An assortment of our favorite skiing gear & winter accessories

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Glade Photochromic Ski Goggles

It’s no secret that the conSKIerge team is a huge fan of Glade, exceptional goggles at a reasonable price. The photochromic lens adapts the tint to match the UV light – no more having to decide which lenses to use each day.

Sh*t That I Knit Motley Beanie

Sh*t That I Knit is a personal favorite for Charlotte. Their beanies are warm, come in a magnificent array of colors and are hand-crafted by women in Lima, Peru. A great gift for any skier, especially those who struggle significantly with helmet hair (who doesn’t?).

Alexandra Williams Design Ski Lodge iPhone Case

Hand painted iPhone cases available in a “snap case” option for a more low profile case or the “tough case” for those needing a little extra padding. Multiple ski inspired design options available!


Corbeaux Crystal CrewCorbeaux La Plata Legging

These base layers are warm, stylish and come in a variety of styles and colors (“stars” shown above). A surefire way to keep your loved ones well dressed on the slopes this season. Corbeaux Clothing makes men’s and women’s skiing and fitness clothing in the United States and are committed to sustainability.


Custom Grass Sticks

Who knew ski poles could be so much fun! Customize these poles with different color combinations and add  engraving for an extra personalized gift. Grass Sticks makes their bamboo ski poles in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and we’re such big fans of them we wrote an article dedicated to just how great they are – Grass Sticks aka you need new ski poles. Non skiers in your life? They make beautiful, lightweight SUP & canoe paddles too!


Mtn Straps Spanish Peaks Ski Pole Straps

Want to customize your Grass Sticks gift even further? Or on the hunt for a unique stocking stuffer? Check out Mtn Straps, a Bozeman, Montana based company with over 40 ski pole strap designs which easily swap out the standard straps poles come with.

Deuter Freerider 30

Extra layers? Snacks? Water? This season it will be important to arrive at the resorts prepared to be self-sufficient due to operating restrictions. The Deuter Freerider 30 is big enough to fit the day’s necessities without being too bulky. Backcountry days in your future? This pack includes a separate, easy access pocket for your probe and shovel.


Skida Face Mask

In order to access facilities at ski resorts this season you’ll be required to wear a face covering. And no, your ski buff will not count at many resorts. Skida, a Vermont based winter accessories company, has made these easy to wear masks that can be worn around your neck when not in public and then pulled over your nose and mouth upon arrival. Purchase a fask mask before November 30th for 15% of your purchase to be donated to Protect our Winters. 


Outdoor Tech Bluetooth Helmet Speakers

These “pucks” drop right into your helmet and connect to your phone via Bluetooth. The major perk? No more chilly hands when you feel your phone buzzing in your pocket – a simple click of the ear and you’ll be chatting away.


Astis Rhodes Long Cuff Mittens

Charlotte’s all-time favorite mittens. They’re beautifully crafted in the US, keep your fingers toasty and are great conversation starters for long lift lines.


Hestra Fall Line 3-Finger Glove

Not a fan of the tassels & beads? Hestra has you covered. These 3-finger gloves are a great alternative to a classic glove or mitten. Warmer than a glove and provides better dexterity than a mitten.

Julbo Vermont Classic Glacier Sunglasses

Backcountry skiing will be booming this season. Stay protected and look cool on the skin track with these sunglasses.


Bombas Performance Ski & Snowboard Nordic Socks

Bombas has a cult following and there is good reason for that. One can never have too many ski socks, and these keep toes warm without being too thick.

HydraPak Stow 500 ML

For those who are not a fan of skiing with a backpack, these lightweight, soft water bottles are perfect for filling and refilling and stuffing away in a jacket pocket.

The Man Behind the Maps

Many of you may be familiar with this coffee table book, but it is a must have for ski fanatics. The book features trail-maps hand painted by artist, Jamie Niehues, the man responsible for over 200 ski area maps throughout the world.


Classic Krakauer: Essays on Wilderness and Risk

Looking for a book of suspenseful adventure stories? Look no further than Jon Krakauer’s latest release full of stories from his many years as a mountaineer and journalist.


Lange Heated Boot Bag

This falls into the category of “don’t knock it till you’ve tried it.” Throwing your ski boots into this magic bag ensures they are dry and warm for your day on the slopes. Your boots will slide on your feet like slippers once they’ve spent the night or drive to the resort in this bag.


DryGuy Travel Dry Boot Dryer

Looking for a more cost friendly and lower profile boot dryer/heater? These get the job done in no time.

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.