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Stocking Stuffers – Holiday Gift Guide 2016

Photos: Chris Wellhausen

This gifting season, after you place your boots by the fire and hang your socks to dry, we hope you return to find them stuffed with loads of gear and holiday cheer. We rounded up some of our favorite goodies worth giving, from Coal beanies and Revert socks to Under Armour base layers, Neff gloves, and Crab Grab snowboard accessories, among other great gift ideas. These presents might be small enough to fit inside an oversized sock, but they’ll put a monster smile on any snowboarder’s face.

Click through the gallery above to see our top picks for stocking stuffers this season.

Crab Grab Mini Claws ($11), Crab Trap ($16), Phone Traction ($12), Binding Bag ($30), Skate Rails ($12) – Slippery topsheets can be a hassle in steep terrain. So can slippery phones on car dash boards, missing grabs mid-air, and having to stash everything in your jacket. Crab Grab gear can solve all those problems.
Crab Grab Mini Claws ($11), Crab Trap ($16), Phone Traction ($12), Binding Bag ($30), Skate Rails ($12) – Slippery topsheets can be a hassle in steep terrain. So can slippery phones on car dash boards, missing grabs mid-air, and having to stash everything in your jacket. Crab Grab gear can solve all those problems.
Coal Headwear ($22-38) – The gift of Coal isn’t exactly punishment when it comes in the form of a fine acrylic knit cap. Everyone loves a new beanie, and Coal makes ridiculously comfortable headwear in a plethora of styles for all personalities.
Coal Headwear ($22-38) – The gift of Coal isn’t exactly punishment when it comes in the form of a fine acrylic knit cap. Everyone loves a new beanie, and Coal makes ridiculously comfortable headwear in a plethora of styles for all personalities.
Airhole Facemasks ($24-50) – An Airtube or Balaclava with an air hole to breathe through not only helps keep you warm, but also reduces the chances of facemask fabrics freezing and goggles fogging. They come in many different textures and densities, pack easily into pockets when not needed, and fit underneath helmets.
Airhole Facemasks ($24-50) – An Airtube or Balaclava with an air hole to breathe through not only helps keep you warm, but also reduces the chances of facemask fabrics freezing and goggles fogging. They come in many different textures and densities, pack easily into pockets when not needed, and fit underneath helmets.

To view the full 2016 Holiday Gift Guide, click here.