It’s no secret to anyone that knows me that I love gear. Specifically ski gear. While we’re still working on this years gift guide there are a few great finds that we’re eying for this winter season (some of them on sale right now!)

Interested in buying new skis? Finally going to try out ski touring, but don’t know where to start? We’re here to help! We would be happy to answer any gear questions you have – reach out to us!


Glade Optics Adapt Goggles

Absolutely loving the new color combinations from Glade for this season. They now have their popular photochromic Adapt Goggles in a smaller version as well. These goggle lenses adjust tints as the weather changes which means no carrying around that extra lense or worrying about if you picked the right lenses for the day.Stio Men’s Colter Boot

New for this season Stio has released footwear! The perfect boot to slip on for your drive to the slopes and even better? The ones to slide your feet into once you take those boots off at the end of the day. They come in women’s colors and sizes as well, chek them out here – Stio Women’s Colter Boot.

Stoic Puffer Mittens

These cozy mittens are at the top of my list right now. They’re affordable and reviews all state how incredibly warm they are. From dog walks on chilly mornings to those dry frigid days on the slopes they’ll be put to good use.

Women’s Norrona Down Knickers

We’ve posted about these before, but here we are again reminding you just how good they are. Whether you’re an east coast or western skier these are sure to keep you warm without too much extra bulk. (Note: I wear them under my ski pants!) Run cold, but don’t think you need down? Check out the below…

Men’s Fernos Insulated Knickers

One of the most popular pieces of ski gear – and one that ALWAYS sells out – Stio’s knickers to keep those bottoms warm on the lift. These also come in a women’s version here.

Fischer Juniors’ One Ski Boot

My son can’t walk yet, but I’ve already started my research on the best ski gear for kids. Thankfully for him there have been a good deal of innovation since I learned to ski. These boots promise to be easy to get little feet into, lightweight, and have inner adjustable sizes for fast growing feet.

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.