There is nothing more satisfying than enjoying multiple libations at the end of long day of skiing and riding. Even though most of us can handle our liquor — a skill that we have spent years perfecting at TGR — we all have that one friend who sends it a little too deep at the bar. This is a couple gifts for that special person in your life.
The Roadie ShotzSki
There is no reason to leave the party at home when you have a Roadie Shot Ski. The Roadie is a ski that’s been cut in the middle and reattached with a hinge so it folds in half. Perfect for those who jump from couch to couch, bumming beer and cheap lift tickets from their harder working ski town friends.
Price: $245 | The Roadie Shotzski
Airblaster Ninja Suit (pizza edition)
The original one-piece hooded long underwear, developed to near perfection over the course of 10-plus years. When the Gore-Tex comes off in the Après chaos what better accessory to have than one of these crazy comfortable, badass onesies.
Price: $109 | Airblaster Ninja Suit
Black Velvet Whiskey (or any Shitty Liquor)
I doubt Black Velvet will make you feel like a million bucks like the ad above suggests but I'm sure that if you slug a couple shots of this fine liquid you will be feeling more than okay. I can also guarantee that the next morning you will experience the opposite of whatever a million bucks feels like.
Price: cheap enough
Scientific research shows the ingredients in RESQWATER aid in muscle recovery and clinical tests demonstrate that it helps prevent hangovers. Enjoy a bottle during and after exercise, or with every few drinks and another before bed, to ease the day ahead.
Price: $25 | Resqwater
Skullcandy Air Raid
This speaker is water and impact-resistant via steel faceplate and rubber boot along with Bluetooth® wireless compatible and a 10-hour rechargeable battery. The perfect durable speakers for blasting "Closer" by the Chainsmokers in the Mangy Moose.
Price: $99 | Skullcandy Air Raid
Tiki Friday Hoodie
This hoodie is inspired by TGR's infamous post-work Friday sends at our Tiki Bar. Built to withstand ultimate mashing, it's a solid accessory for the post-ski bar scene.
Price: $60 | Tiki Friday Hoodie
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