Gear Feature

The Snowboard Asylum Snowboard Gear Sale 2019

The best deals the head honchos of UK snowboarding have to offer

How is it March already? We’ve still got our halloween decorations up for Christs sake. That actually might say more about us than the passage of time, but hey ho. Either way March is a bangin’ month, you’ve got the ultimate excuse to drink beer for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, St Patricks Day. March is also home to the biggest culinary event of the year, Pancake Day. But most importantly March marks the beginning of Spring, aka the start of the end of season sales.

“Go on, have a peek, fill ya boots son”

You’ve been eyeing up that board since November, and it’s time to take the plunge. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best offers The Snowboard Asylum has going on to make things even easier for you, it’s 2019 who wants to trawl the world wide web themselves? Go on, have a peek, fill ya boots son.

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

Anon | Burton | DC | GNU | Nidecker | NOW | Salomon | Slash | Smith

Anon Raider Snowboard Helmet – £48.75 (Orig: £65.00)

Anon Raider 2018/2019

A sweet skate style lid to keep your noggin nice and safe. Under £50 what more could you ask for?

Check out our in-depth review of the Anon Raider Snowboard Helmet here

Burton AK Cyclic Snowboard Jacket – £284.00 (Orig: £355.00)

Burton AK Cyclic Jacket 2018/2019

If you fancy looking like a giant olive, or even if you really like good, waterproof jackets then this AK number from Burton has got you covered. Fully taped seams, and a 2 layer Gore-Tex keeps you snug and dry no matter what Mother Nature is chucking your way.

Check out our in-depth review of the Burton AK Cyclic Snowboard Jacket here

Burton Lexa Snowboard Bindings – £184.00 (Orig: £230.00)

Burton Lexa 2018/2019

The Lexa is already an iconic women’s binding, and it just keeps getting better each season. The milled out ankle strap makes getting your foot in and out crazy easy, and the strap itself is really malleable so it moulds around your boot instead of creating pressure points over the top of the foot.

Check out our in-depth review of the Burton Lexa Snowboard Bindings here

DC Vida Snowboard Pants – £115.50 (Orig: £165.00)

DC Womens Vida Pant

The Vida pant has DC’s stylish slim leg cut, paired with 15K waterproofing. Perfect for trying to complete your all black errrythang ninja look, or if you’ve got a lairy eyesore for a jacket.

GNU Ladies Choice Snowboard – £349.99 (Orig: £499.99)

Gnu Ladies Choice 2018/2019

Simply put, the Ladies Choice is one of the best snowboards we’ve have ever had the pleasure of strapping in to. It’s the perfect companion for razzing around on any and every hill you encounter, it’s gigantically poppy, ultra responsive, insanely fast and enormously fun. With this price, you probably want to buy 2.

Check out our in-depth review of the GNU Ladies Choice Snowboard here

Nidecker Elle Snowboard – £171.75 (Orig: £229.00)

Nidecker Ella 2018/2019

The Elle is a smashing board for a smashing price, mellow enough for a beginner but with enough life that it can happily take on the whole mountain.

Check out our in-depth review of the Nidecker Elle Snowboard here

NOW IPO Snowboard Bindings – £166.50 (Orig: £185.00)

NOW IPO 2018/2019

The IPO is perfect for those looking for a versatile snowboard binding with a playful all mountain feel. The Kingpin acts as a fulcrum and transfers all the energy directly into the bushings, essentially delivering more response with less effort. Less work, more fun? I’m into it.

Salomon Huck Knife Snowboard – £292.50 (Orig: £390.00)

Salomon Huck Knife 2018/2019

The Huck Knife is a freestyle weapon, utilising Salomon’s badass Quad Camber profile this little beauty is gonna deliver pop by the bucketload. If you’re looking to jump, slash, slide and job your way round the mountain, then grab yourself one of these sick puppies and it’ll have your back from first park laps to last beers.

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

Slash Happy Place Snowboard – £288.15 (Orig: £339.00)

Slash Happy Place 2018/2019

The Happy Place is aptly named- it does exactly what it says on the tin. Get one of these bobby dazzlers and you won’t regret it. (Disclaimer- promises made on the internet don’t count in a court of law)

Smith I/OX Snowboard Goggles – £150.00 (Orig: £200.00)

Coming with 2 lenses this Smith badboy is already good bang for your buck, add a cheeky 25% discount into the mix and it’s practically daylight robbery.

Check out our in-depth review of the Smith I/OX Snowboard Goggles here

See the full range of The Snowboard Asylum’s Sale Items Here

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