NewsProduct News2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Under $25

Brainspiral BrainspiralDecember 11, 20141

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Welcome to FasterSkier’s Holiday Gift Guide! The holidays are here and it’s time to go hunting for the perfect present for your favorite cross-country skiers. Whether it’s a fresh and sexy underwear or an amazing ski adventure we have recommendations for the best gifts out there. Take a look and see for yourself. You’ll walk away with some great ideas to make this ski season one to remember.

We’ve broken up our gift guide into five budgetary segments: Under $25, $25-$50, $50-$100, $100-$200 and $200-and-over. Happy shopping!

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    December 12, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    While the cable lock seems like it would get you some looks at most nodie areas, I was wishing I had one a few years ago.

    I walk out of the shop, 4 pm or so, getting dark, and my poles are gone! Skis are there, poles are gone. Sh*t! I frantically look for them for about 20 minutes, no where to be found. So, I go back inside, and tell the shop guys, if any a pair of brand new red Swix Star poles with SEP written on the grip show up, can they put them aside and give me a call? I was so pissed, I had spent all day teaching a group of super beginners, and now I was heading back to Denver with no poles. Dammit!

    A few days later, I get a call from the shop, they say someone called in and has my poles! It just so happens that some old guy accidentally grabbed them and didn’t notice until he got home. So he calls the nordic area to explain the situation and to see if anyone has asked for them. Wow, was I *pumped* to get that call. Turns out the the guy lives in Denver, so I drive up there (with a pack of beer for him because he was so cool in calling the poles in), pick them up, little small talk, and my poles are back with me safe and sound. (Until I fall and break them on Lactic Grande, knock on wood.)

    So, let’s make this a thread. Instead of all the negativity this holiday season (Russian doping article), why doesn’t everyone post the nicest/coolest/most thoughtful thing that has happened to them while involved in this great sport of Nordic skiing?

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