All the best ski gear deals from the SKIS.com Tent Sale

The one upside to the end of ski season: the beginning of ski sale season! With plenty of inventory – including gear from just last season – still left over from winter, prices get marked down big time once the snow stops falling.

While buying ski gear for next season may not be atop the priority list for you at the moment, don’t let that stop you from cashing in on some killer deals on skis, boots, outerwear and all that other good stuff. In fact, June is actually the perfect time to snag the gear you’ll be showing off on the slopes next season (so add it to that “to-do” list ASAP).

You see, shopping ski gear deals in June not only affords you the chance to take advantage of huge deals, but it’s still early enough that you get a quality selection to choose from. It may be tempting to wait it out a few more months to see if the prices drop an extra few bucks, but you risk missing out on grabbing the exact styles, sizes and colors you’re searching for.

With that in mind, our annual Tent Sale is back to supply you with all that sleek gear you ogled over at the beginning of the season, but for a fraction of that pre-season price. You want hot deals? You’ll need oven mitts to handle these piping-hot savings. Let’s check out some of the best values Tent Sale has to offer:


Faction Nine5 Men’s Skis

(62% off)

Faction Nine5 Mens Skis

The Faction Nine5 Skis are an advanced to expert level ski with power and control – and you can get it at less than half of what it would of cost you a few months ago. It’s not often you find such an aggressive ski for such a reasonable price.

 


Atomic Waymaker 110 Men’s Ski Boots

(47% off)

Atomic Waymaker 110

Quality, well-fitting boots are hard to find. Even harder to find are quality, well-fitting boots at a price that won’t make you want to scream. The Atomic Waymaker Boots are one of the rare exceptions, a ski boot that won’t restrict movement or comfort.

 


Roxy Shima 96 Women’s Skis

(62% off)

Roxy Shima 96 Wmns Skis

For ladies who like to go big, for less. The Roxy Shima 96 Skis are advanced level powder skis built with a wider waist width for taking on any terrain. Considering the Shima also excels in-bounds, it’s like you’re getting two pairs of skis for the (still pretty cheap) price of one.

 


Double Diamond Daze Women’s Insulated Jacket

(59% off)

Double Diamond Daze Jacket

The bright fluorescent colors of the Double Diamond Daze Jacket are just tame enough to let you reminisce of retro ski style without going full 90’s. And at only $89.99, you’re getting a highly-functional jacket with 100g of insulation to go with that style.

 


Blizzard Sheeva Twin Jr. Kids’ Skis

(28% off)

Blizzard Sheeva Twin Jr.

Teaching your little grom to ski has never been cheaper. For well under $200 you’ll get not only the beginner-friendly Blizzard Sheeva Kids’ skis but the IQ 4.5 bindings with them, everything needed for your child’s abilities to grow along with their love for the sport.

 


Giro Blok Goggles

(44% off)

Giro Blok Goggles 2017

Less than your average apres ski tab, the Giro Blok goggles offer you eye-opening clarity and an expansive view of all your mountain surroundings. You’re bound to find what you’re looking for with the eight different frame/lens combinations, including lenses for any type of light condition.

 


Atomic Redster WC Mikaela Helmet

(67% off)

Atomic Redster WC Mikaela

You may not be able to ski like Mikaela Shiffrin, but you can at least pretend in the Atomic Redster WC Mikaela helmet. Complete with her trademark “ABFTTB” – Always Be Faster Than The Boys – on the back, this race-style helmet can now be yours for less than a third of its original price.

 

 


No matter where you explore, paddle or climb this summer, you’ll sleep easy knowing you already knocked your ski gear buying for next season out of the park.

Hooked on the deals? Take a look at our Tent Sale page on Skis.com for the full list of gear that’s on sale.

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