Gifts for Skiers

Ideas for the ski bums on your list

Smith Grom youth goggles $65: Alpine Haus, Spokane

Finally, a youth goggle featuring all the technical aspects and style of the adult version, but with an affordable price tag perfect for the little ripper on your list.

DryGuy GreenHEAT $30: Wintersport, Spokane

This two-in-one essential can be used as a heat source and charge your mobile device. Don't get caught on the mountain this winter with a dead battery and cold hands.

Lenz heated ski socks $300: The Sports Creel, Spokane Valley

This heated sock with a low-profile design will fit perfectly in your ski or snowboard boots, or in your fishing waders on a cold fall morning. The socks are Bluetooth-enabled, allowing you to control the heat setting via an app on your mobile device.

Gordini StashLite gloves or mitts $35: Escape Outdoors, Coeur d'Alene

Featuring lightweight material, durable construction and an attractive price point, these gloves or mitts will make the perfect gift for the snow lover in your life. They stash away in the cuff for easy storage when space is of the utmost importance.

Voile DIY Split Kit $150 ($350 installed): The Ski Shack, Hayden, Idaho

An easy, do-it-yourself kit to convert your snowboard into a backcountry split board. Don't want to do it yourself? The Ski Shack can tackle that project and install it for you.

Lift Flask $10:

This company developed the idea on the chairlifts at Schweitzer. It measures out either half-ounce or quarter-ounce shots, so there's no risk of drinking too much or not getting enough.

Ski pillow $79: Alpine Shop, Sandpoint

These decorative pillows will complement any living room couch, whether in town, at the lake cabin or the ski condo. Choose from multiple ski- and winter-inspired designs.♦

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Jen Forsyth

Jen Forsyth is the editor of the Snowlander series.