BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Michigan — Skis.com, the innovative online ski shop, wants to remind all skiers about the importance of a good pair of ski pants when assembling a winter wardrobe.
Especially for new skiers, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of purchasing a brand new set of skis or a jacket. Skis.com owner Steve Kopitz suggests keeping ski pants top of mind, too.
“A proper pair of ski pants is critical to an enjoyable day on the mountain for any skier,” said Kopitz. “Wet legs become cold and stiff legs, especially on long chairlift rides. Investing in a good pair of pants will keep a skier warm and dry and translate to many more hours on the slopes.”
Ski pants needs to be waterproof and breathable to keep you dry and well insulated to keep you warm. Kopitz also recommends that skiers consider purchasing ski pants with zippered vents, which will allow them to let in air to avoid overheating.
“There have been significant advances in ski pants and outerwear since my days as a teenager skiing in blue jeans,” said Kopitz. “New technology enables manufacturers to make men’s and women’s ski pants that are sleeker and less bulky without reducing their ability to keep skiers warm. Skis.com provides skiers with a selection that includes a wide variety of styles, colors and brands.”
Skis.com makes it easy for skiers of all experience levels to find the ski wear and equipment they need. Its advanced filtering system allows them to search by multiple criteria simultaneously, using a system that quickly pares down the Web site’s large inventory. Customers can shop for brand names like Obermeyer and Spyder for men’s or women’s ski pants, while also narrowing the search by price, size, and color.
The site also includes several unique features that enable shoppers to benefit from the type of advice normally found only in dedicated brick and mortar ski shops. An extensive library of videos, both expert tutorials and actual on the mountain equipment reviews, give skiers the information they need to make the best purchase for them.
For more information on ski wear, such as men’s and women’s ski pants, please visit Skis.com.