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5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Ski and Snowboard Lovers

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This is a collaborative post.

Approaching the best part of the ski season means it’s a great time to get a few new bits for your gear. The first snow has already reached the European peaks so they are all ready for the season. I think all winer sport lovers are getting very excited and looking forward to their next trip. Getting your gear ready for the season is not only a necessary – but serves safety reasons too, so when it’s time to invest into a new pair of ski goggles or new pair of ski boots – then it’s best to buy a quality item which could last for the years to come. If you have a ski or snowboard lover in your life – this list makes a great gift lift too – and Christmas is around the corner anyway!

Ski Goggles

Ski Goggles make a great gift, they are very presentable –  and useful! The best goggles are now perform well in bright or overcast conditions when skiing. Look out for the ones with Zeiss lenses because they ensure crystal clear vision all day long.

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Ski Socks

They make perfect stocking fillers as well as fun! Ski socks combining technology (like reducing foot fatigue and providing ergonomic support) with some fun element – like a cool pattern make a great gift.

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Ski Helmet

Probably the most important part of your gear after your actual skis or snowboards – the helmet is very important to protect your head. Just like any part of your gear it can totally reflect your taste and personality, as there are so many designs are available.

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Neck Warmers and Hats

Another stocking filler and a way to make your outfit warmer. Lots of them can be used as a scarf, headband or even balaclava, making them a very versatile item.

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Ski Jumpers

Although these days they are not exactly just simple sweaters or thick woollen jumpers – you still need a mid layer under your ski jacket!  The can be thermals, fleeces or knitted material as long as they keep you warm.

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