Shopping for the holidays can be a pain, but if you have an ATV or UTV owner on your list, it doesn’t have to be. Let the ATV.com Holiday Gift Guide help you cross a few things off your list.
To make things even easier for you, we have organized our list from least expensive to most expensive, so you can find a gift for your favorite ATV or UTV owner and stay within your budget.
Muck Daddy Hand Cleaner and Scrubbing Wipes
Working on ATV and UTVs can get messy. Get your favorite off-roader an easy way to clean up with Mudy Daddy hand cleaner and scrubbing wipes. We have been using both of these products for a couple of years now and they just plain work great for wiping away grease, oil or anything else you can think of. And since they only cost $15 for both, they make for a great stocking stuffer.
Four Wheelin’ Feelin’ Onesie
For new parents who also love the off-road lifestyle, this Four Wheelin’ Feelin’ onesie would make a great Christmas gift. Prices start at just $15, which is a small price to pay to have the coolest looking baby at the next playdate.
American Flag ATV Hoodie
Celebrate your love for Old Glory and ATVs with this hoodie that any ATV enthusiast would love to own. It’s available in five different colors and a variety of sizes to fit most anybody. Take it home for just $33.
Pelican Ruck R20 Case
A great gift for off-roaders is the Pelican Ruck G20 case. Watertight, crushproof and drop tested, this case is the perfect place to store your valuables. Put your phone, car keys, small flashlight, or whatever else you want to keep safe while you explore life off-road and toss the case in the glove box or tie it down to the rack. You can pick one up today for just $36.
BOSS Audio System
Off-road audio systems can get really expensive, but they don’t have to be. This BOSS Audio Systems kit comes with an amplifier and a pair of three-inch speakers – perfect for mounting on handlebars or the front rack of an ATV. Best of all, it costs just $55.
Air Compressor/Tire Inflator
A flat tire on your ATV or UTV is a righteous pain in the neck. Make life a whole lot easier for any off-roader with the gift of this P.I. Auto air compressor and tire inflator. Able to generate 38 liters of air flow per minute, you can fill up a tire from flat to 30 psi in under three minutes. It’s also fairly compact, so it won’t take up much space. Buy one today for $45.
ITP Mud Lite Tires (Full Set)
Off-road tires can wear out pretty quickly, so a new set of rubber makes for one heck of a Christmas gift. We found a full set of four ITP Mud Lite tires available for $295 (about $74 per tire), which is a pretty great deal on some very good tires. Despite its name, the Mud Lite is more than just a mud tire. Equally adept at trail riding as it is in the slick stuff, the Mud Lite featuers ¾-inch lugs, 6-ply construction, and unique center tread contact area.
Tusk Trilobite 8-Ply Tires
Another tire option worth considering is this 29×11-14 Tusk Trilobite for $127 per tire, which includes free shipping. This 8-ply tire is designed for UTVs and larger ATVs and features thick sidewalls and extra lugs on the shoulder for added protection.
Fly Racing Toxin Helmet
Everybody loves to get a new helmet and the Fly Racing Toxin is a great option. Available for $170, this skid lid is offered is six different colors and features a lightweight polymer shell, dual-stage EPS liner, integrated multi-directional impact protection system (MIPS) construction, and is DOT and ECE certified.
MotoAlliance ATV/UTV Trailer
Anybody who likes to put their ATV or UTV to work could use a good trailer. One option is the Moto Alliance Impact Implements Heavy Duty Utility Cart. This trailer can haul up to 1500 pounds and offers an impressive capacity of 15 cubic feet. Features include a solid steel floor and frame, foot dump, and quick-release latch and tilt trailer bed. Pick one up today for $420.
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