Dec 28, 2021

Top Current Snowboarding Fashion Trends

Genevieve Montague

s snowboard fashion trends continue to evolve throughout the years, there has been a noticeable shift from oversized baggy undershirts to sleek two-toned colour combos or one-pieces for ultimate style and protection. From comfort to performance, backcountry free-riders to park-rats, we’ve got all the inside scoop on 2022 snowboard fashion.

 Aside from the staples such as a durable helmet, warm gloves and thigh-high cotton socks, there are a ton of fresh new styles that are hitting the stores these days. Among them, here are the top current snowboard fashion trends that you can jump onto for the upcoming season.

Layering for Warmth, Comfort, and Performance

If you’ve ever been caught in negative temperatures with wind chills on a frozen chairlift, you know all too well the importance of quality snowboard gear. Asthe current fashion trends have recognized the need for warm, durable and aesthetically stylish snowboard attire, we’ve tapped into the era of layering.

 Current layering fashion helps you to adapt your kit on the fly to the changing weather conditions. That’s why it’s very important to invest in a base layer to absorb moisture, a mid-layer for insulation, and an outer shell for wind/snow/rain resistance to help you stay warm and dry all season long. As more styles of lightweight, breathable shell jackets arrive on the market, you can find some wicked colours and patterns to perfectly fit your aesthetic this season.

The Brighter the Better

Switching back to the 1970s ski swag, snowboarding fashion has consumed the bright, fun, and retro-inspired colour combination this year! Typically, many snowboarders have opted for the bright top or bottom mixed in with a neutral colour. For example, the colourful snowboard matched with earth tone pants and an electric jacket gives you a well-rounded look. You can even check out the two-toned jackets for a fashionable change-up.

 This look also gives you the opportunity to elevate your look either with some bright-toned goggles or a clean white or black pair. There are truly endless opportunities to combine these brights and neutrals to tie together a great look this season.

Snowboard “Bib Pants”

Another hot trend that has made its way onto the slopes are the famous bib pants.Unlike your regular snowboard pants that button up around your waist, bib pants cover your chest like a pair of insulated overalls. If you’ve ever taken a tumble and soaked your backside with cold, wet snow, you know how hard it is to recover that warmth.

 Not only do bib pants keep your body dry and cozy throughout the day, but they help protect your lower back from that cold draft as you strap into your bindings.

The Full-Coverage Face Mask

Facemasks have made a huge comeback in recent years. Beyond keeping you safe from others on the hill, quality face masks help keep your face warm, protect you from windburn and snow and prevent your goggles from fogging up while you ride.

 From full balaclavas to flexible hoods and neck covers, the latest snowboard fashion trends have pushed for better designs, colours, and materials. Depending on your style preference, you can find a couple different face masks that offer full coverage and allow you to switch between for an entirely new look on the hill.

The Bottom Line

Snowboard trends have come a long way in the past decade. From a performance and functionality point of view, some of the top brands like Burton and Thirtytwo have created impressive gear that helps you stand out on the mountain in a sleek and comfortable way. Whether you decide to take advantage of the layering technique to stay warm, invest in a bright pop of colour with some bib pants, or switch out your neck tube for a balaclava, you’re sure to stand out in the best way!

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