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2018 Gifts For The Snow Rider

In today´s gift recommendations, we’ve curated some cool options to ensure you look good and perform well on the slopes. The list features equipment for protection, communication or simply having fun on your radical descents. These products cater to every Snow Rider´s want list.

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SMALL FOOT | INFLATABLE SNOWSHOES | Image

SMALL FOOT | INFLATABLE SNOWSHOES

The Small Foot Inflatable Snowshoes are perfect for traveling light on snow. Rather than carrying around bulky snowshoes, these things are perfect when you’re in the backwoods snowboarding or skiing and are trying to make your away across some deep powder. Another plus is they hardly take up any room when deflated, simply fold them away into the included carry pouch. When you need to use them, just blow them up with the included pump and strap them to your normal ...
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QUARTERTWENTY SKATEBOARDS

Matthew Bietz from QuarterTwenty designs and builds projects at a variety of scales including furniture, installations, buildings, and these beautiful skateboards. Working from his Seattle studio, Matthew designs custom skateboards made from baltic birch and recycled formica. The decks have a bright, no fade permanent color, and feature an original, ergonomic 3 finger handhold for easy carry. via Matthew is currently taking custom orders fr...
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KETTLE GRYP

Kettle Gryp is a genius solution, a handle that turns dumbbells into kettlebells! When travelling, hotel gym´s normally only have dumbbells, but if you like working out with kettlebells, this smartly-designed add on turns ordinary dumbbells into kettlebells in seconds. Simply clamp the latching mechanism around a dumbbell handle, snap the latch closed, and get to swinging. It weighs less than a pound, and is small enough to pack in a suitcase. watch the video below...
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