Ski clothing is vital to a great day of skiing at the ski resort. Featuring the best selection of ski jackets, ski pants, beanies, ski gloves, ski mitts, hoodies, and base layers at The House. Whether the weather is calling for 40°F and sunny, dumping whiteout conditions, or freezing cold below zero temps, The House has you covered for any condition the ski resort throws at you so you can keep on skiing no matter the climate. We carry nothing but the best from top ski brands like the North Face, Patagonia, Arc’teryx, Flylow, Columbia, Marmot, Mountain Hardwear, Rossignol, Salomon, 2117, and many more ensuring you can stand out on the ski hill without breaking the bank. Shop the House for all your Ski wear needs and keep the elements out in your favorite ski outfit next time you plan on carving up your favorite mountain when the conditions call for something more than a cotton hoodie and a pair of jeans.

With the right fundamental knowledge on what to wear skiing, you won't have to worry about getting cold or wet on the slopes! From base layers and mid-layers to outer shells, and heavy insulation jackets, it helps to be in the know on what types of clothing will help you have the best experience skiing.

Don't even think about going skiing without being properly dressed and properly equipped for the cold. Wearing proper ski clothing isn't just warm, it also protects the skier from small injuries and offers maximum comfort to enjoy spending a day out in the mountains surrounded by snow, wind and ice. Put on the base layer, step into ski pants, tuck a ski jacket on, slip on the socks, secure that beanie on your head, and strap in your gloves. Now you're ready to rock the hillside.

Dressing in ski clothing ensures both safety and comfort. Start off with a warm base layer, which is either a top, long pants, or a body suit constructed with insulated fabric that wicks away sweat for warmth and dryness. Follow that by zipping up a cozy ski jacket made from fabric that is both waterproof and breathable to keep the snow out. Slip into your comfy, high socks, fabricated with material to keep your feet dry and not stinky. Put on your ski pants to keep your legs warm and dry while retaining flexibility for maximum mobility. A beanie on your head protects your ears from the cold and keeps your noggin plenty warm. And lastly, a pair of ski gloves completes your ski outfit by ensuring your hands stay warm.

Keep safe on the slopes with ski clothing. It doesn't just protect you from the elements; it helps protect you from injury if you slip up a bit. Dress properly and you'll be king of the snowy hills.