You’d Better Get Ready! The First Snow Is On It’s Way.

Get first dibs on fresh gear before the first snowfall.

Autumn is here; the weather is cool, and the leaves are turning red and orange. Here at Kittredge we are busy getting ready for ski season. Every day new goodies arrive at our backdoor, and our shop slowly changes from fishing and backpacking to snow and skiing.

<–Armada Skis and Outerwear

This season at Kittredge Sports we are stoked to offer skis from Armada, Blizzard, Elan, K2, Volkl, Rossignol and Head race. We have skis ranging from quick carvers like the K2 Rictor to rockered fatties such as the Armada JJ and everything in between. Our boot wall covers every fit and performance level with Dalbello, Lange, Full Tilt, Rossignol and Tecnica. From ultra responsive race boots to tour friendly side-country boots, we have the best boot selection around.

Our staff of expert boot fitters and ski tuners is ready to get your gear dialed so that you can have the best winter yet. We make custom footbeds from Instaprint and Superfeet, and custom liners from Intuition and Zipfit. Our shop uses state of the art tuning machines from Montana and Wintersteiger to get the most performance possible.

 

<– Nils Outerwear

 Of course you get cold if you ski naked, so check out our ski apparel, helmets and accessories from brands like POC, Smith, Giro, K2, Nils, Scott, Leki, Hestra, Oakley, Powderhorn, Eider, Karbon, The North Face, Spyder, Ugg, Marker Ltd. and Mammut. Base layers from Snow Angel, Hot Chilly’s, and Under Armour. Plus many more brands.

Our staff is here to help you look and feel good, on the hill and around the town. We look forward to seeing you soon, so think snow and get in shape, winter is coming.

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One comment on “You’d Better Get Ready! The First Snow Is On It’s Way.

  1. James Motor on said:

    I love skiing but unfortunately we don’t get enough snow here in England. I try and fly out to somewhere in the Alps each year to hit the slopes but finding the time nowadays is getting increasingly harder. As you point out about your expert boot fitters – that’s such an important thing. When I first started I was just thrown a pair of boots in my size with no consideration as to whether they actually fit or not. Getting the right boots is key to a good skiing session. Luckily I have my own now so don’t have to worry about it but my advice to beginners it to take good advice when it comes to your equipment

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