Womens Outerwear and Outdoor Clothing

If you want womens outerwear and gear to perform like a pro, but still look feminine then you're in the right place. From our high-end, stylish womens outdoor clothing from brands like Bogner, Nils, and UGG Boots to the performance womens outerwear and gear from The North Face, Spyder, Kjus, and Burton, we've got womens gear to make you feel warm and look great.

Peter Glenn offers a huge selection of womens ski jackets, womens ski pants, snowboards, alpine skis, and much more. Let our experts help select the outdoor clothing and gear for your next big adventure!

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User Reviews of Products

"Bad fit"

When I saw this ski jacket I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED the look of it and ordered it to wear this weekend. It arrived on Tuesday and is heading back to the store because the fit was so off - it didn't even look like the same jacket! I am 5'8" and about 130 pounds - I am slim through the torso but do have broad shoulders and ordered up a size for arm movement - to an 8. In clothes I am usually a 4, but jackets a 4/6 depending on style. The Bogner I bought is an 8 and fits great. This jacket is really loose through the body - although the arms and shoulders are ok. It did not look slim fit at all, very bummed that its going back - but just so off in fit that it can't stay

Posted by LC from Chicago on 11/27/2014 - 10:00am

This ski jacket is exactly as expected. The lines are beautiful and the fabric is quality. Fantastic ski jacket from Obermeyer.

Posted by Diane from North Carolina on 11/25/2014 - 5:42am
"Impress with the best"

I really wanted to buy the BEST, and of course you can't get any better than Bogner. This is a gorgeous ski jacket. I tried it on in the store, but they did not have my size, so I went online for my size. Obviously this is pricey, but price is non-negotiable for this particular line. You won't find this jacket for less any where else. Peter Glenn is also an honorable merchant and stands up behind their return policies, so don't be afraid to order online. You can return, or bring to the local store for refund within their timelines. The quality is impeccable and they have a very updated selection of brands for all budgets.

Posted by Kathy Gross from Delray Beach FL on 11/24/2014 - 8:59pm
"Sizing is true"

I got the large size in this Canada Goose parka and it is bulky looking on the outside. The button of sleeve is a bit awkward but other then that I am comfortable with how the coat fits. Very thin women can probably choose a smaller size, but I would recommend anyone who doesn't want a tight fit to stay there regular size. The drawstrings definitely help.

Posted by Hj197 from Nyc on 11/22/2014 - 1:48am
"Love the boot but runs small"

I really loved the boot but the sizing runs small. I normally wear a 10 in womens, and I ordered a 11 and it was too small.

Posted by Terri from Chicago on 11/20/2014 - 8:29am
"Best winter stirrup pants ever"

I'd never been aware of Bogner before finding these online when I was looking for warm stirrup pants for winter outdoor activity in MT. In spite of the price, I decided to order them to see if I liked them enough to keep them. These pants far exceeded my expectations in quality, fabric, cut, styling, and fit. Usually I wear a size 4 but after reading carefully decided to order size 6 because I thought the elastic waist might bind. I don't know how much difference there is in sizing but the 6 fits perfectly as if it was constructed on my body. The fabric is extremely thick but soft and flexible, and it repels snow and water as well as hair from our red dog. They're comfortable for hiking, snowshoeing, Xcountry skiing, wearing to work, and wearing to dinner, and they look extremely cool in all those situations. The waist is snug but not too tight and doesn't drift downward with activity and movement, something that I have trouble with in certain other brands. I'll find out soon enough about sizing differences because I ordered size 10 because it was the smallest size I could get in the red color, which is on sale and looks very cool. These pants are definitely worth the high price and they seem like they will last for years.

Posted by Darlene from Montana on 11/19/2014 - 9:39pm
"Comfy pants"

These ski pants are comfortable. They feel like a regular pair of pants but with an appropriate insulation. The fit is phenomenal. I love Fera's design.

Posted by Happy shopper from San Jose, California on 11/19/2014 - 8:48pm
"Love it"

Beautiful M Miller jacket. Fits true to size, stitching across the middle gives impression of nipped in waist and not bulky. Jacket is shorter than I anticipated but fine if your are average height. Luxurious fur trim. Can't wait to wear this on the slopes.

Posted by Caroline Anderson from Scotland on 11/19/2014 - 5:26am
"Love it!"

I love this jacket, very warm, and the waterproofing is a big plus, especially living in NYC. I am 5'3" around 130 pound; Medium is too big on me, I have to reorder for a small size. This Canada Goose jacket is a great investment, and will keep you warm and dry during the winter.

Posted by CCNYC from New York on 11/17/2014 - 9:34pm
"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