snow centreThe Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead celebrates the new season with great discounts and several interesting attractions

Image Check out the latest offering from the SnowSphere Shop - the new Kashmir Rickshaw/Tuk-Tuk  t-shirts - inspired by the SnowSphere team's snowboarding adventure in Gulmarg, Kashmir.

Visit the SnowSphere Shop now to see the full colour range and buy one!

STOP PRESS: 15% off now!

Enter code: SUMMER2009

Hurry: offer ends 23 Aug


snowsphere russian bear t-shirts Happy New Year SnowSphere fans! To celebrate 2009, we're offering 15% off all men's and women's SnowSphere T-shirts . Just enter the following discount code: NEWYEARSHIRTS at checkout. Hurry - offer ends on the 22 Jan 09. Buy a  SnowSphere shirt now!


ImageThere's 15% of all SnowSphere Ts & Hoodies from the 1st Nov - 20th Nov. Just enter this discount code at check in: EARLYSHOPPING.

Visit the SnowSphere shop and see the full range now!



Russian Helicopter 

Two big pieces of news for SnowSphere fans:

1. There is free shipping on all SnowSphere products until 30th of September.

Just enter the following discount code at the check out: SHIPFORFREE

2. The Russian Chopper design is now available.

To see the full range: VISIT THE SNOWSPHERE SHOP

SnowSphere gets some more Soviet stylin' with this Russian Helicopter design. Russia, which will host the 2014 Winter Olympics, is a snow lover's paradise, with huge mountain ranges and plenty of white stuff.

The Russian Chopper design celebrates the aircraft which many heli-skiers and snowboarders take to reach the more remote mountain tops and volcanoes.

The large Cyrillic lettering reads "Russia" and the small faux-cyrillic on the chopper reads "SnowSphere".

This design is available in a variety of colours on both tees and hoodies.


Russian Bear T-shirt SnowSphere is pleased to announce the release of the new Russian Bear design, that is available now from the SnowSphere Shop.

Following on from the SnowSphere snowboard Japan t-shirts and hoodies - we've done some soviet styling, using the bear, a symbol of Russia, combined with Cyrillic lettering to produce this brand new tee. 

The text reads "SNOWSPHERE" in faux Cyrillic, and "RUSSIA" in true Russian Cyrillic.

Russia is a country with massive snow potential, which is highlighted by the fact that they will be the hosts of the 2014 Winter Olympics.

This shirt is ideal for lovers of: bears, Russia, SnowSphere or just sleek design.

To see the colour ways and buy a shirt, visit the SnowSphere Shop.

All SnowSphere designs are completely exclusive to SnowSphere. 


SnowSphere T Shirt Get FREE SHIPPING on all SnowSphere Ts and Hoodies. If you've always wanted a design of a snowboarder sliding a Japanese Torii - now's your chance.

Just enter this promo code at checkout: SUMMERSUNPOSTAGEFUN

Hurry - offer ends 17th July. 

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