Dakine’s wrist guards have a great ergonomic fit which means they are super comfortable as well as being able to be worn easily under your gloves. The aluminium support on the palm side is covered with neoprene and is held in place with a stretch body and adjustable velcro strap. A great gift for snowboarders, especially those in teh relaively early stages in their riding development.
These 80s inspired shades from Vans are no frills sunglasses that are made from durable polycarbonate and featureUV protective lenses alongside Vans’ classic styling.
WESC apply the same attention to detail to their headphone range as they do to their clothing. The result in the Conga is a great set of headphones with premium sound quality, sweet styling and and a built in hands-free mic so they can be used with your phone too. Currently at 50% OFF too – this is a great deal.
Want absolute confidence that however low you wear your ski panst they won’t come down? Sorted. The Armada Stage suspenders have extra long adjustment at the front and back to make sure there will be no wardrope malfunction this winter.
Burton’s Bullet Tool is a perfect gift for snowboarders. You never know when you might need to make a small tweak to your set up or if you just want to double check your bolted on solid beofre taking on a new line. The Bullet Tool is tried and tested – it’s lightweight, low profile and has all the attachements you might need.
Helly Hansen’s dry stripe crew is one of tne of the most recognisable base layers on the planet for good reason. Quick drying, light weight and super breathable – no wonder this is the top choice of thermal layering for athletes across all disciplines, not just snow-based ones either.
Bawbags have been involved in the world of snowsports since they began, and with their classic brand of humour blended with a commitment to quality – not to mention their charitable endeavours – they have long been the favourite boxer short of many a snowsports athlete.
Socks seem like a cliché choice of Christmas present for most – but we challenge you to find a skier of snowboarder that doesn’t relish new socks at teh start of the season. Good socks for riding in need to be comfy, supportive, quick drying and breathable. Often your feet are the key to a happy day on the mountain, so once you’ve got your boots sorted, don’t scrimp on the socks! The Burton Weekender (for men & women) fits the bill perfectly, and it’s a 2-pack which means less washing! Win, win!