Hooey Mountain “The Parking Lot” Image

Arguably the most fun find on this years gift guide are the Hooey Mountain images. The ski series are photographs of miniature antique figures from the 1930’s & 40’s. There are a variety of options (both framed or unframed) featuring all types of ski scenes. Take a look for yourself and pick one that fits the skier on your list.

Norrona Lyngen Down Knickers

These knickers feel a little ridiculous when you first put them on, but the second that bottom hits the cold chairlift you’ll be thankful. Gift to your favorite skier who always is just a little too cold! PS. The model shows them being worn over ski pants, but we recommend wearing them underneath ski pants, over your long underwear, for optimal warmth and protection.

Powder Days: Ski Bums, Ski Towns and the Future of Chasing Snow by Heather Hansman

Have a favorite skiing bookworm on your list? We’ve got them covered. Written by a veteran ski journalist and former ski bum, Powder Days takes you on adventure throughout the ski industry in America, both its history and its future. Grab a copy for yourself while you’re at it!

Skida X Wild Rye Alpine Neckwarmer

In our opinion, one can never have enough neckwarmers. Grab this bright and happy pattern from Skida and Wild Rye for a great stocking stuffer. Extra cozy points for the fleece lining sure to keep your skiers toasty on a cold day.

Ski Resort Holiday Pajama Set

While some of our items on this years gift guide are not exactly ski “gear” we are pretty confident everyone has someone on their list that would absolutely love these cozy skier pajamas.

Classic Give’r Gloves

A slightly lined, leather beeswaxed glove for everyday use, a day on the slopes, stacking the wood pile and really anything winter life brings. Add the recipients initials for an extra personalized gift!

ChappyWrap Ski First Tracks Blanket

ChappyWrap blankets are ridiculously soft and their first tracks option makes for the perfect gift for any ski fanatic on your list! (this one is on Charlotte’s wish list for this holiday season)

Stio Skycrest Insulated Snap Shirt

A day in the backcountry, the resort or walking the dog this is the best layer any skier can own. It comes in both mens and womens and in a variety of colors or patterns. This one is a conSKIerge favorite all year long!

Gogglesoc x Protect our Winters

OK, we know these are arguably a little “dorky”, but who wants scratched goggles? These should be in every skiers jacket pocket, ready to pop on when your in for lunch, at apres and done for the ski day. For every one sold, Gogglesoc will donate $5 to Protect our Winters.

Lenz Heated Socks

For the skier who just cannot keep those toes warm! These socks are a luxury. Controlled from your smartphone, the Lenz Heated Socks will give chilly skiers no excuse to head inside.

Thule RoundTrip Double Ski Roller

Headed on a ski trip this winter? While lugging skis through the airport is an excellent pre-season workout it gets old fast. This Thule bag is a conSKIerge favorite and can hold two pairs of skis and ski poles, plus some bonus room for outwear. Lighten the load for your destination skier.

L.L.Bean Wool Slipper Clog

Every skier needs a good pair of apres clogs. These have the comfort of a traditional slipper with the added bonus of a rubber sole for running out to grab more firewood.

Mtn Straps Dog Leash

Mtn Straps was featured on last years gift guides with their ski pole straps. This year, treat a dog loving skier with the perfect dog leash coming in two different sizes and mountain options all designed by artists from across the west.

Alexandra Williams Design – Snow Day Wrapping Paper

Wrap your gifts on theme this holiday season. Alexandra Williams Design features a variety of winter scenes in her wrapping paper, gift tags and note paper. We cannot resist!

Alta Starry Night Card

Top off the ski gift with the perfect card from a local Alta artist who makes these beautiful watercolor images.


Hoping for more? Our 2020 Gift Guide includes some more of our top favorites!

Have questions or want additional recommendations? Reach out! hello@conskierge.ski
conSKIerge co-founder

Charlotte Miller caught the ski bug early from her dad. An avid skier and gearhead, Charlotte claims Sugarbush, Vermont and Alta/Snowbird, Utah as her home mountains. In addition, she has explored many other resorts throughout North America and northern Japan. Despite having a job in the corporate world, she skis 40+ days a year. She is an Ambassador for Atomic. Warning – while she loves to share her love for the mountains with others, don’t try to keep up with her on the hill – it won’t end well.