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From the ski clothing that keeps you warm to the ski equipment you can't wait to ride, it's all here at Peter Glenn’s ski shop. We've got the latest technology in alpine skis, ski boots, ski bindings, and ski clothing and equipment from pros like Spyder, Rossignol,Volkl, Bogner, and K2 Ski. Check out our freestyle and all-mountain ski equipment for every skill level, or our women's-specific ski gear, and feel the difference of better technology. If you need help picking out the right ski equipment, let one of our ski shop experts assist.

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User Reviews of Products

"Amazing jacket "

This North Face NFZ GORE-TEX ski jacket is not cheap but definitely worth the money. It just feels so comfy and well made. I was nervous this jacket would be too flashy but I love it. Fits big which is good for me because I'm 6'2 280 lbs and XXL fits great with hoodie underneath.

Posted by Chris from Plattsburgh, NY on 11/26/2015 - 9:21pm
"Great Jacket"

It was just as it was described.

Posted by JKE from Upstate New York on 11/26/2015 - 9:03am

When the UPS man showed up to our house, my son couldn't wait to open the package! Was more than surprised with how awesome the jacket was! Fit perfectly with the info from the size chart! Loved dealing with Peter Glenn, just purchased and new The North Face jacket for my daughter! They are my go to place! Thank you for being honest and awesome!

Posted by Joe D from Connecticut on 11/25/2015 - 8:43pm
"Love my first helmet!!"

I know Bogner quality, so I chose this item for my first helmet. Hope it will perform as I love the comfort and looks.

Posted by Hana from California on 11/25/2015 - 3:16pm
"Beautiful and comfortable"

These are beautiful and most importantly really comfortable. They give where they need to give and although I haven't worn them on the slopes yet I am really looking forward to it! They run true to size. I am 6 ft tall and the length seems to be appropriate. I am becoming a huge Nils fan- they are flattering, well fitted and comfortable!

Posted by Vanessa from Phoenix, AZ on 11/25/2015 - 3:06pm
"Beautiful fur, fit and styling"

I have not worn it skiing yet but I can hardly wait to get on the slopes in this in Vail in just a couple weeks! It is simply beautiful and the lines and fitting is so flattering. It runs true to size or a little small because it is very fitted. I am 6 ft tall and it was a great length on me. I am usually about a size 8 in dresses but the 10 works great!

Posted by Vanessa from Phoenix, AZ on 11/25/2015 - 3:01pm
"Good quality! "

I liked the helmet- seemed like it runs a little small.

Posted by Colorado Cruiser from Grand Lake, Colorado on 11/24/2015 - 9:22pm
"Love em lots"

Wore them Sunday and loved the warmth, the fit, the look- I may have to get another pair in another color!

Posted by Colorado cruiser from Grand Lake, Colorado on 11/24/2015 - 9:18pm
"Score, I love them!!"

I haven't bought ski clothes for ten years so I was ready to update my look. I have kind of long legs and find looking for ski pants really frustrating. I'm a size 8 in street clothes (5'5 1/2 inches tall), but have had problems with ski pants either running really small or really large. This Descente pant fits me PERFECTLY in an 8. They are long enough, and have a really nice fit, not tight but not too big. I am not fat, but have a feminine, athletic, slightly curvy bird legs here, and I have a nice booty, (not fat, but not flat). This pant has a very comfortable fit on me. There are tabs at the waist that you can adjust to get the waist snugger or looser. I liked the way they fit so well that I bought in white and black. I highly recommend.

Posted by Tucson Ski Babe from Tucson on 11/23/2015 - 2:49pm
"Adequate winter coat for moderate winter use"

The medium size fits me well. I am about 5'8 170 lbs. My area is the mid-Atlantic, and our winters will usually not get many days below 30 F degrees until January. As I write this, it is late November. Even so, I got a chance to give the coat a test after dark last evening. The temperature was about 35 F degrees, and it was quite breezy. I was not out long when it became immediately apparent that this is not a coat for the colder northern climates. The wind seemed to penetrate the coat to some extent because my arms felt a little cold. No doubt I would have felt warmer had I worn a heavier shirt or sweater underneath the coat. Nevertheless, I was a little disappointed that the coat was not warmer than it was. I would probably want some additional layers underneath the coat if I were up on the slopes when the temperature is below 25 F and the wind is blowing.

Posted by Henry from Maryland on 11/23/2015 - 2:43pm