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

"Excellent product and shipping!"

This Quicksilver snowboard jacket is an excellent product. It has great quality and it is also stylish!

Posted by Luke from Website on 12/18/2014 - 10:07am
"Great KJUS product"

This is another great KJUS product. I love these Formula gloves! They are simple and effective. I highly recommend them.The people at Peter Glenn are responsive and efficient. I would order from them again and have done so a couple times recently. One would not expect such quality and efficiency for ski products from Florida but they will surprise you! They know their stuff and carry the very best quality.

Posted by Bil Smith from San Francisco, California on 12/18/2014 - 9:48am
"Sleeves are too long"

We will keep this Bogner ski jacket but we found that the sleeves are far too long.

Posted by Shopping4boys from Largo, FL on 12/17/2014 - 11:09pm
"Good value fits man with big head"

My husband needed a hat like this to wear under his ski helmet (as it bothers him.) This one stretches to fit his head just fine (and he has a larger head than many grown men.

Posted by Jane from Boston on 12/17/2014 - 1:43pm
"Canada Goose is a must for winter"

You may need to consider getting 1 size down. Even though I checked all the user reviews and compared all size chart dimensions, and the small is still a little bulky-look for 5 foot 9 inch, 180 lbs, if you plan to wear 1 shirt inside. I tried to do exchange for XS but no luck on the inventory since price is too good among all major sites.

Posted by MAN-X from United States on 12/16/2014 - 8:01pm
"Legitimate down vest"

This Burton insulator vest is super warm, and super light. It is high quality, the zipper is smooth and material is soft and comfortable throughout. I have only been riding with it three times, but it has already earned a place as a staple in cold conditions. It fits under shell jackets lovely, it feels loose and comfortable. If you wear a thermal first layer, a hoodie and this vest it is more than enough to stay warm. It also works great for street wear. My only slight compliant is the bottom cord is a little to tight (some might see this as a plus).

Posted by C Rob from United States on 12/16/2014 - 9:38am
"Didn't like the jacket"

I did not like the style on this Obermeyer jacket, the zipper was not covered, so I decided to return it.

Posted by Tim from Fenton, MI on 12/14/2014 - 9:04am
"Perfect fit especially through the shoulders"

This is a well constructed mid layer by Descente, it fits perfectly over a base layer. Nice two tone styling. It is lightweight and not bulky.

Posted by GN from New York from New York on 12/13/2014 - 10:20am
"Great fit and a little heavier than some of the other mid layers"

This fit on the Sunice top is snug but not tight, the collar when fully zipped leaves room to move. The overall weight is a little heavier than other mid layers so this one will be good for a slightly colder day.

Posted by GN from New York from New York on 12/13/2014 - 10:18am
"Nice gloves"

I lost one of my previous Gordini gloves but since they were so good, I looked for another pair. My previous gloves were size large, and roomy. I almost ordered size medium but fortunately I didn't because the new ones actually fit tight. Good gloves are essential in a Minnesota winter!

Posted by Phil from Minneapolis on 12/13/2014 - 9:28am