11 Perfect Christmas Gifts Under $100 for the Snowboarders in Your Life

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Gift giving can be stressful sometimes. Especially during the holidays. You have a long list of loved ones to shop for. And if you’re not living in the same household as they are, you are truly clueless of what to get them. One thing you do know is that he/she loves to snowboard.

Don’t worry your precious head, we got the gift list you need to put a smile on your loved one’s face this holiday season.

1) Powder High Winter Beanie and Facemask: $32 for the duo

Help a loved one out by keeping his/her head and face from freezing over this winter. A Powder High beanie and face mask will help. Get them here.

Powder High Winter Beanie and Facemask: $32 for the duo

2) Project 96 Vacuum Insulated Water Bottle: $28

Hydration is key to making sure your snowboarder or skier gets to ride the slopes ‘til closing time. And what better way to quench your thirst than drinking a cold brew. This steel vacuum insulated water bottle can keep hot beverages up to 6 Hours, and keeps cold drinks up to 12 hours. The best part? They donate a portion of the revenue to help keep our oceans clean. Get it here.

3) Mpow Flame Waterproof Bluetooth Earbuds with Mic: $24

If you’re like me, music can make or break your sesh. And wearing the wrong kind of earbuds or headphones can really mess with your mojo. This wireless earbuds can give you 7-9 hours of non-stop, heart-pumping music to keep you going throughout the day. And it takes less than 2 hours to fully charge. Get it here.

4) Gonex 45L Travel Duffel, Gym Sports Luggage Bag Water-Resistant Many Pockets: $36

If your guy or gal spends time at the gym to keep their stamina up, their core ready, and their legs strong to hit the jumps, then this gym bag is the perfect gift. Also perfect as a weekender bag for short trips to the mountains. Get it here.

5) Gaiam Evolve Balance Board: $68

Don’t hit the gym much, but still want to work on your stability and strength? Then this balance board is perfect. You can even use it while working at your desk job. Go on, work on your fitness while you work on making money. Get it here.

 

6) Powder High Stacked Snapback: $30

When the days are cold and the nights are freezing, most people think about jackets, sweaters, insulated pants. But many forget to cover up their nuggins. Get your head stylin’ with a new snapback and tell the world what you get high off of - that fresh white pow. More colorways available here.

7) Demon Podium Ski Snowboard Tune Kit with Iron and Premium Universal Wax Kit: $90

This kit has everything you’ll need to get started waxing and tuning your own skis/snowboards at a Podium level! Get it here.

8) StoreYourBoard Snowboard Multi Wall Storage Rack: $70

Tired of having your kids snowboards or skis just lying around on your garage floor? Or is it taking up space in the coat closet? Why not hang them on your wall for display? Now that’s multi-purpose! Get it here.

9) Powder & Trees Black Hoodie Sweater: $50

With winter storms comes fresh powder. Get out from the open, slay some untouched pow, and don't forget the trees. Stay warm in our black hooded sweater lined with fleece to keep you toasty and warm. Don’t know what size to get? Just order your own size, pray the winter gods it fits him/her. If it doesn’t, you can suggest you keep it until they can finally fit in it. Win/win, right? Get it here.

10) Dragon Alliance X2 Ski Goggles: $100

Look sharp as you hit the runs down your favorite mountain in this frameless goggles. It features a Frameless Lens Technology with Swiftlock, making it super easy to swap out the lenses. Plus, it comes with a bonus lens! Who doesn’t like free stuff? Get it here.

11) Powder High Slang Man’s Tee: $25

You might know them as the path you take riding through freshies, shredding moguls, or taking park laps and hitting features. Slang just sounds better! New design for 2018. Get it here.

There you have it, folks - 11 Holiday gifts you can buy for your snowboarder/skier without burning a hole in your pocket. And you’re welcome!


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