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TGR’s 2019 Holiday Gear Giveaway

Greetings, TGR readers, and welcome to our 2019 Holiday Gear Giveaway! This year, we've teamed up with a bunch of our favorite brands to give you the opportunity to win some free stuff. With both ski season and the holidays coming in hot, there's never been a better time to acquire gear at the low cost of free-fifty. Each day, we'll be adding a new giveaway to the list, so make sure to check back regularly. Click here for full terms and conditions.

Day 1: K2's Mindbender 130 Boots

"With the introduction of the Mindbender Boot Collection, we’re fired up to take on the boot world. Take a look at the Mindbender 130 Ski Boot: weighing in at 1675g and touting 50 degrees of walking motion, this freak ain’t no slouch on the uphill. But flip that Energy Interlock Spyne to ski mode and boom-bam — it’s time to party. Never before has a freeride boot carried this level of strength to weight — without sacrificing durability or customization." - K2

Enter to win a pair of K2 Mindbender 130 Boots

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Day 2: Weston Backcountry's Japow or Riva Board

"The Japow snowboard is our response to the deepest snow on the planet. Featuring a directional, Camber-Pow Rocker Nose with a Swallowtail, Rugged Topsheet, Electra Sintered Base, Tail V Carbon reinforcement, and our Slayer Wood Core, this is the board to keep you afloat while weaving through tight trees or laying down surf-inspired carves on the groomers." - Weston

"The Riva snowboard excels in tight trees and steep open bowls. Featuring a pow centric, Directional Multi Radial Camber-Rocker profile with a wide nose, narrow tail, Rugged Topsheet, Sintered Base and our Freedom Wood Core - the Riva floats effortlessly in powder, is nimble in tight trees, is stiff enough to hold an edge through chatter and crud, and is fast enough to keep you on top all day long." - Weston


Enter to win a Weston Japow or Riva snowboard

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Day 3: Kästle's FX106 HP Skis

"The FX106 HP is made for the backcountry and when teamed up with the FREETOUR 12 2.0 binding is also designed to be used as a touring ski. The 3D shape, triple wood core and carbon-fibreglass wrapped core of the lightweight TRI technology results in maximum transfer of power, stability and perfect float. Combined with Hollowtech 3.0 this ski raises the bar in terms of minimised weight and maximised downhill performance." - Kästle


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Day 4: Darn Tough Vermont’s Alpenglow and Snowflake Socks

"Our socks have traveled the world racking up millions of vertical feet. All that time on the trails means constant refinement, and the Alpenglow ski and snowboard sock is the latest evolution. Lightweight and versatile, it’s naturally easy breathing and odor-repellent thanks to the miracles of Merino wool." - Darn Tough Vermont

"Maybe your feet are unique snowflakes, but we’ve learned that all feet revel in the same thing: comfort, energy, and Darn Tough support. Give ‘em what they want with a ski and snowboard sock they need—the Snowflake over-the-calf sock." - Darn Tough Vermont


Enter to win Darn Tough Vermont’s Alpenglow or Snowflake Socks

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Day 5: Prior Snow's Skis, Snowboard, or Splitboard

"Prior MFG handcraft boards, skis & splits in Whistler, BC. Founded in 1989, Prior prides itself on quality and workmanship. Prior not only builds made-to-order boards and skis, but offers full custom shapes and graphics. For this year’s holiday giveaway Prior is offering to build the winner any snowboard, ski or splitboard from their lineup with their chosen shape, graphic and construction." - Prior Snow


Enter to win a custom pair of skis, snowboard, or splitboard from Prior Snow

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Day 6: Volcom's Iguchi Slack Vest

"For the guides, the pathfinders and the true mountain goaters, this fourth generation Iguchi Slack Vest has been not only designed with, but also approved by mountain legend, Bryan Iguchi, to enhance touring and overall riding experience. Constructed to replace the bulk of a backpack, this vest is a more compact, comfortable and versatile alternative. Volcom has strategically placed pockets for beacon, shovel, probe and all other backcountry essentials needed throughout daily exploration. Featuring a V-Science Oxford outer with nylon intended to help lower skidding, lined with V-Science Rugged Polyester Mesh and YKK® AquaGuard® Zippers, this vest will not only carry your gear, but will also help keep you dry and act as an extra layer of protection against the ever-changing elements." - Volcom


Enter to win Volcom’s Iguchi Slack Vest

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Day 7: TGR's Stagecoach Flannel and Classic Beanie

"This beanie has workwear vibes for the mountain." - TGR

"Ah the Stagecoach. Anyone who has spent any time in the Tetons knows about the legendary watering hole at the bottom of Teton Pass. Whether its Disco Night in winter or a quick stop for tacos and a beer after a summer bike lap, the Coach never disappoints. In honor of our favorite Wilson neighbor, we’ve named our super-comfy and stylish flannel after them, so rock it and bring back memories of the best times. Handmade with love in Nepal." - TGR

Enter to win a flannel and beanie from TGR

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Day 8: NRS' Thrive 10.3 SUP and Quest Paddle

"The Thrive 10.3 is a board for the do-it-all paddler, the Thrive 10.3 SUP is equally adept at touring, fitness paddling and light river running with the stability to help any novice feel at ease. Make every weekend memorable with an inflatable SUP board that can handle any adventure.

When you're ready to take your stand up paddling skills to the next level, but still need the assurance of durability for those rookie mistakes, opt for the NRS Quest SUP Paddle. The lightweight, durable paddle is built for the novice-intermediate paddler and won't break the bank." - NRS


Enter to win a Thrive 10.3 SUP and Quest Paddle from NRS

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Day 9: Women's-specific technical apparel from SHREDLY

"SHREDLY was born on Kickstarter, started by a woman for women, and was driven by the vision of 'cute, quality MTB shorts.' Now, we are best known for our fun and colorful printed MTB shorts with a women’s-specific fit and amazing quality. But we didn’t stop there, we also thoughtfully design technical apparel for all types of endeavors, which keeps us true to our mission: striving for every adventure to begin the moment you get dressed. We know that women come in all shapes and sizes with tons of different preferences and have worked hard to grow our range of sizes and colorways to be the most inclusive offering amongst all MTB brands. We are also proud to have over 70% of our products made from recycled materials and ALL manufacturing located in the USA. If you like to have fun and look good while feeling comfy, SHREDLY is your new best friend." - SHREDLY


Enter to win a full kit from SHREDLY

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Day 10: A full avalanche safety kit from Mammut

"Equipped with our Removable Airbag System 3.0, the Pro X is our absolute all-arounder: whether freeriding or touring, this backpack sits comfortably on your back and is designed to keep you safe in dangerous situations: Safety first! The fully opening rear zipper allows generous access to the main compartment, even when a snowboard is attached to the front. Inside, there is also a molded, soft-lined compartment for your ski goggles. The material used is 100% recycled fabric. This backpack does not compromise comfort for functionality and technical features. Confidently go with the Pro X Removable Airbag 3.0 35L." - Mammut

"The Barryvox S has all the features needed to allow both novices and professionals to quickly find buried subjects in any situation. Some of this beacon’s key features are a greater range, simple user navigation and a fast direct search path." - Mammut

"You can rely on the Alugator Pro Light in extreme situations. Choose the safety gear that avalanche experts and guides trust. Our avalanche shovels are the only UIAA certified shovels on the market. Their rugged design means you can trust them in the worst-case scenario. Light, bend-resistant and reliable: the Carbon Probe 280 fast lock features a specially developed Fast Lock system for quick and effective operation. The extremely precise probe scaling on both sides allows you to exactly determine the depth of the probe in the snow. Length 280 cm." - Mammut


Enter to win a full avy kit from Mammut

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Day 11: An Outerwear Kit from Picture Organic

"Made from 58% recycled materials that are PFC-free, the Naikoon jacket offers eco-friendly, high-end flexibility. It features a comfortable stretch exterior shell, a warm yet breathable DRYPLAY 20K/20K membrane, body mapping construction that incorporates our Thermal Dry System to wick away sweat where you need it most, and a Coremax lining to eliminate cold spots. The fully-taped seams and waterproof zippers keep moisture out. For enhanced protection and fit, the hood, wrist gaiters, and powder skirt that attaches to your pants are all adjustable. Last but not least, the Regular Fit cut and drop hem allow you to effortlessly switch from shredding in the park to riding untracked lines without a second thought." - Picture Organic

"Made from 58% recycled polyester and PFC water repellency, the Naikoon pant is the perfect match for the Naikoon jacket. The Naikoon pant is both functional and technical. Designed with stretch fabric and straight cut, they follow your every move, and the DRYPLAY waterproof-breathable 20K/20K PFC-free membrane provides excellent temperature regulation while the Coremax lining eliminates cold spots. The jacket-pant interface, with 3 attachment points, adds to the adjustable powder skirt to provide full protection all day long. Fully-taped seams and waterproof YKK zippers keep moisture out. For even greater breathability, we added thighs zippered vents. The always-practical I-Fit System allows you to roll up your cuffs after a great day on snow, and silicone reinforcements protect these pants from your edges." - Picture Organic


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Day 12: Capilene Baselayers from Patagonia

"Our classic, go-anywhere all-around baselayer, made with 100% recycled content. The smooth, soft face makes for easy layering; hollow-core yarns and a diamond-grid back trap warm air, wick moisture and dry fast. HeiQ® Fresh durable odor control keeps things fresh. Fair Trade Certified sewn." - Patagonia


Enter to win a set of baselayers from Patagonia

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Day 13: Vantage 107 TI skis from Atomic

Atomic's widest Vantage ski, the Atomic Vantage 107 TI is a heroic all-mountain performer with HRZN Tech for extra flotation in the deep.

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