Shay’s Snowboarding Holiday Gift Guide!

05 Dec, 2011

Wondering what to get the special skier or snowboarder for the holidays? Look no further, here are 10 gift ideas that won’t break your bank account and they’ll be stoked to use on the mountain. From the ease of comfortable socks, to keeping goggles protected to rocking a new hat, here’s a couple options for everyone.

Darn Tough Socks – $21.95

Good fitting without the slipping and they offer cushioning – that’s a good sock. I’ve been rocking these socks for the past month on the slopes, in the gym and they rock hands down. Plus so far they are darn tough and good quality.

Aerial 7 Perisher Headphone Beanie – $60

Whether it’s for the mountains or around town, rock your favorite tunes with a Aerial 7 headphone beanie. The Perisher beanie offers a light stretchy fit with the ability to move the speakers to adjust the sound.

Pom Pom Facemasks – $30

Keep your face warm and protected with the brightest most fun facemasks in the industry. Pom Pom isn’t just for the ladies, they offer a ton of bright colors for anyone wanting face protection on the mountain.

Dakine Goggle Case – $20

It sucks to realize your goggles got a scratch and even worse when they got a scratch off the mountain. Help keep them protected with a goggle case this season.

Bonfire Banked Fleece – $79.95

Needing a hoodie for winter or spring time shredding? The Bonfire Banked Fleece offers extra warmth for cold days or is suitable for spring as a softshell for those warm slushy days. It’s been my main hoodie for the past year and still going strong.

Casual Industrees Broke Ribbon – $35

If you are a fan of PBR, look no further than Casual Industrees take on PBR with their classic broke ribbon t-shirt (also comes in a hoodie and crewneck).

Coal The Mallard – $30

This old school trucker hat has style. This hat is curduroy with custom embroidery and a printer liner. It’s definitely a hat that will stand out from the crowd.

iTunes Gift Card

Not sure what snowboard film or soundtrack your friends or family like? It’s easy, just get them an iTunes Gift Card and they can buy the latest shred films from Rome, Absinthe, Think Thank, Travis Rice or their favorite snowboard songs from the films.

Airblaster Hoodless Ninja Suit – $99

There are tons of layering options but the Airblaster ninja suit gives you full coverage in rad designs. You can get the hooded full version or the hoodless cut off version, either one gives you good comfort and layering on the mountain.

Roxy Blizzard Slippers – $34

When you take off your snowboard boots, slip into something comfortable for your feet. Roxy has the super cute Blizzard slippers for women with a cozy faux fur collar, liner and outsole. Plus you can wear them outside or inside.

What gifts are you giving your snowboard friends and family this season?

About the author


From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

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