Whether you ski, board, or are solely around for the après, the fact is you gotta look good when you hit the ski towns. It’s one of the sports that requires gear, and you always seem to need an extra something. Finding designer ski clothes is a rabbit hole once you get into all the accouterments, but one that’s a whole lot of fun.
When it comes to designer ski clothes, Moncler is in the Hall of Fame. Moncler began as a small clothing store in Italy and earned its reputation because of its merit. They use only the best materials that are perfectly tailored, and quite frankly, look expensive. The brand’s outerwear is flattering on any man, woman and child who they make clothing for. Additionally, Moncler ski wear is known for being warmer than other designer ski clothes.
Bogner is for those of you who turn the slopes into your own personal runway. The designer ski clothes are fashion forward and modern, while also keeping you warm.
Alp N Rock
Alp N Rock is the fun designer ski clothing brand that focuses on stylish, comfortable ski wear that is also sustainable. The brand sticks to the highest standards of environmental impact and pieces are also 100% cruelty free.
Fusalp is worn by Olympians and winter sports champions worldwide. Their outerwear is performance-based, lightweight and allows you to fly down the mountain. Of course you look pretty cool skiing in their designer ski clothes too.
Arc’teryx is the brain child of a group of climbers in North Vancouver. Necessity was the mother of invention in this case, where they needed clothes that were both warm and durable. Arc’teryx was born to create outerwear that won’t rip or break easily, even if you find yourself scaling a mountain.
Holden is the future of designer ski clothes, with clothing that is new and innovative. The brand is certainly fashion-forward, but focuses even more on quality, creating durable, fast-drying outerwear with materials that feel good.