Everything you need to battle the elements this ski season.
It’s that time of year again – the time where you get to shamelessly ask for presents from others. And if you’re a ski enthusiast, we already know you’re on the look for the latest and greatest in gear and outerwear.
Check out some of our favorite pieces to spoil yourself with this holiday season.
Obermeyer Foundation Jacket
If you’re looking for a jacket that can take you straight off the chair and into après fun, the Obermeyer Foundation Jacket can do just that. Not only is this jacket loaded with ski friendly features like Control Zone Ventilation that will keep you regulated but it also features an interior electronics pocket allowing you to take your tunes wherever you roam.
If that’s not enough to entice you, the Foundation Jacket’s Silicone Grip shoulder detail makes carrying your backcountry gear a breeze so you get a multi-faceted jacket perfect for every occasion.
Spyder Marvel Performance GS Suit
Hey racers – this one’s for you. The Spyder Marvel Performance GS Suit will make you feel like a super hero as you fly down the slopes.
Its micro-polyester knit is bonded to a breathable laminate so you stay dry and cool, even down steepest most strenuous runs. And don’t worry about taking a spill because the Marvel Performance GS Suit’s D3O Impact Protection is strategically placed to keep you bruise free.
The North Face Freedom Bib Pant
Offering lightweight protection when you’re ripping down the mountain, then the newest addition to North Face’s Freedom family, the Freedom Bib will be your new favorite for ski season.
This made for the mountains bib features TNF’s Chimney Venting System to keep you comfortable when you’re working the backcountry and beyond, and multiple pockets offer plenty of storage for all of your on-slope adventures.
Helly Hansen ULLR Powder Ski Suit
When you’re out to find the deepest powder on the gnarliest of days, you need the Helly Hansen ULLR Powder Ski Suit. This ready to ride one-piece suit will give free-skiers confidence when they need it the most.
100% waterproof, breathable Helly Tech Professional, along with fully sealed seams offer complete moisture management and the integrated RECCO Rescue Reflector will keep you safe in hardcore conditions.
Karbon Thor Jacket
Ready to battle the worst winter elements, the Karbon Thor Jacket stands up to its tried and true name. Designed with Karbonite 20k for complete protection from the worst winter weather, you can take the Thor Jacket anywhere on the mountain without worry.
Karbon’s unique Multi-Zone Insulation Mapping sets them apart from the rest, allowing for hot and cold zones to be insulated accordingly so you stay regulated in any condition.
Salomon Brilliant Jacket
This best-selling jacket is back again and ready to shred for the 2019 ski season. Designed to keep you protected from the elements, thee Salomon Brilliant Jacket is mountain ready with 100g of AdvancedSkin Warm Insulation for the coldest of days.
Salomon’s Air Vent System allows you to regulate your body temperature dependent on the changing weather conditions, so ski enthusiasts look out because the Brilliant Jacket has all the features you’re looking for in on-slope apparel.
Armada Carson Jacket
Park guys unite – the Armada Carson Jacket is just as comfortable as that favorite hoodie you always wear to the hill. The 10k/10k waterproof, breathability rating ensures you stay protected from the elements, while fully sealed seams keep moisture out of high impact areas.
Need some tunes for your ride? The Carson Jacket’s external access media pocket and headphone port allow you to bring your music wherever you shred.
There you have it guys – the hottest men’s outerwear for the 2019 ski season. Don’t miss out on all the great deals at SKIS.com this holiday season, and as always be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram @skisdotcom.http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.net/isotretinoin.html http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.net/kamagra.html http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.net/lasix.html http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.net/levaquin.html