Mens Outerwear and Outdoor Clothing

If you're looking for high-quality, technical mens outerwear or gear for the trails, slopes, or the lodge then Peter Glenn has you covered. We have a huge selection of mens outdoor clothing from top brands like Spyder, Obermeyer, 686, Marker Ski, and The North Face, as well as mens outdoor gear from Burton, K2, Ride Snowboards, and many others.

Choosing the right mens outdoor clothing and gear – everything from ski clothing, snowboard jackets, hiking backpacks, to snowboard boots – can be tricky. Peter Glenn is staffed with experts ready to help find the right fit for outerwear and best outdoor gear for your experience level.

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User Reviews of Products

"Great Helmet - Great Sound - Great Fit! "

I just purchased this Head Rebel Audio Helmet from Peter Glenn and I am very pleased. The quality is excellent. Even though my size is 58/59 the fit of the XL/XXL is fine. Furthermore, the music (played through my iPhone) sounds great (at sea level, I will need to check it out on the slopes). Finally, the people at Peter Glenn Ski and Sports are the best!!!

Posted by Stephen from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida on 02/05/2016 - 9:11am

Great diverse waterproof winter jacket. I love it!

Posted by 2xart from NC on 02/04/2016 - 5:50pm
"Fine Mid weight jacket-NOT for Michigan winter"

Lovely jacket, true to size. Nice appearance.

HOWEVER, shell promotes cold due to material and cold penetrates at wrist because the inner sleeve is non existent. Those elastic sleeves just don't make it in my book without an inner sleeve to stop wind and cold. If you want a warm down jacket that is not canvas or heavy in weight, buy at least 850 down fill for a cold Michigan or Minnesota weather. This 700 fill down is just not warm enough for temps below 20 degrees.

Posted by Christopher Cory from Canton, MI on 02/04/2016 - 11:20am
"Comfortable and warm but not waterproof/resistant at all"

They are comfortable and warm but as water resistant as a sponge. First time it rained my feet were wet. Second time, same thing. Unfortunately the reason I purchased these shoes were for their waterproof/resistant capabilities. Now I use them as expensive slippers.

Posted by Bob from New York City on 02/03/2016 - 3:58pm
"Great Boot Warm and Waterproof"

I bought these for my son who has not had a pair of real boots in a few years. He wore these canvass boots. We live in Buffalo, New York. You need great boots. He's very particular about what he likes. These met his approval. They are stylish and functional and seem like they will last for many years. He liked their warmth and their ability to keep him dry. He bought a size bigger and they fit perfectly. He wears them with a big smile.

Posted by Pat from Buffalo, New York on 02/03/2016 - 2:27pm
"Super fast shipping "

Fast fast fast. Awesome product.

Posted by Tnitz from North Carolina on 02/03/2016 - 7:00am
"Great Boot For The Price"

Very comfortable and easy to get in and out of. I was able to adjust the tightness of the boots very easily. The softer boot made a difference at the end of the day by keeping my feet comfortable.

Posted by Jon T. from Orlando, FL on 02/02/2016 - 11:25pm
"Warmest Mittens - EVER"

Great mittens. I bought these for my husband after he saw how well the women's version kept me warm in the frigid Chicago temps. Best ever.

Posted by F. A. Hayek from Chicago on 02/01/2016 - 4:18pm

Two layer GORE-TEX is soft and supple. Bought this jacket to replace my 1999 vintage Mountain Light shell, which I'm still wearing for work. Only feature I miss is the self-stow/stuff pocket inside. Great jacket and zip-in down insert is just warm enough.

Posted by Bill from Virginia on 02/01/2016 - 2:33pm
"Mixed reviews"

The mitt is well made. Peter Glenn gave good service. The problem I had was big difficulty getting it on and off, almost a deal breaker. I measure a size large. I ordered an XL. The elastic part of the wrist was too tight, especially the right mitt. I put in a good deal of work stretching the mitts, and I did keep them.

Posted by Hill from New Hampshire on 02/01/2016 - 12:19pm