Need some gift ideas for that snowboarder in your life that has everything? Lucky for you, we have created a list of 12 gift idea items that any snowboarder will love. These items range in price and will not break the bank.
Trust us, these items will keep that special someone warm, dry and comfortable while they shred.
Airblaster Ninja Suits: $109-$199
Super comfortable and warm, the Ninja suit is the best one piece base layer made. One piece to wash, one piece to remember to pack. Have less bunching between layers. Take a tumble on a good snow day and never have the snow get to skin. We are stocking a merino version this year that is super soft and is woven with a synthetic that makes it dry even faster. The merino is naturally anti-microbial as well. Got to stay fresh!
Union Force / Trilogy Bindings: $229.95
Our best selling binding year after year for good reason. It works on what ever board you put them on. Simple to use, plenty of adjustment, and extremely comfortable. Stocking three colors on the men's side and two for women this year we have an option that will make anyone happy.
|Rome MT Heated Hoodie: $199.99|
Dwr coated hoodie with a small battery pack allows you to crank the heat up when it gets cold. Three heat settings that last 6-7 hours per charge. Wear it early and late season to crank the heat when the sun dips below the ridge. Perfect for around town use, when you don't want to wear your technical outerwear. Don't have heated seats in your vehicle? Now your good. Derek, our snowboard buyer wears this piece constantly.
|Dakine Charger Glove or Mitt: $40 |
A solid versatile glove at a great price. Warm enough for all but the coldest days yet not overkill for that splitboard mission; The Charger is rugged and has a great classic look. One of the most dexterous gloves on the floor, get strapped in fast and beat your friends back down to the bottom.
|Darn Tough Over The Calf Light: $23.95 |
Stop any of our staff at the hill and ask what sock they are wearing. If they don't have them on, they swapped laundry day for a day of riding.
|Crab Grab: $13-$15|
Know anyone that likes to slip and fall while getting off the lift? We don't either. Fun colors, great traction and doesn't get in the way when your board is getting tuned.
|Volcom Shandy Flannel: $75 |
Keep them looking great with a flannel made by a company that has been in the board sports game since '91.
|Bonfire Anchor and Jasper Jackets: $179.95 |
The best bang for your buck out of our outerwear selection. More waterproofing than any other jacket at that price point. Classic looks from a company that has been out there for 25 years and offers a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
|Smith Maze Helmet: $110 |
Our go to helmet for a clean minimalist design. It also happens to be the lightest helmet on the market. If they have had their helmet for more then a few years it should be replaced to maintain safety. Here is a great inexpensive option.
|Volcom Puff Puff Give Jacket: $140|
Less expensive then a lot of other down options, this is a go to insulator for those days that you don't have to wait in lift lines because everyone else is sitting in the lodge. With a subtle black on black print it looks great as a street piece as well.
Oakley Line Miner Prizm Goggles: $120
With more peripheral vision then any other cylindrical goggle we carry, the line miner is a great option. The Prizm rose lens is perfect for this area. Those of us that use this goggle never need to switch the lens due to conditions. The Prizm technology helps you see every line in the snow, especially in low and flat light.
|Coal Fleece Hood SE: $40 |
When it gets super cold, windy, and gross out there this is a go to piece. Cover your face neck and head with cozy softness. Keep the elements out with the waterproof panels, and keep your goggles from fogging with the extra layer of breathable fleece grid fabric at the face.
Make sure you stop by to Skirack or visit our online gift guide for even more ideas!