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Surfboard Grooming Kit

We know it's tough to think about anything beach-related in the dead of winter, but if you're lucky enough to live somewhere not covered in snow, or you have the means to escape it, then the Surfboard Grooming Kit ($129; limited edition of 25) might be right up your alley. So pack a bag, grab your board, and get it in good working order with this convenient little kit. Containing everything you need to care for your surfboard — including a Bronze and Brazilian Lapacho wax comb, a black cotton cloth, a bar of wax, and a bottle of methyl hydrate — this kit secures into its wooden carrying case, letting you take it anywhere you find a decent wave.

  • Fimbulvetr Snowshoes

    Snowshoeing is probably not everyone's first choice for an exciting winter sport, but that may be because they haven't done it with Fimbulvetr Snowshoes. Constructed from Dupont Hytrel, a thermoplastic elastomer known for its combination of flexibility and strength, these snowshoes use a honeycomb pattern to help them flex naturally, while evenly distributing your weight over the snow. An all-direction hinge, lightweight construction, comfortable bindings, and steel Fenris crampons make walking almost as easy as it is on normal terrain, while providing a great fit and feel. And if that still doesn't get you excited about snowshoeing, you should at least get excited about not having to trudge through a foot or so of snow this winter.

  • Snolo Sled

    This winter you won't need a non-caloric silicon-based kitchen lubricant to achieve sledding speeds in excess of 40 miles an hour — all you need is the Snolo Sled ($2,550). With a mono shell made entirely from carbon fibre, it features a contour-molded seating area perfect for your lower body, with a foam-padded seat and a back rest to keep you comfortable. With a single ski in the front, and two skis in the back (also made from carbon fibre), you can really fly down the hill, all while maintaining the maneuverability you would expect on a snowboard. Just be warned: this isn't your grandpa's sled, and at 40 mph, you could do some serious damage to your part.