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Here’s the Best Ski Gear On Sale Right Now

Check out these hot ticket items going for bargain basement prices.

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SKI’s gear experts are self-proclaimed gearheads and know pretty much everything there is to know about the hottest gear on the market. In our Outside+ exclusive “Steal of the Week” columns, we help members locate the best gear deals on the interwebs. Join Outside+ to unlock the goods every week. 


Looking for a deal on pricey ski gear? You’ve come to the right place. Every week we curate a list of the best ski deals on the world wide web. Our criteria: We look for hot ticket items from the last few seasons that still feature relevant technology, are discounted by at least 20 percent, and are still available in multiple sizes (or at least, in the most popular size). In short, we’re here to help you save some cash for that Japow trip next season. Happy bargain hunting!

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2021 Head Kore 93 Skis

  • Reg. price: $750
  • evo sale: $455
  • Available lengths (cm): 153, 162, 171, 180, 189
Head Kore 93
Photo: Courtesy of Head

The Head Kore 93 was the No. 2 ski in the men’s all-mountain category at the 2021 SKI Test, proving that lightweight skis aren’t necessarily pushovers. Featuring Head’s signature caruba-KOROYD-carbon-graphene construction, this ski won high praise for how it holds an edge on hardpack and handles crud.

Take me to the deal: Head Kore 93 Skis for $455
Related: The best men’s all-mountain skis of the year

2021 Völkl Blaze 94

  • Reg. price: $650
  • REI sale: $385
  • Available length (cm): 186
"2021 Völkl Blaze 94 Men's All-Mountain Ski"
Photo: Courtesy of Völkl

The Völkl Blaze 94 made its debut at last season’s SKI Test, and won the “Best Value” award in the men’s all-mountain category right out of the gate. And now it’s even more affordable. Don’t let the reasonable price tag fool you into thinking there’s something missing in this ski. Because there isn’t—it’s a great all-mountain tool for men looking for a fun, forgiving ride.

Show me the savings: Völkl Blaze 94 for $385

2021 Salomon S​/Force Bold ​+ Z12 GW Bindings 2021

  • Reg. price: $900
  • evo sale: $630
  • Available lengths (cm): 170, 177
"2021 Salomon S Force Bold"
Photo: Courtesy of Salomon

If you’re looking for a ski to help you master the carve, look no further. The Salomon S/Force Bold earned rave reviews at our 2021 carving test for how approachable and forgiving this narrow-waisted ski is. It’s one of the most user-friendly carvers out there, yet still offers up plenty of stability at speed. A badass groomer ski with bindings for $630? Heck yeah!

Bargain price: Salomon S/Force Bold with bindings for $630
Related: 10 skis that won’t punish your (occasionally) sloppy skiing mistakes

Black Diamond Helio 88

  • Reg. price: $830
  • sale: $413
  • Available lengths (cm): 158, 168
Black Diamond Helio 88 Skis
Photo: Courtesy of Black Diamond

Black Diamond’s Helio backcountry skis are incredibly light but sturdy enough to ski it like you mean it on the descent. The Helio 88 features a middle-of-the-road waist width that’s perfect for quick inbounds AT laps or backcountry skiers who wait until the snow has settled before heading out the gates.

Take me to the deal: BD Helio 88 Skis for $413
Related: The best backcountry skis of the year

Helly Hansen Elevation Infinity Shell Jacket – Men’s

  • Reg. price: $750
  • sale: $450
  • Available sizes: S, L
Helly Hansen Elevation Infinity Shell Ski Jacket
Photo: Courtesy of Helly Hansen

The Elevation Infinity Shell is a technical ski shell designed for skiers who get after it no matter the weather. Featuring Helly Hansen’s high-tech waterproof yet breathable LIFA Infinity Pro membrane, underarm vents, helmet-compatible hood, and plenty of pockets, this is the shell for skiers who live for long days in the mountains.

Show me the savings: HH Elevation Infinity Shell for $450

Flylow Nina Snow Pants – Women’s

  • Reg. price: $360
  • evo sale: $120
  • Available sizes: XS-XL
Flylow Nina Women's Ski Pant
Photo: Courtesy of Flylow

The Nina Snow Pants are a steezy classic that any woman would happily wear to this day. The Nina features Flylow’s signature three-layer Intuitive face fabric with 20k/20k waterproofing, articulated knees, and fully taped seams to make sure ladies can comfortably withstand the elements while lapping the chair.

On sale: Flylow Nina Snow Pants for $120

Auclair Outseam Gloves

  • Reg. price: $125
  • REI sale: $62
  • Available sizes: XS-XL

Anytime you can get your paws on a pair of goatskin leather ski gloves with PrimaLoft Gold insulation for under $100, don’t question your luck—just pull the trigger. And with the Auclair name stamped on them, we promise you won’t feel buyer’s remorse.

Get the deal: Auclair Outseam Gloves for $62

Zeal Hatchet Goggle

  • Reg. price: $179
  • sale: $107-126
Zeal Hatchet Ski Goggle
Photo: Courtesy of Zeal

Thanks to a frameless design, nothing distracts from the Hatchet’s optimum polarized lens or encroaches on its large field of view. While functionality is the name of the game in goggles, we do also appreciate style, and the cylindrical Hatchet scores major points with its dark night lens options and fun strap designs.

Shop it online: Zeal Hatchet Goggle starting at $107

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