Snowboard Outerwear 2009 - Mens Snowboard Package

This rundown of the coolest 2009 Snowboard Outerwear is one of our style tips for all you boarders, because we know how important it is to have gear which you can be proud of and which you will be pissed about losing. All of this snowboard outerwear together creates a very sporty mens snowboard package.

Lets face it, Spy goggles like these 2009 Spy Omega Snowboard Goggles have the coolest colorways plus cutting edge features that will keep you hitting the mountain without having to defog and are a great way to start a mens snowboard package. 2009 Spy Omega Snowboard Goggles feature a Scoop Ventilation System that Eliminates lens fogging, 100 percent UV protection, Triple-layer face foam that ensures a comfortable, dry fit, and a Polycarbonate dual lens system with anti-fog and anti-scratch protection. You can buy these Spy Goggles for a price of $135. Spy


Unless you boarding during spring break in Vail, you're going to want a warm jacket like the Burton Strapped Down Jacket. The relaxed-fit Burton Men’s Strapped Down Jacket seals you in Dryride Durashell fabric and snorkel hood, so you can go deep and stay dry. Stash your pass in the see-through sleeve, zip the waist gaiter to your Burton pants, and breach uncharted territory. Burton’s combination of engineered goose down and strategically placed Thermacore insulation keep you cozy and fully mobile—crucial when you’re reaching for a grab. This Burton menswear jacket also features a wire-framed hood that you can shape to fully shield your face from blizzards. You can buy this Burton Jacket a price of $289. Burton Menswear.


For Snowboard pants you're going to want to pick up a pair of these 686 Smarty Original Cargo Snowboard Pants. 686 Men's Smarty Original Cargos are the pants that started it all and represent the true quality of 686 snowboard clothing. Highly waterproof breathable materials and fully taped seams ensure you stay dry, no matter your riding style. These loose snowboard pants include a tall fit for lankier dudes or park monkeys who like to sag. They also include a removable fleece track pant liner for extra warmth on the hill or casual comfort on the car ride home. Men's 686 smarty original cargo styling gives you pockets for your tool, ID, and pass, plus a hidden zip stash pocket comes in handy for backcountry safety meetings. Large vents add climate control, and adjustable cuff-saver hems and Cordura panels ensure the Smarty Originals will continue to set the bar for seasons to come. You can buy these 686 Smarty Snowboard Pants for a price of $200 - $210.

September 12, 2008 4:32 PM | Snowboarding

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