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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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"Great Jacket, Outstanding Customer Service"

Thanks to the early polar vortex in Chicago this jacket has already gotten lots of wear. It seems to be comfy and warm and I bought it a bit big so that my daughter can get two years at least out of it. Unfortunately, on the second wearing, the snap on the hood that attaches the fur trip to the actual hood was not properly secured and it came undone. I called Peter Glenn and without hesitation the customer service rep offered options to solve the problem. I ended up with a credit on my account so I could take the jacket to get fixed rather than having to be without one in the cold. The snap was fixed without any damage to the coat and it is as good as new (so far). Outstanding Customer Service-thank you!

Posted by Lauren from Illinois on 11/18/2014 - 4:14pm
"Awesome"

This is our second Obermeyer jacket and the quality is really second to none. Colors are even better in person. Fabric is awesome and cozy sections in all the right spots. Great product.

Posted by MeghDale from NH on 11/18/2014 - 1:44pm
"Great hat for kids - warm and comfortable. look great. "

My 3 year old son loves this Screamer hat. It is warm, comfortable and looks great. He get lots of compliments. It is great at covering over the ears so will keep him very warm and dry while sledding and playing outside. It is a big bit for a 3 year old and may also fit him next year as well.

Posted by Bill from Collinsville, CT on 11/18/2014 - 9:52am
"Perfect for special needs teen who cannot put fingers into glove"

These Spyder mittens are of excellent quality. We purchased two identical pairs in case one mitten got lost in the middle of winter (which has happened before). While these are supposed to be for toddlers, the XL size works great for my teenager with physical challenges. We just don't use the thumb. The velcro opening/closure allows us to easily get the mittens on/off him and the velcro band allows us to tighten them so that they stay on him when needed. We are thrilled that we have an option to keep our son's hands warm in the winter. Thank you for stocking these and thanks to the manufacturer for making them.

Posted by Benjamin's Mom from United States on 11/18/2014 - 6:35am
"Not for everyone!"

I purchased a pair of SmartWool socks a year ago. My first impression was positive, however they did not perform well in my boot. After an hour of skiing they felt very slick and I do not like the sensation of my feet floating, at least not when you carve on ice.

Posted by Les9 from Chicago on 11/17/2014 - 5:23pm
"Colder Weather is coming, Get ready!!"

I was online looking for items to wear with the winter season coming and just happened to come across the Peter Glenn site, I liked what i saw, so I placed an order for this Spyder Fleece top and have kept coming back, and now I feel prepared. Thanks for being there!

Posted by mrleon from homefront Clinton on 11/15/2014 - 1:57pm
"Nice fit, fabric, and great red color!"

My favorite ski pants are the Kjus Formula pants. However, they cost around $479. Ouch. These Spyder pants are $400 at full price, and I wouldn't have wanted to pay that, because for the $79 difference in price, the Kjus Formula's are a better pant. However, I got these on sale from PG for a good price, and I really wanted a pair of red ski pants. I took a star off of five due to the regular price, but also for the fact that they only have one tiny zippered pocket that will fit only a locker key or lip protection. There are no hip pockets, or lower leg pocket like the Formula pants have. Although they don't claim to have 4-way stretch like the Formula pants, they do have the stretch in the liner and the outer fabric is a 360 degree stretch which is probably the same as 4-way. Anyway,they feel good on. I also liked the "athletic" cut in the legs because I wear knee braces for skiing and many of the pants made today are being cut narrower in the knees for a nice fashion look. That doesn't work for my knee braces:} The 20,000 rating for breathability and waterproofness is excellent and the same as the Kjus Formula pants. They also don't have the waist adjustability like the Formula pants, but they do have a stretch insert on both sides of the waist. I wear a size 6 and still found them slightly big in the waist, but the pants have belt loops and a belt takes care of the waist nicely. The pants don't come with a belt. They do have a slim fit in the hips (like the Formula) and don't look like a snowboard "relaxed fit". They are definitely cut like a ski pant but have more room in the knee area than a lot of today's pant styles. The sale price of the pants made them an excellent buy, so if you are looking for a new pair of pants, and can live without the pocket situation, then you can't go wrong. I use my jacket pockets mostly anyway. (Snowboard pants usually have rear pockets and are cargo style pants). These still are flattering to the butt, unlike snowboard pants. I wear a size 4 in street fashion, but usually a size 6 in ski pants so these run true to size for most ski pants. Plenty of room for a base layer and still have a good fit. If you normally wear a size 6 in street wear, I would recommend the size 8. I do like to have some room in my ski pants. A smaller or adustable waist would have made them a perfect fit, but as mentioned, the belt does the trick for any sizing issues. The red is a perfect true red, and red pants are a hot color for the '14-'15 season. The pants are also offered in white and black, so if you don't want to spend a huge amount of money (like close to $500) on a ski pant, then you can't do better than these. I hate a ski pant that has a bulky insulation and the 40g of Primaloft is just right. Don't be deceived by PG's warmth rating because with a good base layer, these should have a wide range of temps. Just make sure, your base layer wicks away perspiration. I feel that I will be comfortable wearing them in single digit temps as well as spring temps. I haven't skied in them yet, but know from my Formula pants, how the warmth would be. The 20,000 for both the waterproofness and the breathability with the 40g of Primaloft tells the story. Grab them at this price, if you can. They are a deal:}

Posted by Toni M from San Diego on 11/14/2014 - 12:17pm
"Nice, but not for me"

I purchased four Smartwool products in this order, and this is the only one I returned. One reason I like Smartwool sweaters is their trim fit. I am six foot four inches tall with a 34" waist. I felt this sweater hung like a bag on me. Again, it is very nice; it was just not the right fit for my frame.

Posted by Skier and Liver from Connecticut on 11/14/2014 - 8:13am
"Awesome"

I bought this Screamer hat in a ski shop years ago. I wear it more to play golf in than skiing because I do more golf than skiing. I have never worn it that I don't get comments on it. I just ordered two more. I love the fact that it has a little brim on it and is perfect for golf. I gave some women the name inside just today!!

Posted by NA from Texas on 11/13/2014 - 3:56pm
"Good Product"

I like boot bag from Dakine. An easier way to transport my boot so they don't fall down every time I set them on the ground. Also, the small front pocket is perfect for my portable boot dryer.

Posted by Andrew from Oregon on 11/13/2014 - 1:49pm