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Now’s The Cheapest Time To Replace Your Kid’s Outgrown Jackets and Pants

If your kid's pants were looking like high waters this spring, act soon to snag the best end-of-season deal on youth ski apparel.

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If you noticed that your kiddo’s ski pants were getting a little short during that last outing this spring, it’s a great time to get ahead of the game and nab the next size up—at a major discount—for next season. After all, no one wants to pay full price on ski gear that will be too small by the end of next season.

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The good news is that there are great sales going on right now and enough inventory still in stock to provide a good selection on sizes and colors. We went shopping on your behalf and rounded up the best deals on in-stock ski jackets and pants for boys and girls. 

The Best End-of-Season Deals on Kid’s Ski Apparel

Girl’s Ski Jackets and Pants

Obermeyer Taja Print Insulated Jacket

  • Original price: $159.50
  • Sale price: $124.93
Obermeyer Taja Jacket
(Photo: Courtesy of Obermeyer)

Obermeyer makes some of the best quality kids gear on the market, and getting it on sale is a really sweet deal. This insulated ski jacket has all the same features as an adult jacket, such as a snap-away powder skirt, zippered hand-warmer pockets, detachable goggle cloth, and fully sealed seams to keep your little ripper toasty warm. Speaking of warmth, the Taja jacket boasts 140-gram synthetic insulation in the body and 80-gram in the sleeves and hood, so there’ll be no more “I’m cold”s uttered on chairlift rides.

Buy it at REI: Taja Print Jacket

Picture Weeky Jacket

  • Original price: $139.95
  • Sale price: $104.96
Picture Weeky Jacket
(Photo: Courtesy of Picture Organic)

If you’ve seen Picture Organic’s stylish, fun, and sustainable adult apparel, you can imagine how great the kids line is. The Weeky Jacket is packed with synthetic Thermal STD insulation beneath a waterproof DryPlay membrane. There are adjustable cuffs with wrist gaiters, plenty of pockets, and a generous hood with extended fleece-lined collar. The Grow-With-Me system lets you extend the sleeves to get max use out of this jacket.

On Sale at Backcountry: Picture Weeky Jacket

Roxy Non Stop Bib

  • Original price: $139.95
  • Sale price: $89.99
Roxy Non Stop bib
(Photo: Courtesy of Roxy)

A warm and protective pair of bibs are the key to a great ski day. We love the Non Stop bib because its eco-friendly high-loft insulation keeps kids warm but it’s also unusually breathable, keeping her dry and comfortable in all weather conditions. These also have a good number of features for the (very good) price, including mesh-lined leg vents, Velcro-release front suspenders, and several roomy pockets.

On Sale at Evo: Roxy Non Stop Bib

Helly Hansen Legendary Pant

  • Original price: $120
  • Sale price: $84-$95
HH Legendary Pant
(Photo: Courtesy of Helly Hansen)

These PrimaLoft Black Eco-insulated ski pants are a true steal. Available in seven colors and in sizes 8 through 16, the Legendary Pant is an HH staple that will hold up to whatever punishment your kid has in store. What’s really great about these is the fit, thanks to articulated knees and a gusseted crotch for ease of movement. And with some colors starting at only $84, maybe you should just go ahead and buy the next two sizes.

Buy it at Evo: HH Legendary Pant

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Boy’s Ski Jackets and Pants

Helly Hansen  Jr. Cyclone Jacket

  • Original price: $190
  • Sale price: $114
HH Jr Cyclone
(Photo: Courtesy of Helly Hansen)

The Cyclone can easily pull double duty as a fully featured ski jacket and a good ol’ winter coat. It’s a fully waterproof and windproof jacket insulated with PrimaLoft and available in two great colorways. The generous hood is helmet compatible and the Cyclone even boasts HH’s LifePocket, lined with PrimaLoft Aerogel to keep his phone or iPod from freezing over. 

On Sale at Backcountry: HH Jr. Cyclone Jacket

Picture Organic Testy Anorak

  • Original price: $129.95
  • Sale price: $97.46
Picture Testy Anorak
(Photo: Courtesy of Picture Organic)

Picture’s Testy Anorak is pretty sweet—especially the one with the mountain pattern. It’s fully wind- and waterproof, plus it’s lightly insulated with between 40- and 80-gram Thermal STD in the sleeves and torso respectively. The massive zippered kangaroo pocket holds literally everything, and there’s even thumbholes on the sleeves and a generous side zip for easy on/off.

Buy it at Backcountry: Picture Testy Anorak

The North Face Freedom Insulated Pant

  • Original price: $99
  • Sale price: $79.99
TNF Freedom Pant
(Photo: Courtesy of The North Face)

These straightforward pants offer great versatility thanks to the adjustable waist and EZ Grow extensions at the hem. Other than that, the Freedom is a TNF mainstay and is known to get the job done for growing kids without breaking the bank. They’re insulated, comfortable, and come in six different colors.

On Sale at Evo: TNF Freedom Pant

Spyder Guard Pant

  • Original price: $149
  • Sale price: $119.20
Spyder Guard Pant
(Photo: Courtesy of Spyder)

This is a great deal on high-end boy’s ski pant from Spyder, which always put out excellent quality grom gear. The Guard Pant is a good option for kids who don’t like bibs, with adjustable suspenders and added padding at the lower back. Lightly insulated with 60-gram Thinsulate throughout, the Guard also has full-leg side zippers, which you rarely see on youth ski pants, as well as reinforced leg cuffs that will stand up to abuse.

Buy it at Backcountry: Spyder Guard Pant