This week’s prize is an absolute ripper.
While The Snow Gauge is a skier he dips his lid to the snowboarding brethren out there and has managed to get hold of a TechNine T-Money Tie Dye snowboard through our good friends at Wilderness Sea N’ Ski, Liverpool. The RRP is a lazy $549.
More on the board in a minute but I want to tell you a quick story about why you should be supporting Wilderness Sea N’ Ski if you live in Sydney’s west, south or anywhere else for that matter.
We’ve had the flights, punched out a bit of technical gear over the last month so- now for something completely different.
This week our good friends at Rossignol have provided us with a travel pack that includes a brief case boot bag and wheelie bag.
It’s as simple as subscribing to win at The Snow Gauge.
It’s a real pleasure to be able to giveaway an XTM jacket this week as well as offer up two pairs of gloves in The Snow Gauge’s bonus Instagram promotion.
The goods are great (read on for a little more detail) but the fact it’s direct from an Aussie company should make you feel warm and fuzzier still.
And not just any Australian company but one that has a significant track record in helping our athletes, the environment and those less fortunate than most of us who get to enjoy skiing and snowboarding.
It’s been a cold winter so far. How cold? Temperatures tipping -8 at Thredbo Top Station some nights; days where it’s felt like -15 out on the hill with windchill; and it hasn’t busted 0 degrees at Mt Hotham since June 20.
These are the times you could use a heated Avade baselayer; not to mention those chilly overseas trips to Japan, Alberta and all those other cold arse places you head to during the northern winter.
Fortunately we have two of these beauties to give away this week for our subscribers.
Look sharp. Win this Quiksilver jacket this week. All you have to do is subscribe to The Snow Gauge!
I’ll give you one good reason you have to subscribe to The Snow Gauge newsletter and win this super slick Quiksilver Raft jacket* this week.
I don’t have anything against the German supermarket chain. In fact I even wrote this story about them one time.
Sure, you go in to buy some bread and end up purchasing a marine safety kit and some traffic cones but that’s just part of the fun eh!
I think it’s great that you can get yourself some well-priced ski and snow kit (for one day a year or or until sold out) but ask yourself this: Do I really want to look like the 8,762 other people who have bought exactly the same thing when you get on the chairlift?