like avalanche warnings are issued. With timely notifications, adventurers can seek shelter and safety as quickly as possible.

The T71s also include replacement belt clips, battery packs, a desktop charger, AC wall adapter, and micro-USB charging cable. 



Don't be caught off guard when off grid. 

This compact emergency radio includes NOAA Weather Radio meaning adventurers will get the latest, most accurate information straight from the National Weather Service. When you're out sledding with the family or on the slopes, winter adventurers can rest easy knowing they'll be able to seek shelter as soon as needed. 

The ER10VP comes in a compact size so it'll easily fit in pockets or gear bags because preparedness shouldn't take up too much room!

Doubling as a flashlight with SOS strobe, the ER10VP helps users navigate dark or dimly lit areas in case of an emergency.

Make preparedness and safety a priority with the ER10VP. 



Bring powerful communication to a winter adventure with Midland's GXT1030VP4 Two-Way GMRS Radio.

Equipped with 50 channels, the GXT1030VP4 brings seamless, reliable communication to any adventure. Compatible with all Midland FRS and GMRS two-way radios, the GXT`1030 is fit for the slopes.

The GXT1030VP4 is also JIS4 Waterproof. This protection means these walkie talkies will perform even against light rain or splashing water...like snow.

These handheld two-way radios are also fit with NOAA Weather Alert Radio with Weather Scan. With access to the fastest, most accurate information straight from the National Weather Service, the GXT1030 brings safety straight to the hands of adventuers. 

Also including an SOS Siren, the GXT1030 ensures adventurers can send a distress/locator signal in any emergency.

Easy to use, push-to-talk communication has never stood out more with these two-way radios fit with a yellow faceplate.



Make communication that much easier with this accessory that works with all Midland FRS and GMRS two-way walkie talkies. 

The microphone easily attaches to the walkie talkie and has a rotating clip for ease of use while it's on your shoulder. 

Communication has never been so easy to reach as adventurers can simply push the push-to-talk button on the side of the microphone. 

Keep your walkie on your hip while ensuring simple, easy to grab communication on the slopes. 

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