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Gift Guide 2018: $50 to $150

Great options for family members and roommates, these gifts are so good you might also treat yourself to a few.

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Up your gift game this Holiday Season with some of the best gifts the skier in your life can use. These also make a great gift for number 1: you.

Ledslenser MH6

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Photo courtesy of Lensletter

The rechargeable MH6 Headlamp has a lens that spreads out light more fully than any other headlamp on the market. The super bright 200 lumens mode lasts for 5 hours, and can go for 20 hours in low-light mode. All this with a five-year warranty makes this a go-to gift for dawn-patrol enthusiasts, or anyone who might need hands-free light. [$50, ledlenser.com]

Floyd’s of Leadville

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Courtesy of Floyds of Leadville

Recovery is key to getting the most out of your time on the slopes. Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Hemp Oil helps you recover by supporting your body’s natural response to inflammation and stress after a long day on the mountain. Available in a convenient softgel or drops it is easy to add to your après-ski routine. [From $60, floydsofleadville.com]

Outdoor Voices Merino Tee

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Photo courtesy of Outdoor Voices

The Merino Tee is a simple yet stylish choice as a short sleeve baselayer for warm days at the resort or sunny backcountry adventures. It’s soft out of the box, but seems to get softer after using it and washing it. Made out of 89% natural Merino Wool, it wicks away moisture and regulates temperature better than synthetic materials. [$75, outdoorvoices.com]

Fjällräven Totepack No. 1

gift guide 2018 fjallraven totepack no 1
Photo courtesy of Fjällräven

The pack is possibly the most versatile product in this gift guide. You can carry it as a backpack, shoulder bag, or tote, and it fits all of the essentials for exploring the resort village after the lifts close. Made out of durable G-1000 fabric, the Totepack No. 1 will last for as long as you prefer the color. It also makes a perfect personal item carry-on for those mid-season flights. [$110, fjallraven.us]

Smartwool Merino 250 Baselayers

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Photo courtesy of Smartwool

Composed of 100% Merino Wool, the all-natural fabric is the best way to stay warm during cold days, and the ¼ zip is great to dump heat on hot days. The flatlock seams feel great against the skin and the fabric is naturally chafe-free. [1/4 Zip Top: $110, Bottom: $100. smartwool.com]

needessentials Primaloft Insulator Jacket

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Photo courtesy of needessentials

Logo-free but made out of the same renown third-party materials as high-end competitors, needessentials only makes black apparel to keep it real in the age of Skittles-inspired outerwear. The price is hard to beat for this high-tech midlayer, and the warmth is even better. [$120, needessentials.com]

Glerups Low Boot Slipper

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Photo courtesy of Glerups

Made for bare-feet and warm as wool can be, the fabric these slippers are made out of lightly exfoliate feet and manage odor way better than cotton. As the wool is sustainably sourced from Danish and New Zealand farms, you know that the sheep were treated well when the materials were sourced. [$125, glerups.com]

Transpack TRV PRO

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Courtesy of Transpack

For the World Traveler. Featuring the Isosceles Storage System; side pockets hold boots and a large central compartment carries a helmet and tons of gear. Made of super tough ballistic nylon and water resistant tarpaulin bottom with stow-away padded shoulder straps, a front entry zipper, and comfort grip handles. [$140, transpack.net]

Helly Hansen Ullr Ski Fleece

gift guide 2018 helly hansen ullr ski fleece
Photo courtesy of Helly Hansen

Looking for a go-to midlayer, but not into puffies? The Ullr Ski Fleece might seem basic at first glance, but the 2-faced brushed fleece is soft to the touch and moderates all temperatures with ease. It works well on the ski hill during the day but looks great on its own during après. [$150, hellyhansen.com]