Gift Basket Ideas for Snowboarders and Skiers (Part IV)


SAXX Cannonball 2N1 Swim Short

Thanks to the trademarked BallPark Pouch, Saxx’s boxer briefs might just be the most comfortable ever. The package-pampering benefits go to these breathable mesh-lined swim shorts which come in seven styles, making them perfect for a relaxing dip in the hot tub after a long shred session.

Airblaster Classic Ninja Suit

This uber-comfortable onesie makes first layering easy while boasting a host of smart-fit features. Key features are four-way stretch AirTech fabric, a seven-panel form-fitting hood, thumb loops, full-length front zip and a 350-degree waist zip to make all of nature’s calls easy.

California Cowboy High Sierra Shirt

Beyond its good looks and charm, the High Sierra is filled with clever, après-friendly features. Think a sunglass loop, thermal lining, a dry pocket, a bottle opener, a locker loop for gloves and the coup de grâce: a labeled extra pocket in the back for stashing anything, including an extra beer. It comes in eight colorways.

Snow goggles are a must when skiing or snowboarding.

Smith 4D MAG Snow Goggles

Smith has long been a frontrunner in the goggle game, and this high-quality product lives up to the name. Spherical Chromapop lenses with Birdseye Vision offer a huge field of view. AirEvac tech stops fogging and a magnet-based system makes changing lenses to accommodate changing light conditions simpler than it’s ever been.

Epic Pass

The price might seem high, but for the avid boarder or skier who likes to travel, it’s really a bargain. After all, the Epic Pass offers access to over 40 North American ski areas, such as Heavenly, Vail, Whistler-Blackcomb, Park City, Sun Valley, and Stowe, as well as 21 resorts in Italy, France, Switzerland and 10 in Japan. If you are the sort of person who loves to hit the slopes frequently enough, this pass will pay for itself by January.