The end of 2019 is drawing near, and while there are lots of people who don’t like the winter season, there is a certain few who think in the winter. We’re talking about the Skiers and Snowboarders.
Every year the mountains receive a fresh sprinkling of snow which attracts the sports enthusiasts to hit the slopes.
Skiing first made its debut in the Winter Olympics of 1936, and Snowboarding later came about in the 1960s and was initially named ‘Snurfing’. It’s fair to say that Skiing and Snowboarding have become very popular over the years and it’s most likely only going to become more popular.
Over the years while these sports have become popular, it has also opened the door to ‘Apres Ski’.
Apres Ski means ‘after skiing’ in French, which now refers to the social life on the slopes.
Although it may still seem like a long way away, it’s a good time to think about personalising your ski/ snowboarding gear. Whether you’re going with a group like your school and sports team or just going with your friends and family, you can take this opportunity to personalise your ski/snowboard gear and create lifelong memories.
At Acorn Printing we provide a variety of different types of clothing and accessories to help assist you on the slopes.
We offer the option of having hats, scarves, gloves, jumpers, hoodies and coats; the possibilities are almost limitless.
Once you have chosen your desired product, you wish to personalise; you can then begin to customise it. Depending on what item(s) you intend on personalising will alter the possibilities in terms of your customisation. Not only can you choose where you want your personalisation but depending on what product you have decided, you may have the option of printing or embroidering in different locations.
We understand that creating your very own personalised clothing or product can be tricky at times, that’s why at Acorn we have a friendly and helpful team to help you with all aspects of your customisation.
To get a free quote for your personalised ski/snowboarding gear, you can use our website, call us on 024 7669 4466, email on firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on Facebook.