Top Outdoor Gifts for Teens + Gibbon Slackline Giveaway

Thanks for stopping in to check out 2013’s Ultimate Outdoor Gift Guides.  We’ve thought of great gifts for everyone on your list and want to get your holiday started right with lots of great GIVEAWAYS as well!  Go here to see all our ideas!

As many teenagers approach the holidays, cell phones, video games and music top the list.   But often overlooked are some pretty awesome items that broaden the mind, increase the adventure, and simply make your kids ridiculously happy!


Gibbon Jib
LineX13

This is the top of the line slackline used for the competitions.  It is made out of the same material as a trampoline and is meant to be used for tricks.  The challenge and fun of learning tricks on a slackline is something that once you start is hard to stop.  A huge new sport that is amazingly popular among teens, slacklining is something your teen is sure to love!  The Jibline X13 is the perfect slackline for teens since they’ll quickly amaze you with how quickly they will master it, and you’ll be glad you bought them the BEST!  To get them some inspirations, check out youtube for some pretty sweet videos and great tips.  Cost $90

Read to the bottom to enter to WIN ONE!!

 

Nerf Firevision Football

Give your kids something fun to do after dark that’s safe, fun and active with this glow in the dark football (special firevision glasses required – included).  This fancy Nerf football glows in the dark and can spiral up to 100 feet.  A pretty cool way to make your teen feel like a little kid again!  $20

GoPro Hero3 Helmet Video Camera

Head up to any ski resort, and you’re bound to see dozens and dozens of helmets topped with the GoPro camera.  Not just for snow sports lovers, these cameras are great for any adventure you can think up (we like to use it for biking and rafting a lot too).  This camera gives you an excellent opportunity to record yourself adventuring…in HD.  Yes, with this little device, everyone can become a filmmaker/movie star, and capture their adventures in cool fun ways that they can hold onto forever.  Starting at $199 here.  

 

EcoRox Speaker

We can’t get enough of this speaker and I’m sure your teen won’t be able to either.  This speaker provides the ultimate solution for combining music and adventure.  It’s waterproof, shockproof, and even floats.  Simply activate the bluetooth on your music player and you’re in business – ready to rock and adventure!  Read our full review here.  Price $129

 

Disc Golf Set

Not one to wait around the golf course for hours, disc golf is the perfect game for teens.  It requires patience, precision, and is competitive all without taking an entire day.  Not to mention that most disc golf courses are free so this is an excellent option for your money lacking teen!  Starting at $10 here.

 

 

Gibbon wants to make sure that one lucky reader has an EXTRA MERRY CHRISTMAS by giving away a Jibline X13 to one of you!

 Enter Below!

Looking for more gift ideas?  Check out all our current gift ideas and giveaways here, then head over and see what the other top #outdoorfamilies bloggers suggest:

Brave Ski Mom – Gifts for a Skiing Family + *Giving away 2 Activejunky.com gift cards*
Crag Mama – An All-Weather Gift Guide for All Year Adventures
AKontheGO – Holiday Gifts for Outdoor Conscious Families
Tales of a Mountain Mama – Best Gifts for Outdoorsy Families + *Giveaways from Wizbang Hats and Teton Sports (Kids’ Sleeping Bag and Pad) + an exclusive discount for Sierra Trading Post*
AKSkedaddle – Gifts for Outdoor Loving Mothers
Rain or Shine Mamma – Christmas Ideas for the Outdoorsy Kid + *Giving Away a $100 Gift Card From Hanna Andersson*
Go Adventure Mom- Holiday Gift Guide
Family Adventures in the Canadian Rockies – Snow Warm!  An Outdoor Mom’s Christmas Wish List 

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