Christmas gift shopping for your kids is usually not a difficult task. What makes it hard is finding a special present that makes this year, and every year, most memorable.
Your child may need socks and, if polite, he or she will feign interest after ripping off the wrapping. But who are we fooling, getting socks probably does not equate to the ideal Christmas present for most kids. Second to socks, underwear and the annual tree ornament from Aunt Mary make the next gift opened really count. Outside of escorting them to the garage and unveiling a brand new dirt bike the following list offers more affordable and practical gift ideas that should elicit a small shriek or at least the overextended "cooooooooooooooool." Don't stop here though, check out our full Holiday Gift Guide for Kids.
Motocross Christmas Gifts for Kids
We've got several to choose from like a Ryan Dungey Replica and many others. So here over to the Kids Gift Guide page and see if your child's favorite rider is there.
This is a fully insulated, collapsible lunchbox. It's lightweight and easy to carry for school or, for the big kid in your life, work. But remember all those awesome lunchboxes from the 1970s that sell for hundreds today? Don't be surprised if this goes right next to the Chad Reed Collector Bike on the display case.
Christmas is always a good time to refresh your kid's school supplies. The best way to make it more of a "gift" and get them excited to go back to school is some really cool notepads. You get a two-pack of 80-page notebooks with awesome cover photos of FMX star Brian Deegan.
The best thing about backpacks is their use for more than just carrying school books. A sturdy, high quality backpack can go hiking, of course school and best of all to the Motocross track or even trail riding. If your kids are like most school-aged children the backpack you bought in August is probably already nearing retirement. Start the second semester off right with a Smooth Industries backpack.
The sixth installment in the Moto Movie series features Dean Wilson, Jessy Nelson, Axell Hodges, Josh Hill, Cody Webb, Tim Gajser and many more. This is definitely the present to have opened right after the socks.
These are some of the coolest shoes out there. Not only do they say 100 percent Moto fan, but these shoes are comfortable, and rugged for everyday use. Get away from the overly popularized cliché swoosh style shoes everyone else wears and grab a pair of these DC Skate shoes. And, don't worry about fitment. With our Free First Exchange program you can return them for the correct size at no extra charge.
This is how you really make an impact on Christmas gift giving. We have combos to fit all types of budgets and if your Moto riding kid needs new gear then now is the best time to get new pants, jersey and gloves. This Seven pant, jersey, glove combo includes advanced engineering manufacturing for fit and function so it wears well, protects, ventilates and overall makes your kid the coolest rider on the track.
Now to really blow you're your kid's socks off, customize that jersey you bought as part of the combo package. For just an additional $29.99 we can include a rider's name and number to the back of the jersey.
Kids love to stand out (maybe a little too much) but help them be an original and look cool doing it with the Factory Effex Youth Yamaha Lineup T-Shirt. It's just pure casual wear without all the loud graphics some other shirts feature.
Oh yes we did. If you're going to give socks as a present then why not go all-out Moto and give your favorite online parts and gear supplier a nod at the same time. The MotoSport Youth MX Socks come in a one-size fit all set-up and made for riding.
Written By: AndrewT