If the colder conditions are your thing and you’re more at home on the side of a mountain, we’ve got you covered. From boots and boards to bindings and bags, we’ve rounded up the 10 best snowboarding items you’ll be grateful for the next time you’re heading to the slopes.
The PLY snowboard by DC is the best board to get your hands on if you’re a beginner or even an intermediate. It’s suitable for all mountain and freestyle with a 3-degree bevelled edge making this board a little more forgiving to ride. The PLY is ideal for a rider who wants to progress or a park rider who prefers a low maintenance and flexible board.
Salomon Pulse Snowboard – £249.99
Suited to all abilities due to the flat-out camber and directional twin shape. Packed with premium tech but at a price that won’t break the bank. Complete with a bite free finish for a catch free ride.
Salomon Faction Snowboard Boots – £169.99
Suitable for all mountains and perfect for someone who’s learning to snowboard. Super durable and easy to adjust, these Salomon Faction boots add a dampening feel when riding for a better ride. Duel Zone locking technology allows you to adjust the lower and upper section of the boot separately for the best and most comfortable fit.
Union Flite Pro Snowboard Bindings – £139.99
These are classic bindings by Union designed for riders at any ability on the slopes. They have forward leans adjustments and multi-positional toe straps so you can change them to suit your style. They have a 4/10 flex which is super forgiving, giving you a loose and surfy feel. The STR uses a universal disk which is compatible with 4X4, 2X4 and channel mounting systems.
Bonfire Vector Insulated Snow Jacket – £169.99
Stay dry and warm whilst you’re on the mountains. This jacket by Bonfire is made from top quality fabrics and constructed with 15k waterproofing and 10k breathability so you can stay on the slopes for longer. You won’t overheat due to mesh back pit vents that can be opened with the one hand pull system. Critically taped seems will stop the freeze from seeping in and the full stretch powder skirt has jacket to pant compatibility that works across other brands too.
Bonfire Tactical Snow Pant – £150.00
Packed with comfort and all-round style to get you raring to go. These Bonfire snow pants have 15k waterproofing and 10k breathability with mesh-lined inseam vents which will keep you cool when you turn up the heat. Other technical features include belt loops, boot gaiters and hooks and articulated knees for long lasting wear. Non-bulky and will protect you from snow, rain and wind.
SnoKart Snowboard Bag – £129.99
Multi-purpose and full of features, this board roller by SnoKart has enough room for you to stash away everything you need for your next snowboarding trip. It’s large enough to take all your kit but easy enough to roll around and carry. It’s fully waterproof and padded to keep your belongings safe. It’ll carry snowboards up to 170cm to make your trip a whole lot easier.
Dragon DX2 Snow Goggles – £59.99
These Dragon goggles are best for slightly cloudy and sunny days and have a super durable polyurethane frame that will stay flexible no matter what the temperature is. The lens has an anti-scratch coating and a Lumalens Red Ionized Technology for enhanced colour and reduced eye fatigue. Complete with hypoallergenic microfleece lining for extra comfort and will wick away moisture.
The best combination of skis and bindings for intermediate riders. These skis have a park rocker profile, sintered S7 base and a 2.2 impact edge. Constructed from both Poplar and Ash and is twin in shape so you can ride in both directions. Soft enough for jibbing but stiff and responsive for those more serious technical lines.
Need to take your kit up the mountain? Keep it stored in this Picture Organic snow backpack made from 50% recycled polyester. It has an internal pocket to keep your goggles protected and a padded hip-belt and back panel for added comfort. Perfect for your next snow trip as there’s adjustable ski and snowboard and shovel holder. You can also use it off the slopes as there’s enough room for a 15″ laptop.