Mountain to Sound Outfitters
It’s that time of the year again! The season for making holiday wish lists. We asked the Mountain to Sound staff what they would pick if they could have anything they wanted from the store. This is what they had to say. If you need more recommendations for the skier or snowboarder in your life, come see us. We love to talk about skiing and snowboarding.
Rosie & Rossignol Hero Heated Boot Bag
According to Rosie, the Rossignol Hero Heated Boot Bag is ideal for the new COVID normal where your car is your locker room. Imagine arriving at the resort parking lot on a cold day and effortlessly sliding you feet into warm boots! Rosie likes the generous gear pockets, the space for a helmet and that the bag can be charged at home or in your car. The bag even has space for a second set of boots for your pod-mate, making you a hero for the day.
Shannon & Flylow Puma Jacket with Bonfire Master 2L Bib Pants
Shannon has the Flylow Puma Jacket and the Bonfire Master 2L Bib Pants on her wish list for their versatility. She says that they fit well on curvy women and that they will look good with all of your brightly colored accessories. She appreciates that the Puma jacket is equally at home on the slopes as it is on a rainy Seattle day of running errands. She also loves the look, comfort and stretch of the Bonfire bibs.
Rachel & Lib Tech EJack Knife Snowboard
According to Rachel, the Lib Tech EJack Knife Snowboard is at the top of her holiday wish list. She says that it would be a great step up from her current board and that it looks super fun to ride. In addition, she’s read many reviews and has heard nothing but good things about it. If she had the board, she’d head straight to Mt. Baker to go super fast and ride big lines.
Jessie & BCA Link Two-Way Radio and Smith I/O MAG Goggles
Jessie has recently moved to Seattle and is looking forward to exploring the backcountry terrain in the Pacific Northwest. He has the BCA Link Two-Way Radio on his list because good communication with his skiing partners is one important way to increase safety in the backcountry. In addition, he likes the Smith I/O MAG Goggles because they have two lens options that are easy to change and because the curved lenses give him a more natural view of his new state.