Oct 19, 2021| Local Shopping
Since the Iditarod's first run in 1973, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race has built a massive loyal fan base from across the world. Every year, thousands of fans make the trek to Anchorage, AK, to take part in race day festivities and experience the excitement of the Last Great Race.
If you are looking for the perfect gift for your Iditarod fan, you have come to the right place. As the official retail partner of the Iditarod, we have all types of keepsakes and unique gifts for all Iditarod-loving friends and family on your Christmas list. From t-shirts and hoodies to exclusive limited-edition Pendleton blankets, we got you covered!
Below is a list of 15 items for every budget that we guarantee any Iditarod fan will love!
The first annual Iditarod Pendleton blanket! Made exclusively for the Iditarod, this is a limited-edition blanket celebrating the 2021 Iditarod race. A perfect premium gift for your family. Featured on the right and left sides of the blanket are raven's feet, a symbol of health and well-being in the Alaska Native culture.
This fabulous buff features Aliy Zirkle running on the sea ice of the Norton Sound at sunset, an incredible photo captured by Iditarod photographer Jeff Schultz in 2017.
This "Race is On" trim was designed exclusively for Copper River Fleece by Cordova, Alaska artist Susan Ogle, in collaboration with Libby Riddles, the first woman to win the Iditarod Sled Dog Race.
A perfect cap for any Iditarod fan! A denim-twill front cap with a trucker style, breathable mesh back. The official 'I' Logo sported on the front makes this cap a timeless collectible.
Your friends can warm up to winter style with this embroidered husky pom beanie. Stay warm while showing your Iditarod pride!
The race challenges man and dog alike against Mother Nature's rugged wilderness, and this pin celebrates the bond between the musher and our greatest friend and athlete, the sled dog. Enjoy this great pin featuring the 50th-anniversary logo. Perfect for your friends to flaunt on their shirts, jackets, or even hats!
Wondering if there's a men's Loppet tee? Don't worry, we got you covered. Great for all activity levels, this sweat-wicking fabric will keep you dry and comfortable! With the Iditarod logo on the side, you can proudly display your Iditarod pride!
Enjoy these exclusive Iditarod leggings brought to you by 57 Peaks, a family business based in Sitka, Alaska! Ranging from a 2017 Iditarod photo of an Aliy Zirkle at sunset to huskies and the impressive northern lights, there's one for every Alaska and Iditarod lover on your list.
This is an ultra-soft and warm jacket with a hidden hood in collar embroidered with the Iditarod logo on the right chest. With the words "Last Great Race On Earth" on the top center back, you might feel like an Iditarod musher while wearing it!
This is what your favorite Iditarod fan needs when exercising outside in the winter. Perfect for those early morning runs or to go dog mushing in the winter! This base layer set will keep you warm and performing at your best.
Are you wondering what gift Saint Nick will be bringing your kids this year? Here is a 1000-piece puzzle of the Iditarod featuring beloved musher Aliy Zirkle crossing Norton Sound at sunset.
Our friends from 57 peaks never cease to amaze us! These kids’ leggings are perfect for active kiddos. They won't have to worry about running around and getting messy because the graphics are sublimation-printed, so the leggings will never lose their vibrant color intensity.
This fun tie-dye t-shirt in classic navy features the Iditarod shield logo on the left chest.
Who doesn’t like unique Christmas ornaments? This 3-inch pinecone ornament with a husky on top is quite a work of art! Whether you are an Iditarod or dog lover, this will look amazing on any Christmas tree.
"Iditarod: The First Ten Years" is a story that has been waiting to be told for 40 years! At last, the behind-the-scenes accounts have been compiled into a scrapbook in word, art, and photography chronicled by hundreds of people who experienced the first decade of the Iditarod race themselves.
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