Nobody knows why you crave time in the mountains more than Ski.com does, and nobody knows how to guide you there better. But, when it comes to the gear you use when you get there, we refer to our partner brands who know a few things about the joy of sliding on snow. Just like the vacation components we package together for you, we have personally tested these brands’ products in the wild and can vouch for them. Additionally, they’re made by folks just like us: people who are enthusiastic about being in the outdoors and sharing that experience with others.
Whether you’re looking for a travel bag for your boots, a helmet and goggle combo to keep you safe and comfortable or a stylish, warm and technical jacket for yourself or a child, we have you covered. Browse our partner brands below, and be sure to click on the links to give them a closer look. And remember that when you book your trip with Ski.com, you will unlock exclusive offers and deals to help you get prepared for your ski trip.
Founded in Hawaii in 1979, Dakine creates purpose-built packs and bags, accessories, apparel, and outerwear for people who love to surf, snowboard, mountain bike, ski, windsurf, kiteboard and travel. From the mountains to the sea and the lifestyle in between, Dakine builds trusted products for life’s adventures.LEARN MORE
Founded in Santa Cruz, California in 1985, Giro Sport Design is a leader in the design, fit and engineering of innovative products that complement the body and enhance the rider’s experience. From the first lightweight, high-performance helmets for cycling and snowsports, to category-leading goggles, apparel, footwear and accessories, Giro is committed to being the first choice of riders because we understand that riding is the best part of a great life. It’s why we obsess about gear and constantly daydream about the next ride, the next pow day, the next competition, the next adventure. We Live for This.LEARN MORE
The first Swiss outdoor kids label, Namuk produces durable, well thought-out and, most importantly, child-friendly outdoor clothes that are both sensible and fun… and endure all kinds of mischief. We are an experienced team of creative designers, product developers and material experts and have been designing and developing technical and functional clothing for more than twenty years with great passion.Learn More
Founded in Aspen, Colorado, Strafe is a collection of passionate individuals whose drive for adventure is rivaled only by our commitment to creating modern mountain apparel that doesn’t compromise performance, quality, or style. We like going fast, and we’re continually inspired by a dedication to living life in the mountains and making versatile gear designed to perform across all conditions. We’re athlete-owned, so we make the gear we need.LEARN MORE
Strafe and Ski.com teamed up to create the ultimate guide to dressing for a day spent on the mountain. When getting dressed and layering up we like to think of it simply in terms of baselayer, insulation, and outerwear according to activity, effort, and temperature. Read our article on how to dress for varied mountain conditions and weather.READ MORE
blackcrows, an independent French freeski brand hailing from Chamonix, emerged in 2006 through the vision of professional freeskiers Camille Jaccoux and Bruno Compagnet. blackcrows was born from the desire to harmonize aesthetic, functionality and efficiency in ski equipment.
The team crafts meticulously designed products that seamlessly blend high-performance equipment with a distinctive identity tailored to modern skiing. Their ethos is rooted firmly in the belief that “ski culture is a window to the world.”LEARN MORE
If you’ve seen a trail map, you’re probably familiar with James who’s been painting aerial mountain views since 1986. The first ski map was in 1988, and since then he’s created over 350 different mountain views for resorts, tourist bureaus, golf communities and outdoor sports related entities. His art can be found all over the world from the US to Canada, China, Australia, Chile, Japan, Korea, Scotland, New Zealand and Serbia.