Sort: Featured
Top Brands
View All Brands +
1345 products
View:  4896144|1345 Products
The North Face Men's Freedom Snow Bib
  • Almond Butter
  • Boysenberry/Almond Butter
  • Cave Blue
  • TNF Blk Tnal Mtnscpe Prnt
  • Asphalt Grey
  • TNF Black
The North Face Men's Freedom Snow Bib

$138.99 - $250.00

WAS: $250.00*

Extended Sizes
Obermeyer Women's Tuscany II Winter Jacket
Obermeyer Women's Tuscany II Winter Jacket

$128.99 - $279.00

WAS: $259.00 - $279.00*

Roxy Women's Nadia Ski Pants
Roxy Women's Nadia Ski Pants

$101.99 - $209.95

WAS: $179.95*

The North Face Men's Freedom Snow Pants
The North Face Men's Freedom Snow Pants

$103.99 - $200.00

WAS: $200.00*

Patagonia Men's Insulated Powder Town Jacket
  • Cabin Gold
  • Lagom Blue
  • Moose Brown
  • Nouveau Green
  • Plume Grey
  • Shrub Green
Patagonia Men's Insulated Powder Town Jacket

$239.99 - $399.00

WAS: $399.00*


Learn More About Snow Clothing

Conquer Any Slope With Snow Clothing

Gear up for winter with snow clothing from Public Lands.

Slip on a new ski jacket, pop on a pair of winter gloves, top it off with a winter hat and you're ready to head out into the cold.

You'll stay warm even when temperatures drop with quality snowboard and ski apparel from top brands like The North Face, Patagonia, Obermeyer, Helly Hansen and more.

Before you head out in the cold, figure out what snow clothing you'll need for your next adventure.

Types of Snow Clothing

Coats, pants, socks, boots, gloves, and hats are just the beginning. If you’re new to snow sports, you might need to put together a whole wardrobe.

Before choosing all your wardrobe elements, make sure that you know what features you’re looking for in each product. Otherwise, you could wind up with an outfit that doesn’t suit your needs.

Snow Apparel Features

Windproof winter gear should be a priority when putting together ski and snowboarding outfits. You’ll be moving quickly, perhaps even zooming downhill, so you need clothes that won’t allow wind to get through. In wet weather, waterproof and water-resistant apparel will keep you from getting soaked.

As you choose your insulation level, think about how cold you expect the weather to be. Even when it’s chilly out, you’ll generate warmth as you move around, so you might not need fully insulated clothes.

Lightweight apparel and packable apparel might add some convenience to your day. With lightweight clothing, you won’t get bogged down, and you can layer for warmer parts of the day. Packable items are easy to fold into smaller shapes so that you can pack without difficulty.


Choose from our selection of sustainable snow apparel. We offer options like preferred fibers, recycled content, Fair Trade Certified clothing, and organic clothing.

Of course, clothes aren't the only thing you need. Check out our selection of goggles and helmets to complete your ensemble.