Get Free Skiing Stickers From These Companies

Free Skiing Stickers from Burton, Patagonia, Rossi and More

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Camp of Champions Ski Camp July 10 2014. (campofchampions/Flickr/CC BY 2.0)

Want to deck out your skis, helmets, and poles with stickers? Sure, you can buy them at resorts or pick them up at your local ski shop, but if you reach out to your favorite ski and gear brands, it's possible to score them for free. Though you'll generally need to send in your own self-addressed, stamped envelope. In return, you'll get lots of stickers you can decorate your gear with.

These companies offer stickers for free. All you need to do is log on to their websites and either fill out a form or send in your envelope.

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Revision Stickers

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(Revision)

Revision Skis produces high performance freestyle skis, specializing in twin tips. You can sign up above to receive free stickers and a subscription to their email newsletter.

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(Liberty Skis)

Liberty is the first and only ski company to use bamboo in all of their skis. Bamboo is an earth-friendly material that lends a sense of stability without excess weight. You can "like" Liberty's page on Facebook to receive your free stickers. More »

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(Line Skiis)

Mail Line a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and they'll stuff it with an awesome sticker package in return. Feel free to make the snail mail exchange fun: Line encourages you to send in letters and funny pictures in your envelope! More »

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(Dragon Alliance)

Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Dragon Alliance to receive a set of free stickers.   More »

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(Rossignol)

 Rossignol offers stickers, but beware: you'll have to send your self-addressed, stamped envelope all the way to their headquarters in France! More »

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(K2 Skis)

To receive stickers from K2, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope inside another envelope. K2 has two tips for you. Want your stickers fast? Send your requested in the spring. Want the best stickers? Of course you do - so send a big envelope!  More »

Marker ski gear
(Marker)

Marker also owns Volkl, so if you reach out to them, it's a possibility that you'll receive stickers from both brands. You'll need to send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to their headquarters in New Hampshire. More »

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(Patagonia)

 You can fill out a form to request stickers from Patagonia on their website, though you can only submit a request every four months. You'll receive two stickers requested at random.  More »

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Utah-based outdoor gear retailer Backcountry offers free stickers; just sign up on their website.  More »