Temperatures dropped 20 degrees in 30 minutes at Denver International Airport last Monday, and it?s still frigid. Snow is falling though, and these cold temps mean early season snow will stick around, forming a solid base for December and January flakes. Conditions on the mountain should be prime for skiing and snowboarding this season, but forecasters say it will be another cold one.
Quality ski clothing will be essential to staying warm, dry and comfortable on the mountain. Mountain Threads rental ski jackets feature Columbia?s OmniHeat technology, designed to keep the heat in. Add a set of our Hot Chillys as a first layer, and you?ll beat the chill. So whether you?re heading to Colorado, Utah or the Northeast, Mountain Threads has rental ski and snowboard clothing to make your trip an epic (and warm!) one.