eesa layering 2009-2010
08 Feb, 2009
When eesa came out onto the snowboard scene, it was more about filling a void and a need for a product. The void and need was filled thanks to Stephen Cleary and it proved to be popular. Eesa must have done something right because since then others have followed in their path and we all know imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Eesa remains loyal to customers and continues to pump out products that don’t just look good but make you feel better on the mountain.
For 2009-2010 eesa introduces 100% bamboo fiber to every sock, keeping you dry and comfortable whether it’s in the office or on the slopes. Another addition is the S.O.S (Save Our Socks) which lets consumers send in their old synthetic socks to be recycled and reduce them for other needs.
I own eesa socks and they do a good job of keeping my feet warm and comfortable on the slopes.
EBR, Kinger and Eesaken
I actually came home with a pair of these and I didn’t think I was a wrist warmer type of chick but man…it’s comfy to wear.
For those days when you want to go right from lift-to-lounge. Take off your snow pants, throw on a dress and boots and you’re ready to rock-n-roll.
Anchor Tee, Anchor Thigh-High’s and Anchor beer cozy
“nerd out in comfort”
Complete with the necessary openings but still keeping your warm