Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) December 23, 2014
This holiday season, there’s no better place to shop for hard-to-find gifts than Trail & Ski. Trail & Ski has the perfect gift options for the hiker or skier on everyone’s holiday shopping list.
For the hiker, choose Eagles Nest Outfitters’ single-nest or double-nest hammocks and accessories. With this, hanging out is so in style! Other options for hikers include Petzyl & Princeton Tec headlamps to light their way, ultra-light Helinox chairs at only 2 pounds, trekking pokes from Leki and Helinox to steady themselves on the trail and Smartwool & Darn Tough hiking socks to hike in blister-free comfort.
Trail & Ski has the best gifts for skiers, too. With Spyder and Obermeyer skiwear, skiers can hit the slopes in style and with warmth. Polar Buffs are a great choice to help keep skiers’ necks, faces and heads warm. Patagonia thermals can also keep skiers warm. Smartwool ski socks keep the feet warm and comfortable, too. Other options include Turtle Fur hats that are stylish and warm and come in enough colors to match any outfit, as well as Smith goggles for great vision on the slopes.
Find these gifts and more at Trail & Ski, located at 2743 Capital Circle NE in Tallahassee, FL. Stop in today or visit them online at http://www.trailandski.com/.
About the company:
Trail & Ski has been Tallahassee's premier outdoor shop for more than 30 years. Trail & Ski's staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They are outdoor enthusiasts who spend lots of time in the great outdoors. Trail & Ski's staff assesses their customers’ needs and finds the right products to make their outdoor adventure a success. Their goal is to continue to meet and exceed customer expectations. Whether the trip is a weekend hike or a week-long ski trip, Trail & Ski will outfit their customers correctly.
Join the Trail & Ski E-Club to receive priority notice regarding special events, promotions and e-only offers from Trail & Ski. For more information, visit their website at http://www.trailandski.com. Visit them at their Capital Circle location in the Esposito’s Garden Center.