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Gore-Tex Pants for $130 and 15 More End-of-Season Steals

Need to replace something from your gear closet? There are some unreal end-of-season sales going on right this second.

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Guys: We’re in the sweet spot for  end-of-season sales—good prices and enough inventory. So when we perused our go-to websites for the best deals we could find, there were quite a few to choose from, which is great news for you.

Whether you’re replacing a well-loved piece from your closet or are keen to take advantage of great deals on a new kit, you need jackets and pants that are tried-and-true picks that won’t let you down next season. The list below represents the hottest deals we could unearth—gear from our favorite brands that still have enough sizes and colors in stock so that you can take some time to decide. But don’t take too much time—these won’t last forever.

The Best End-of-Season Deals on Ski Jackets and Pants

Women’s Jackets

The North Face Tanager Anorak

  • Original price: $179
  • On sale at Evo: $125
TNF Tanager
(Photo: Courtesy of The North Face)

This is a fairly straightforward anorak that will get the job done on moderate to mild days at the resort. It’s a two-layer shell made with DryVent, so it’s waterproof, windproof, and breathable. As a non-insulated piece, you’ll want to layer appropriately beneath it depending on conditions. The Tanager comes in four colors and patterns, all of which have good availability in sizes x-small to x-large.

On sale at Evo: TNF Tanager Anorak

Trew Stella Jacket

  • Original price: $399
  • On sale at Evo: $299
Trew Stella
(Photo: Courtesy of Trew)

Trew’s bomber ski apparel is always on point, and getting this jacket at $100 off the MSRP is just too good to pass up. Wear this in any conditions—it sports a longer, freeride fit with a stylish curved hem and drop tail for a sleek silhouette. The Stella is burly without being bulky, and will keep the elements out while letting you dump heat as needed. Availability is excellent on two of the four colors.

Find it at Evo: Trew Stella Jacket

Patagonia Stormstride Jacket

  • Original price: $499
  • On sale at REI: $248
Patagonia Stormstride
(Photo: Courtesy of Patagonia)

A lightweight, high-tech, and sleek jacket made for days in the skintrack, the Stormstride is a great pick for both experienced and aspiring ski tourers. Employing Patagonia’s patented H2No technology in the face fabric for waterproof yet breathable protection, the Stormstride is soft, supple, and easy to move in, with a soft knit backer that makes it easy to slide on and off. Good sizing availability in x-small through medium.

On sale at REI: Patagonia Stormstride Jacket

Picture Organic Glawi Jacket

  • Original price: $250
  • On sale at Evo: $175
Picture Glawi
(Photo: Courtesy of Picture Organic)

This urban-styled, resort-geared insulated jacket comes in two different colors, sports a longer cut to keep the derriere warm on lifts, and has all the elements of a fully featured ski jacket, including powder skirt, armpit vents, pass pocket, wrist gaiters, and goggle cloth. Good availability across both colors.

Find it at Evo: Picture Organic Glawi Jacket

Helly Hansen Powchaser Lifaloft Insulated Jacket

  • Original price: $350
  • On same at Backcountry: $263
HH Powchaser
(Photo: Courtesy of Helly Hansen)

A high-tech insulated jacket for resort skiing, the Powchaser features Helly’s innovative Lifaloft technology, a collaboration with PrimaLoft insulation that’s lighter, warmer, and more breathable than other options on the market. Designed with a longer silhouette and packed with all of the bells and whistles—including HH’s Life Pocket, a specially designed pocket lined with PrimaLoft Aerogel that keeps your phone from freezing and dying when you’re lifts away from your charger.

Buy it at Backcountry: HH Powchaser Lifaloft Jacket

Women’s Pants

The North Face Freedom Insulated Bib

  • Original price: $220
  • On sale at Evo: from $145
TNF Freedom
(Photo: Courtesy of The North Face)

If you’re wanting an insulated bib that won’t break the bank, the Freedom is a good deal even when not on sale. The discount makes it a no-brainer thanks to a complimentary cut, 60-gram Heatseeker recycled insulation, inner thigh vents to dump heat, and a convenient cargo chest pocket to stash all of your trinkets. Sale price depends on color and size, with the best availability on the always-stylish black bibs.

On sale at Evo: TNF Freedom Insulated Bib

Outdoor Research Hemispheres Bib

  • Original price: $599
  • On sale at Backcountry: $359
OR Hemispheres
(Photo: Courtesy of Outdoor Research)

Made for backcountry adventures, the Hemispheres shell bib has everything you need and nothing you don’t. Made with Gore-Tex C-Knit so it’s soft and pliable, this bib is incredibly breathable (big thigh vents) and comfortable (four-way stretch and articulated knees). It’s also bombproof thanks to reinforced kickpatches and hem and DWR-treated face fabric for max waterproofing abilities. Plenty of availability in both colors in most sizes.

Find it at Backcountry: OR Hemispheres Bib

Helly Hansen Aurora Infinity Shell Pant

  • Original price: $450
  • On sale at Backcountry: from $202
HH Aurora
(Photo: Courtesy of Helly Hansen)

We love this simple shell pant for resort skiing because it’s very flattering (no, it doesn’t make your butt look big…), and has articulated knees and an adjustable waist for comfort and ease of movement. In typical HH quality, this pant is lightweight but fully waterproof and seam-sealed, with generous pockets and durable boot gaiters to keep the weather out.

Buy it at Backcountry: HH Infinity Shell Pants

Men’s Jackets

Obermeyer Foraker Shell

  • Original price: $389
  • On sale at REI: $282
Obermeyer Foraker
(Photo: Courtesy of Obermeyer)

Three-layer construction, fully seam-sealed, helmet-compatible hood, powder skirt, generous pockets; the Foraker shell provides all of the quality and features one would expect from Obermeyer, with a high-end silhouette that will make any skier look good. Inventory is low, so act fast.

Buy it at REI: Obermeyer Foraker Shell

Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket

  • Original price: $449
  • On sale at Backcountry: $315
MHW Cloud Bank
(Photo: Courtesy of Mountain Hardwear)

Another great deal on a Gore-Tex jacket made for resort laps on cold days, the Cloud Bank combines Gore’s bomber protection with MHW’s Thermal.Q synthetic insulation for a ski jacket that’s made for storm skiing. Add in the helmet-compatible hood and powder skirt, and there’s no weather you’ll need to worry about. Availability is good, especially in the burgundy and black colorway (pictured).

Find it at Backcountry: Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank Jacket

Helly Hansen Infinity Ridge Shell

  • Original price: $600
  • On sale at Evo: $449
HH Ridge Infinity
(Photo: Courtesy of Helly Hansen)

Helly’s top-of-the-line ski shell is on sale, but it’s still an investment. That said, if you’re in the market for a shell that’s got all the features you can think of, oodles of technology, and will last a good long time, consider the Ridge Infinity. Ideal for resort laps as well as backcountry exploring, the Ridge Infinity uses a combination of partially recycled Helly Tech Pro fabric and Lifa Infinity technology for some of the best waterproofing and breathability you can buy. You also get the Aerogel-lined Life Pocket, helmet-compatible hood, and snap-away powder skirt, to name a few features.

Find it at Evo: HH Ridge Infinity Shell

Norrøna Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Anorak

  • Original price: $799
  • On sale at Backcountry: $559
Norrona Lofoten
(Photo: Courtesy of Norrøna)

A Gore-Tex Pro anorak from a classic Norwegian brand on sale for over $200 off? It’s true. This three-layer shell is of amazing quality, with generous vents, adjustable hood, hems, and cuffs, removable powder skirt, and a super-long. ¾-length front zipper for easy on and off. It comes in two colors and is available in all but one size.

On sale at Backcountry: Norrøna Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Anorak

Salomon Gravity Gore-Tex Insulated Anorak

  • Original price: $500
  • On sale at REI: $375
Salomon anorak
(Photo: Courtesy of Salomon)

A lightly insulated anorak with a simple, straightforward style, Salomon’s Gore-Tex pullover works great at the resort, with just enough warmth to stave off the chill on the lift, and just enough vents to dump excess heat when you need to. We love the cargo pocket for easy access, and the relaxed fit for a freeride vibe. Inventory is limited.

On sale at REI: Salomon Gravity Insulated Anorak

Men’s Pants

Flylow Baker Bib

  • Original price: $420
  • On sale at Evo: $336
Flylow Baker
(Photo: Courtesy of Flylow)

Flylow’s most popular bib got there for a good reason. The Baker is durable yet lightweight, protective yet breathable. Sold in seven colors—with availability ranging from good to limited depending on size—the Baker is made for pretty much all conditions and will hold up its end of the bargain at the resort or in the backcountry.

Find it at Evo: Flylow Baker Bib

The North Face Powderflo FutureLight Pants

  • Original price: $300
  • On sale at Evo: $224
TNF Powderflo
(Photo: Courtesy of The North Face)

This is a helluva deal on TNF’s innovative FutureLight face fabric. Read about it here. These three-layer shell pants have great venting—both inner and outer thigh—plus an adjustable waist, harness-compatible pockets, and reinforced kickpatches. Wear these anywhere you plan to put in some work—either resort hiking, sidecountry exploring, in the skintrack, or even mountaineering expeditions. Availability is pretty good on all three colors, though some sizes are selling out faster than others.

Buy it at Evo: TNF Powderflo Future Light Pants

Marmot Layout Cargo Pant

  • Original price: $175
  • On sale at Evo: $131
Marmot Layout
(Photo: Courtesy of Marmot)

Look no further for your durable, insulated ski pant that’s, well, pretty darn inexpensive for what you get. Marmot’s go-to cargo ski pant is insulated with PrimaLoft beneath a waterproof and breathable two-layer MemBrain face fabric. Features include an adjustable waistband, Cordura scuff guards, internal leg vents, and articulated knees for easy movement. For this price? You bet.

On Sale at Evo: Marmot Layout Cargo Pants


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