Good accessories, from the goggles that help you see clearly on a gray day, to the gloves that keep your hands warm serve to enhance your snowboarding experience. So don’t worry, we wouldn’t leave you hangin’ with just part 1 of 2013 snowboard accessories.We have even more mitts, goggles and helmets that are essential for you to spend more hours on hill riding (and protecting your lid).
For more 2014 gear, pick up the November issue of SNOWBOARDER on newsstands or in digital format.
For more from these brands:
Analog Acme Mitt – www.analogclothing.com
Burton Women’s Gore-Tex Glove – www.burton.com
Dakine Tracer Mitt – www.dakine.com
Dragon NFX – www.dragonalliance.com
Dye CLK Aaron Biittner Pro Model – www.dyesnow.com
Giro Blok Goggle – www.giro.com
Oakley Torstein Signature Series Canopy goggle – www.oakley.com
Protec Riot – www.pro-tec.com
Vonzipper El Kabong – Shift into Neutral and Vonzipper Beefy – Black Satin – www.vonzipper.com
For more Tech Tuesdays:
2014 Accessories – part 1
2014 Boots and Bindings
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