Our big winter sale is well underway but there’s still time to grab yourself a treat before it’s gone. We’ve picked out a few of the best deals across ski, snowboard and soft goods so you can see the sort of stuff that’s ready and waiting for you to take it home. There are deals and there are steals to be had, so dive in!
DPS Wailer 99 Foundation | £449.96 | 25% off
The Wailer is DPS’s flagship all-mountain ski and the 99mm waist width version is ready to go anywhere, with great performance on the piste or in the park, and enough float to reap plenty of enjoyment from a powder day or two. The Foundation core version gives you a high-performance but more affordable way to get involved in the extremely desirable and well-respected DPS range – and at 25% off right now it’s as good a price as ever. Trust us – you don't see these puppies discounted very often.
If you want the top-of-the-range Pure3 carbon core then they’re sitting at a tasty 20% off, while the ultra-lightweight Tour1 touring version is at 20% off too.
If you’ve been considering the Wailer, now’s the time to take the plunge. If you haven’t been considering the Wailer, what the hell’s wrong with you? It’s a beast of a ski going at a great price.
Scarpa Maestrale | £299 | 25% OFF
The Scarpa Maestrale is somewhat of a modern classic. It’s become one of Scarpa’s most popular ever boots and gained massive respect amongst the alpine touring community in recent years. Known for being a no-nonsense, super-reliable boot, with a great walk mode and huge range of movement, that’s plenty stiff enough to eat up any descent you can throw at it – the Maestrale comes highly recommended.
They’re finally being replaced with a new model next season (which history tells us, isn’t always a good thing) so now’s the time to grab a high-performance classic, that’s totally dialled-in design-wise, for a superb price at 25% off retail. Don’t miss out on this one…
Shope the Scarpa Maestrale now.
Lange XT 100, 120 and 130 | £244.96, £279.96 and £314.96 | 30% OFF
The Lange XT has gained a great reputation as a hard-charging medium-width alpine freeride boot that’ll give you fantastic on-piste and off-piste performance. They’re at the lighter end of the alpine boot spectrum without sacrificing any of the performance, and you get the added benefits of a hike mode and grippy sole to make short hikes or skins into the sidecountry a total doddle.
The 130 is the high-performance daddy, for expert freeride rippers who want that added hike/ride flexibility. The 120 and 100 are ideal for lighter riders or those of you who just like a bit more of a forgiving forward flex.
They’re all at 30% off right now, which is a fantastic deal for a solid set of all-mountain weapons.
Rome Gang Plank | £258.96 | 30% OFF
What’s better than an affordable all-mountain jib stick? An affordable all-mountain jib stick that’s got 30% off the retail price. In our opinion, the Gang Plank was arguably more fun than its big brother – the Mod Rocker – and at this price, it’s an absolute steal.
With a flat or zero camber between the feet and rocker outside that, this is a playful beast, built for butters and running trains on trannies with your best buds. Basalt plates beneath your bindings soak up heavy landings and rebound sidewalls protect your core against those bonks and dings so you know it’s durable and built to last. Side-hits and slashes – all in a day’s work for the Gang Plank.
Super fun. Super cheap. Get on it.
Shop the Rome Gang Plank now.
Burton Lexa | £143.46 | 30% OFF
The Lexa is the biggest selling women’s binding of all time. That means there are a lot of sisters out there riding a set of these and coming back for more. It also means there’s a hell of a lot of them out there that paid full price for these babies and were very happy at that. Now you can get in on the action for a whopping 30% off. Can’t say fairer than that!
The Lexa is a superb all-mountain binding, flexing slightly stiffer than mid flex, with a Re:Flex baseplate for playful skate feel and DialFLAD forward lean adjustment for on-the-fly tweaks to get that setup just right. It’s no surprise that it’s so popular with Burton team riders and beyond.
Looking fly in her snow leopard getup, the Lexa is will add an element of bling to your setup in time for that next trip.
Shop the Burton Lexa now.
Arc’Teryx Sphene Jacket | £349.96 | 30% OFF
The genius thing about a system of layers that relies on a lightweight, waterproof and breathable outer shell, is that the shell is good to use all year round. Even if the winter SUCKS, as it has done here in Scotland, you’re gonna get use out of one of these bad boys all through the summer on those rainy hikes and camping trips or mornings out with the dog. Buy a quality example and, hell, it might well be the only technical waterproof outer shell you ever need.
The Arc’Teryx Sphene is one of those quality examples. A real classy number, it’s probably the only outer shell you’ll ever need. And at 30% off, there’s never been a better time to buy.
It’s got those classic Arc’Teryx looks, that’ll fit right in on your next expedition just as well as they will on the school run. Constructed from GORE-TEX pro with insane 28k/25k waterproof and breathability rating, taped seams, vents, powder skirt and all the other bells and whistles you’d expect from a jacket of this quality, it’s just worth every penny.
Yes, it’s still an investment piece even at 30% off, but if you’ve been holding out for something like this, you simply won’t be disappointed with the Sphene.
Shop the Arc’Teryx Sphene Jacket now.
Virtika Signature Jacket | £185.46 | 30% OFF
Okay, so some of us are happier in the park than we are skinning up mad peaks, we’re not all made of money, and if there’s one thing that jackets like the Arc’Teryx lack, it’s a bit of steeeeze. Thankfully, that’s where jackets like the Virtika Signature come in.
At 30% off it’s coming in at half the price of something like the Arc’Teryx, but with no less impressive 25k/25k waterproof and breathability stats. It’s packing some lightweight insulation too, so should keep you warmer on those long cold chair rides, but with no less than six mesh zipper vents you can keep things cool and breathable for those days hiking the pipe or boot-packing out to some sidecountry freshies.
It comes in a nice mix of loud and more muted colourways, all with the same relaxed, lengthy fit that any self-respecting newschooler is looking for. A bargain at 185 quid.
Shop the Virtika Signature Jacket now.
Saga Fatigue Jacket | £122.97 | 40% OFF
If the Virtika’s still a bit out of your budget at this time in the season, but you like that generous freeski fit with a longer slimmer profile then there are a few options from the ever-popular Saga with a massive 40% off.
The Fatigue jacket uses their own SAGA-Tek 2 layer fabric, with a perfectly respectable 15k/10k waterproof and breathability rating and DWR coating. A little insulation mapped more in the torso than the arms, and a tonne of big deep pockets to stash your stuff, complete what is a very compelling package at just 122 quid.
Shop the Saga Fatigue Jacket now.
Mons Royale Covert Tech Sweater | £68.97 | 40% OFF
If you want a midlayer that isn’t going to stink like high hell after a few rides and looks great around town or on a night out, look no further than the Mons Royale Covert Tech Sweater. Made from 100% merino and with the stealthy styling that we’ve come to expect from those classy New Zealanders, it’s just another example of how technical clothing doesn’t need to fit the outdoorsy mould of old.
At 40% off, it can be yours for a great price too.
Remember, if you like the look but you're looking for something lighter, we've got the Coreshot Raglan Baselayer at 40% off too. Hell, why not double up and get them both!
Shop the Mons Royale Covert Tech Sweater now.
Armada Multiply Pullover Tech Hoodie | £41.97 | 40% OFF
If affordable synthetics are your thing, and you like the longer fits and steezier styles that you get from freeski pioneers like Armada, then the Multiply Tech Hoodie is a great shout.
Also with a massive 40% off, with a hydrophobic construction material, the Multiply hoodie is ideal to wear on its own for those spring park laps, or you can chuck a shell on over it and it works great as a midlayer too.
There’s a bunch of different colourways still available and they’re all guaranteed to look sweet when you’re propping up the bar after a successful day’s sending it!
Shop the Armada Multiply Pullover Tech Hoodie now.