Snacks, sunnies, and sunscreen – for your nose or bare booty…
Nothing brings us more joy then getting outside and playing in the mountains. Whether you’re lucky enough to have local ski hills nearby, have access to backcountry touring, or cross country trails, we hope you’re able to get out there and shred the gnar.
To get equipped, our friend Shelby has put together a list of her 5 Ski Day Must Haves below and we’re giving away a mountain sized snack pack! The prize includes a pair of Pit Viper Sunnies, our rad BN3TH Apparel x Hippie Snacks boxers or sports bra & boy shorts, and all the snacks to keep ya well fueled on your skiing adventures.
It’s super easy to enter:
- Post a skiing / snowboarding pic on FB, Insta , or TikTok
- Tag @hippiesnacksorganic (IG) or @hippiesnacks (FB & TT)
- Use the hashtag #snackaunaturel
***10 Bonus Entries if you’re a brave soul and are ready to rock au naturel like our man Dane here.
Feel free to post more than once, as each photo counts as an entry. Don’t worry, for our friends lacking access to snow, we gotchu. Show off those sunny skate, surf or SUP pics or hit us with a #TBT (throw back Thursday) featuring any of the above. The contest is open until Feb 28, 2021 at 11:59 pm PST for all US and Canadian residents.
Our friend Shelby gets her full send on in Tahoe and after hundreds of ski trips to the mountain, has put together a list of her 5 Ski Day Must Haves:
- Sunscreen and chapstick. I know we don’t typically think of slathering on sunscreen unless it’s summer and we are planning on going to the beach, but when the sun reflects on the snow and bounces to your face, you can get very burnt! Always ALWAYS bring some sunscreen to protect the skin that will be exposed. I always bring a couple of chapsticks with SPF (because I often lose them lol!) and they are a lifesaver! With harsh conditions, it’s easy to get chapped lips fast, so keep them moisturized at all times!
- Face Masks. Do your part to keep ski towns and resorts safe! I always bring a few face masks just in case a friend or two forgets. Also, wearing a mask helps protect your face from extreme conditions; it’s a win-win!
- Extra socks. I never wear my ski socks until I get to the mountain because you can risk getting them wet from snow or sweat beforehand, which makes for a sad day of skiing. Do your feet the favor and pack an extra pair of socks (or two!).
- Head on over to her blog for essentials 4 and 5.
Happy skiing squad!