Checkout with Ease

It came to our attention yesterday that some customers were having errors during the checkout process. We’ve corrected the shipping calculation errors in the checkout process. We appreciate your patience and wish you a smooth easy checkout experience. Visit the Store now to get your hands on any of the Boondockers products, check back for […]

Boondockers Winter Party

Who’s up for a party? Friday, January 9, Boondockers, Klim, Powertech and Connections is throwing a winter party! Tickets are $15, which includes Chick-Fil-a dinner, a raffle ticket and a viewing of Boondockers 11…our best video yet. So far there is about $8000 in raffle prizes to be won, prizes from Klim, Powertech, Connections Credit […]

Idaho Falls Search and Rescue Fundraiser

The annual Boondockers 10 Premier and Search and Rescue Fundraiser is only a week away!! So many businesses here in Idaho Falls, Rexburg and so many more have donated over 8000 dollars in raffle prizes!! Win hotel stays, RZR parts, snowmobile parts, Klim gear, Fly gear, movie tickets, car care packages, ZBroz parts, even a […]

The Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop

Saturday; November 06, 2010; 12:30p to 5:30p The Depot (400 West South Temple, in Gateway Mall) $25 admission; click here for registration This workshop is modeled after the Internation Snow Science Workshop, The Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop (USAW) provides a venue for experienced skiers, sledders, and avalanche professionals to get together, along with those […]

Smithfork, Wyoming…it’s about time we made it

We’ve been trying to get over to Smithfork, just south of Afton, all year long. Snowmobiling is great over there. Love the country, terrain and all the different riding applications. After you get on the trail and start heading in, you start turning into a little kid. As your looking around, the excitement starts welling […]

Island Park a couple of weeks ago

The day after the road trip to Preston in Idaho, Searle and I decided to make a small road trip up to Island Park, Idaho to do a little exploring…the never ending search for snow. Considering it was late January, one might think we were disappointed in the amount of snow we found. Unfortunately, a […]

Road trip to Preston, Idaho

Two weeks ago, myself and a couple others decided to mob down to Preston to see what kind of terrain is there and what the snow conditions were like. Two weeks ago was just before the big dump of powder that Dan was talking about in his “Epic” post. Preston didn’t disappoint, we didn’t find […]

Stitch and Bitch

With all the technological advancements we enjoy in this day and age you’d think people would have a lot less to complain about. Somehow this is not the case and no matter what the situation it seems that folks tend to look for the very worst – often forgetting how amazing the experience itself might […]

White Dreams

Today was one of those days that you dream of all summer. All of the perfect ingredients were there–new snow, sunshine, good friends, and ripping sleds. What started out as a rain storm over the weekend ended up laying down 3-4ft. of powder in the mountains over the last three days and this morning the […]