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Whether you are writing a list of presents to buy or writing your own Christmas list, we thought a little inspiration might help. We asked our Ski team what they were hoping to find under the Christmas tree on 25 December. This is what they said...
Epic pass – the ultimate ski pass if you want to ski stateside and again in Europe this winter. Provides unlimited access to selected resorts across North America including Vail and Beaver Creek and also includes five days in Verbier, St. Anton and now Les 3 Vallées, France. Ski as much as you want, whenever you want and the pass pays for itself in just six days. But hurry, this pass must be purchased before 06 December. More
Maloja ski gear – a truly refreshing, innovative and stylish mountain sports brand has hit the UK and is creating quite a buzz. If you're looking for eye catching clothing able to perform in the toughest of conditions then this could be the brand for you. This men’s high end, 3-layer Gore Text jacket is a must have for skiers or boarders looking for style and performance in equal measure. More
Bollé ecrins sunglasses - super lightweight performance sunnies that give a consistently clear view and stay on your head. Perfect for those bluebird powder days. More
Wipeout lens cloths - this clever invention solves the problem of paper piste maps that rip easily, become soggy or are impossible to open with gloves or in a strong wind. Piste maps are printed onto the cloth you wipe your glasses or goggles lens with, giving you a waterproof, easily stored foldable map that doubles as a lens cleaner. Genius! More
Make an entrance with a paragliding experience – this won’t exactly fit in your stocking but is a memorable gift for someone with a head for heights, a sense of adventure and a love of good food. Called the “Grand Entrance” this is a paragliding flight from the top of the Rothorn in Zermatt, landing in front of the terrace of either Fluhalp or Chez Vrony to a round of applause, just in time for lunch. Prices start from CHF150 with Alpine Adventures Zermatt Paragliding. More
Lifeproof iPhone case – designed to military specification and claiming to be waterproof, dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof, these cases are fully enclosed to keep melting snow, ice and sleet out. We like the fantastic range of funky colours available. More
Faux fur snood – Mummies need a little something nice in their stocking too. Not just for the slopes of St Moritz and Courchevel 1850, this is an essential ski accessory! More
North Face E-tip gloves - wave good bye to cold hands when you have to make call or send a text on the slopes with these clever gloves. The North Face have added a warm, waterproof shell glove to their coveted Etip Glove to create this new two-in-one gloves which have a special coating on the thumb and index finger to comfortably work your phone. More
A Helly Hansen W Sunrise Jacket - this gorgeous ladies ski jacket has been carefully designed using Helly Hansen’s H2Flow technology which will helps regulate your body temperature in any conditions. The fur trimmed hood adds a lovely luxurious touch. More
A Scott Dunn holiday - click here to enter a competition to win a holiday to the Dolomites with our partner South Tyrol…. More
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