Are your boots a little packed out or is your puffer losing its puff? Look no further than Backcountry’s biggest winter sale to upgrade your snowboarding gear. That’s right, Full Send February is on and so are discounts up to 50% off snowboards, jackets, boots, accessories, and so much more. Backcountry is the go-to online retailer for all things adventure. (It is the GOAT.) And for a limited time only, you can snag some of these snowboarding essentials for less and ride the rest of the season in style.
Throughout the winter season, we keep a running list of our snowboarding gear that’s wearing out. Then, we wait until the sales hit to replace items one by one. Thanks to Backcountry’s Full Send February the waiting is over, and we all have some shopping to do. To help, we clicked through the sale and are sharing our 18 favorite deals below.
1. Pieps Micro BT Avalanche Safety Set
This set includes Pieps’s smallest, lightest beacon, an electronic probe, and an extendable avalanche shovel with C-shaped handle for backcountry touring.
2. Jones Snowboards Dream Catcher Splitboard – Women’s
The playful splitboard of Jennifer’s dreams has a bold mountain graphic and medium flex. It boasts a balance of pop and responsive carves to play all day in the backcountry or uphill at the resort.
3. Capita Defenders of Awesome Snowboard
The entire line, including this flagship, is made in Austria in a 100%-clean-energy facility. This board can take you from the park to powder and back with medium flex, true twin shape, and just enough pop.
4. Backcountry Access Field Book
Printed on moisture-resistant paper, this journal keeps all your snow observations smudge-free and organized. It comes from the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) and complies with American Avalanche Association Snow Weather and Avalanche Guidelines to help you and your crew stay safe in the winter wilderness.
5. Pret Helmets Lyric Helmet – Women’s
If you’ve owned your helmet for five years, it’s due for a replacement. This helmet has a cozy, comfortable inner lining that wicks moisture. Plus the ear covers are removable for warm riding and compatible with wired and wireless audio systems.
6. Ortovox Haute Route 32L Backpack
Named after the iconic European tour, this day-trip pack is ideal for backcountry training. It features a separate compartment specifically designed to hold an avalanche safety probe and shovel. What makes it stand out is the O-Flex back panel that moves with you up and down the mountain.
7. Spy Bravo Happy Lens Goggles
See clearly with the color-enhancing and anti-fog Happy Lens, available in a range of shades for a quick switch. Plus, the Flex Frame creates a pressure-free fit and is helmet compatible.
8. Oakley Flight Deck Prizm Goggles
Channel Top Gun wearing these jet pilot-inspired goggles and get a whole new perspective on the mountain. The Prizm lens makes the colors pop and improves visibility and triple-layered foam keeps them comfortable and snug.
9. Union Force Snowboard Binding
Arguably the workhorse of the snowboard binding world, these lightweight bindings are made to ride 100+ days a season. They have medium flex and will take you all over the mountain, from park to technical lines.
10. Union Trilogy Snowboard Binding – Women’s
These lightweight bindings seamlessly transition from pow laps to park jumps and back again. The Trilogy Duraflex ST highback combines responsive heelside support and lateral mobility. What stands out is the super-plush ankle strap that wraps around your boot and banishes painful pressure points.
11. Arc’teryx Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket – Men’s
This is our go-to mid-layer whether we’re walking around the city, ski town, or prepping for a frigid day on the slopes. The lightweight and breathable fabric comes in a handful of fun colors and subdued neutrals, and the sale price varies based on hue.
Up To 31% Off
12. Arc’teryx Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket – Women’s
The women’s version has a slimmer silhouette in the same lightweight and breathable fabric. The sale includes several fun colors and subdued neutrals.
Up To 31% Off
13. Petzl Swift RL Headlamp
Who needs official night-skiing runs when you have a 900-lumens lamp to light your way? It features Reactive Lighting, which automatically adjusts brightness based on distance.
14. Airblaster Merino Wool Ninja Suit – Men’s
Streamline your base layer with this bold onesie. The merino wool will keep you warm and cozy from head to ankle, with no gaps to let any snow or cold air through.
15. G3 Splitboard + Universal Climbing Skin
Made of nylon, these splitboard skins are versatile and balance of the grip needed for cold, dry conditions and glide in wetter climates. The tip and tail secure easily to the splitboard. Plus, the refined G3 skin adhesive reduces glopping over time for season after season of backcountry exploration.
16. Vans Aura Pro Boa Snowboard Boot – Men’s
These are a versatile all-mountain boot that works with you while you’re riding. The dual-zone boa lacing ensures a speedy and perfect fit in the lodge or in the mountain. Not to mention, the heat moldable insoles create a personalized fit and Smartwool liner optimizes toe temps. (Also, we’d never recommend buying a boot without trying it on first so get to a store IRL before ordering.)
17. Nitro Crown TLS Snowboard Boot – Women’s
This boot is at home in the park, through the rails and jump lines, but it’s just as comfortable carving steeps. The Twin speedlacing system and thermo-moldable liner locks in the perfect fit every time, and an internal harness supports the heel. (Also, we’d never recommend buying a boot without trying it on first and getting fitted in a store IRL.)
18. Burton Gore-Tex Mitten – Women’s
These Gore-Tex mitts are guaranteed waterproof and breathable, and will keep hands warm and dry all day. They have a removable, stretchy microfleece liner glove to wear solo on warmer days or extra warmth on chilly ones. (I bought these full-price last season, and they are the coziest mittens I’ve ever worn.)