Snowboarding Clothes & Apparel

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Our snowboard clothing selection at The House Outdoor Gear offers the best men's snowboarding gear, men's snowboard jackets, snowboard pants, fleeces, hoodies, and accessories from top brands in snowboarding. Whether you’re gearing up for your next trip into the deep backwoods of the mighty Rockies or just trying to brave the winter months our selection of snow gear, snow jackets, and snowpants will help you fight through any and all conditions that mother nature will throw at you this coming winter season. From snowboard gloves, mittens, baselayers, beanies, socks, vests, fleeces and everything else in between The House Outdoor Gear offers the best selection to you to keep you stoked this season from the first chair to last call. Start clicking below to shop our best selection of winter and snow gear from not just your favorite brands but ours as well. Shop from top snowboarding outerwear brands like Burton, 686, DC, Oakley, Quiksilver, Volcom, and many more. Happy Shredding!

What to Wear When Snowboarding: A Handy Beginner's Guide

First, consider weather conditions and temperature. You also need to figure out your own threshold for the cold.

Some things to think about with winter outerwear is waterproofing, breathability and insulation. If you choose to get a “shell” jacket it can be worth it to purchase extra base layers for those really cold days. When shopping around, think about pockets and storage.

It’s a good idea to find a beanie that works with your helmet and don’t forget about your fingers and toes. Both mittens and gloves have their advantages. Don’t underestimate the power of snowboarding socks versus plain old gym socks when you’re riding all day.

Snowboard Clothing Sizes and Fit

Sizing your gear is critical. If it doesn’t fit well, it can dampen your mood and experience. Different brands can run large in sizes, so check out our sizing charts.

Layering for Winter

The key to staying warm and dry is knowing how to layer. Here are a few quick tips:

  • Start with a wicking layer to pull moister away from your skin.
  • Then insulate with a mid-layer. This can be a sweatshirt or hoodie, but could also be a thicker wool or fleece.
  • Finish it off with a protective layer or shell jacket and pants, something that's waterproof but breathable.
  • Find your right mix of clothes. What you wear varies on how active you are, your threshold for cold, and of course the weather itself. Be sure to try a few different options to find out what makes you most comfortable.

If you’re new to the sport, and need some pointers on finding the right snowboarding clothes, check out our article on How to Dress in Layers.