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The EVO Snowboard Gear Sale 2019

Top 10 picks from EVO end-of-season sales

It’s that time of the year when all the bargainers and bargainesses wake up from their hibernation – end-of-season sales have begun! We’re all bummed about winter coming to an end, but don’t forget, we’ve had some great powder days in May as well (surely climate change isn’t a thing ey?). Well, whether it’s a new powder board or a nice bit of kit to go with your ninja-t-shirt look that you can rock during those slushy park sessions, we can assure you that you’ll find what you’re looking for when having a scroll through the snowboard spring sales. Whether you’re looking for something particular or just feel like treating yourself to something new, we can guarantee you that these spring-sales got you covered.

“It’s that time of the year when all the bargainers and bargainesses wake up from their hibernation – end-of-season sales have begun”

We’ve already given you the best of The Snowboard Asylum, Surfdome and Freeze Pro Shop Sales, making everyone living according to GMT happy. But not to worry, our friends who live on the other side of the pond (as in the Atlantic) will be thrilled to hear that next up we will give you the best of the best products EVO’s got to offer in their 2019 Snowboard Gear Sale.

Scroll down to find our top 10 picks from EVO’s end-of-season sale or use the links below to jump to a specific brand.

Adidas | Burton | DaKine | K2 | Nidecker | Oakley | Rome | Salomon | Union

Adidas Riding Snowboard Pants – $128.99 (Orig: $150.00

These skateboard inspired snowboard pants were pretty high up there with the most common snowpants seen up the mountain – or maybe they’re just so different from the rest of the pants that they always caught our eye. Anyhow, Adidas has made quite a solid foothold in the snowboard industry, and these pants are a good example of why. They’re comfy, they’re stylish and with their 10k waterproofing and breathability, they’ll keep you high and dry.

Check out our in-depth review of the Adidas Riding Pants here.

Get your Adidas Riding Pants from here!

Burton Jet Set Women’s Snowboard Jacket – $139.97 (Orig: $199.95)

This Burton best-selling women’s snowboard jacket is not the most technical one, but it combines style and function for super good value. It has both midweight insulation and is waterproof/breathable, and its Living Linings technique makes it adapt to temperatures – If you’re cold it keeps you warm, if you’re hot it allows for ventilation and prevents you from overheating. Go and get yourself one of these timeless Burton jackets, which you may as well wear off the slopes due to its feminine slim-fit cut.

Check out our in-depth review of the Burton Jet Set Women’s Snowboard Jacket here.

Get your Burton Jet Set Jacket from here!

Dakine Heli Pro 20L Backpack – $71.99 (Orig: $89.95)

Whether it’s for transporting beer and snacks or your backcountry kit, you’ll need a backpack. The Dakine Heli Pro Backpack works equally well for both while still keeping us looking quite decent while riding around with a backpack. This is a durable yet lightweight backpack, which makes it ideal for hiking, as you can clip your snowboard vertically to the front of the backpack. The Dakine Heli Pro backpack is the kind of “go-to” backpack we all need to have at least one off.

Check out our in-depth review of the Dakine Heli Pro 20L Backpack here. It’s even made it to our Prized Posession series.

Get your Dakine Heli Pro Backpack from here!

Dakine Impreza Snowboard Gloves – $32.99 (Orig: $54.95)

These light weight functional Dakine gloves are as ideal for slushy spring sessions as ketchup is for chips. The Gore-Tex Active membrane will keep your hands dry ventilated, so that they won’t bathe in sweat after just a few laps in the sun. They also have a 200g fleece liner, which allows you to wear them on colder days as well.

Check out our in-depth review of the Dakine Impreza Snowboard Gloves here.

Get your Dakine Impreza Gloves from here!

K2 Taro Tamai Snowsurfer Snowboard Boots – $389.97 (Orig: $499.95)

The K2 Taro Tamai Snowsurfer Boots are ideal for anyone who loves a bit of a softer flex but still appreciates all the technical features that make for a solid long-lasting boot. These boots make for a comfy ride throughout the day, with a super soft sole that also gives you a better feel for the board. They’ll also keep your toes from freezing with their SpaceHeating system in the liner, which basically allows for your natural body heat to reflect back and stay in the liner.

Check out our in-depth review of the K2 Taro Tamai Snowsurfer Snowboard Boots here.

Get your K2 Taro Tamai Snowsurfer Boots from here!

Nidecker Era Snowboard – $319.95 (Orig: $399.95)

Nidecker went all in when designing the Era Snowboard in collaboration with French artist Agathe Toma – this board looks absolutely rad! The Era is the only twin tip freestyle board in the Nidecker range, which makes it not only unique in its design but also in its structure. It’s a freestyle board you can take for a spin around the entire mountain, while enjoying every minute of it.

Check out our the full story behind the Nidecker Agathe Toman Collab here.

Get your Nidecker Era Snowboard from here!

Oakley Fall Line Snowboard Goggles – $128.99-$161.99 (Orig: $160.00-$200.00)

These goggles really do provide for great visibility, as you won’t be aware of the frames of the lens unless you really struggle to do so. The lens is cylindrical and also allows for a quick lens change system. Another great benefit with the Oakley Fall Line goggles is that they come with the Prizm lens, which is available in various different colours and literally does make everything much clearer, at least visibility wise.

Check out our in-depth review of the Oakley Fall Line Snowboard Goggles here.

Get your Oakley Fall Line Goggles from here!

Rome Gang Plank Snowboard – $309.97 (Orig: $469.99)

This all mountain board is truly as versatile as it gets. It’s flat camber in the middle combined with rocker in the nose and tail makes it an ideal choice for riding anything from rails to piste, without allowing you to catch an edge. The “Freepop Rocker” shape gives you a super versatile feel and response, with the flat part offering stability and the rockered nose and tail providing for a more playful ride than a solid flat board would. Rome Gang Plank is another great snowboard included in the WL100.

Check out our in-depth review of the Rome Gang Plank Snowboard here.

Get your Rome Gang Plank Snowboard from here!

Salomon Huck Knife Snowboard – $305.97 (Orig: $449.95)

With its responsive camber shape and medium flex the Salomon Huck Knife makes for a solid park board that allows you to hit anything from kickers to rails and side hits. It’s a definite freestyle board, with a true twin shape and the rocker sections at nose and tail helps for pressing any rails around. It’s no surprise this Salomon board made our WL100, so go ahead and have a look at the video review we made for it.

Check out our in-depth review of the Salomon Huck Knife Snowboard here.

Get your Salomon Huck Knife Snowboard from here!

Union Trilogy Women’s Snowboard Bindings – $224.96 (Orig: $249.95)

The Union Trilogy bindings combine comfort and tech like no other women’s bindings out there, so no wonder that they are the bindings a badass lady like Jess Kimura herself rides. Thanks to the overpadded ankle straps, multi-density thermoformed EVA bushings, and Ultragrip toe straps, you could literally wear these bindings to bed and sleep like a baby. The Union Trilogy bindings work in any and all conditions, which makes them a bulletproof choice for any girl out there.

Check out our in-depth review of the Union Trilogy Women’s Snowboard Bindings here. Which we unfortunately haven’t reviewed since 2010/2011, shame on us.

Get your Union Trilogy Women’s Bindings from here!


See the full range of EVO’s Snowboard Sale Items Here!


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