We carry the latest in:

Racks
Barrecrafters

Poles
Scott

Helmets
Leedom
Red
Pryme

Goggles
Scott
Arnette
Smith
Gordini

Sunglasses
Arnette
Smith
Oakley

The odds and ends
Preparation for your ski trip starts with the right accessories. We carry the best in goggles, car racks and poles enabling you to find everything in one stop. Start the ski season off with high-quality accessories made to maximize your satisfaction with unbeatable durability.

Racks
Leaving home for your next ski retreat starts with loading that ski gear. Having the right rack system will keep you from enduring unwanted frustration caused by a faulty rack. Finding the right rack is dependent on whether you want to carry skis or snowboards, the amount of equipment you plan to carry and the kind of car you drive. No matter what your requirements are, you're bound to be pleased with a rack from Barrecrafters, a reputable and highly recommended brand of car racks.

Barrecrafters
Barrecrafter is an American company known to take particular interest in the needs of its skiers and snowboarders. Utilizing the latest technology, Barrecrafter regularly modifies its designs to meet the ever-changing requirements of new cars and sports equipment. If you're looking for a rack to fit your car, Barrecrafter will have you covered for the 2007\2008 ski season. Click here to go to their Web site.

Poles
One of the most neglected parts of skiing equipment is the poles. Ski poles are important to your skiing performance. Balance, rhythm and turning ability are possible only with a pair of poles in your hands. Skiing down the mountain without poles measured to fit your needs can be dangerous.

Scott
Scott is the World's #1 maker of high performance ski poles, and this should come as no surprise because they invented the modern ski pole. For this reason you'll find the highest quality materials jam-packed into a high-tech pole. If they're good enough for the pro's, shouldn't you be using them? Click here to go to their Web site.

Helmets
Your head is the most important part of your body, and in some instances the most vulnerable as well. Unfortunately, most slope shredders do not take the process of buying protective head gear as seriously as they should. And contrary to popular belief, having just any old helmet is not adequate. These days, thanks to many of the top brands, skiers and snowboarders can choose from a wide variety of affordable, practical and protective helmets that actually look cool as well. Use your head — protect it!

Leedom
Rhymes with freedom and allows just that, freedom to enjoy the slopes without the unwanted distractions of wind, cold, and precipitation. Leedom helmets are state of the art with two patented features which makes them extremely comfortable and safe. The patented active airflow system allows you to adjust the amount of airflow which is let into the helmet. This way, not too much heat is let out and not too much heat is kept in. Just like baby bear, you'll feel just right. Additionally, a patented Energy Absorbing Ribbed liner maximizes your protection in high and low impact situations. As the official supplier of the National Ski Patrol, it's benefits have been highly endorsed by the experts. Click here to go to their Web site.

Red
Riders seeking to push the performance envelope with lightweight, technical, non-interfering protection need to look no further than Red helmets. With an Expanded Polypropylene Liner and improved acoustics, snowboarders will relish the freedom they experience with these helmets. Click here to go to their Web site.

Goggles
When you're flying down the mountain, your eyes need protection from the wind, snow, and sun. Finding the right pair of goggles starts at the Snowbird where they carry a large selection of the best goggles ever made.

Scott
When you're skiing or snowboarding, you're bound to work up a steamy sweat. This becomes a problem as all of the moisture and heat cause a humid and foggy condition on the inside of your goggles. Scott has eliminated this problem with its state of the art air-flow system which vents this humidity through exhaust ports. Not only are the goggles highly functional, they are stylish as well. One model of goggles even comes with a choice of 3 different holograms printed on the entire surface of the goggle lens--such as bullet holes, skulls, or barbwire. Certainly not your typical pair of goggles. Click here to go to their Web site.

Arnette
Makers of high-quality snow goggles made with flexible PVC frames to resist breakage in the most extreme conditions. The lenses are a polycarbonate crafted creation made with a special anti-scratch finish and are interchangeable. As if these features were not great enough, Arnette has not overlooked the necessity of an anti-fog system to keep the humidity from blocking your vision. Click here to go to their Web site.

Smith
Very high-tech goggles with one model even featuring a micro-electronic fan for a constant air-flow. This is great if you plan on spending an extensive amount of time on the slopes. Other Smith models have airflow vents to achieve this end and all come with a self adjusting Split V nose for extra comfort. Click here to go to their Web site.

Gordini
Godini goggles come in a large variety of styles and lens options and all include a complete technological package. The filtered intake and exhaust vents on all of the goggles clear moisture away, and the teardrop design is made for better all around vision. With their ultra flexible double lenses, even the most extreme skier or snowboarder can enjoy their view without fear of breakage. Due to all of these features, it is no wonder that these goggles are endorsed by Olympic Skier Diann Roffe-Steinrotter.

Sunglasses
When you're just hanging out in the sun and don't really need all of the bulky protection offered by goggles, that's when you pull out your favorite pair of sunglasses. Snowbird is happy to offer you a large selection of all of the latest styles of the hottest brands of sunglasses.

Arnette
Sleek, youthful, and modern, these designs are constructed of a flexible nylon frame to resist breakage and a durable polycarbonate lens. They are made to ride along every inch of the way for all of the rough and tumble activities you choose to endure. Click here to go to their Web site.

Smith
Loaded with technology, Smith Sunglasses are essential, high performance equipment for any ski enthusiast. All Smith sunglasses come with rugged and resilient stainless steel frames which resist rusting and breakage. Some models feature hydrophilic Megol nosepads for extra grippage. The Slider series offers patented interchangeable lens technology with a variety of replacement lenses to choose from, including rose, green polarized, and brown polarized. The lenses are shatter and scratch proof, and the wrap frames on certain models add extra protection from water, wind, and snow. With all of these options, any skier is sure to find the perfect pair of sunglasses to fit any needs.

Oakley
Oakley sunglasses are the definitive glasses for clarity and protection. Their quality craftsmanship might possibly explain their enormous popularity you can't go anywhere without seeing someone sporting a pair. This might be the reason, but more than likely it's their edgy and dynamic styles that generate such youthful appeal. Function and style is a combination that has been working remarkably for Oakley, and it's this recipe that will have them looking far off into the future. Click here to go to their Web site.

Without the right accessories, you might as well not even spend money on skis or boots because you won't be able to enjoy the experience unless you are comfortable. The right accessories equate with longer time spent on the slopes, enhanced ski performance, and protection of your equipment.