If you are going snowboarding, you need the right clothing to keep you warm and dry. We have everything you need for snowboarding and carry a huge selection of men's, women's, and kids' snowboard jackets, pants, tech fleece, and mid-layers. For your convenience here is a list of essential snowboarding outerwear you need before you head up to the mountains:
Base layer: A base layer is the first layer of clothing that you wear next to your skin. It should be made of a moisture-wicking material, such as polyester, to help keep you dry and comfortable.
Mid layer: A mid layer is worn over the base layer to provide additional warmth. It can be made of a variety of materials, such as fleece or synthetic insulation. We have a huge selection of tech fleece for your mid layers.
Outer layer: The outer layer is the outermost layer of clothing that you wear. It should be made of a waterproof and windproof material to protect you from the elements.
Gloves: Gloves are essential for keeping your hands warm and dry. They should be made of a waterproof and windproof material, and they should have a good grip to help you hold onto your snowboard.
Hat: A hat is essential for keeping your head warm. It should be made of a thick, warm material, such as fleece or nylon.
Goggles: Goggles are essential for protecting your eyes from the sun, snow, and wind. They should be made of a shatterproof lens, and they should have a good fit to prevent them from fogging up.
Neck gaiter or balaclava: A neck gaiter is a tube-shaped piece of fabric that can be worn around your neck to keep you warm. It is also useful for keeping your face warm and dry. A balaclava will provide more warmth.
Sunscreen: Sunscreen is essential for protecting your skin from the sun's harmful rays. It should be applied to all exposed skin, including your face, neck, and hands.
Lip balm: Lip balm is essential for keeping your lips hydrated and protected from the cold.
Water bottle: It is important to stay hydrated while snowboarding, so a water bottle is essential.
Snacks: Snacks are also a good idea to have on hand, especially if you are going to be snowboarding for a long period of time.
This is just a basic list of essential snowboard clothing. You may need to add or remove items depending on the weather conditions and your personal preferences.