Billabong is a really reputable brand. The products the make are really nice and the last a while. Not to mention, they are always really good with the design. Their sports, swim and outdoor products always look new and cutting edge.
Many people believe they cater more to a younger audience or just to the “surfer” crowd. If you look around in their shop or on their website, you see they have much more to offer. Here are my top picks for outdoor products by Billabong this fall:
This “Java Waistpack” is rad.
It carries just enough of the crucial things you need (like your pocket knife, Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod and smart phone) without being too bulky that it gets in the way.
Back in the day, we called these fanny packs. This is a revived version made with a super durable polyester. It also contains two organizing pockets.
The 504 Xero Furnace CZ Hooded Fullsuit is a wetsuit that is totally up for Oregon’s cold waters. I scuba dive and surf up in the Pacific Northwest waters a lot.
It is really helpful to have a good quality full body suit. The extra heat around your head makes a huge difference.
The fit is great and you can tell that it is made well. I also like the black and grey look. I personally think it’s a really appealing wetsuit.
The Bound Jacket is perfect for protecting you from the elements. You can perform any sport or task in the winter without worrying about exposure or discomfort.
The seams are super strong and the fabric is very durable.
It’s also breathable and waterproof. So, you don’t have to worry about snow melting and soaking your shirt underneath.
Not to mention, the jacket is half off right now. It’s only $140 instead of $280.
Do you have a favorite Billabong product you are wanting to share? Leave a comment or a link in the section below and we’ll check it out!
This pandemic has taught me that while I can’t control what’s going on in the world, I can control my mindset. For me, this looks like finding a few things to be grateful for each morning... With that said, I wanted to share my gratitude list with all of you: