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March Madness Sale

We're kicking March off in a big way! Our selection of all the things you need for winter adventures and fun is great. You're sure to find what you need and want at great savings. Come in while our selection is still great.

All Past Model Year Skis, Snowboards, Boots & Bindings.
All Adult and Kids Apparel & Clothing Accessories.
All Snowshoes.

All Current Model Year Alpine & Cross Country Skis, Boots & Bindings.
All Current Model Year Snowboards, Boots & Bindings.
All Winter Helmets, Goggles, Poles, Bags, Car Top Boxes.

All Fat Bikes.
All Studded Tires.

$3,699.99
Farley 9.6 is a capable and ready carbon fatbike for riders who want to charge through snow drifts and sand dunes. Its OCLV carbon frame keeps your ride light, while huge 4.5-inch tires keep you floating in the deep stuff. Its built up with a SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain that you can count on for precise shifts and strong braking power, even when things get icy. - It's a bike that won't shy away from a day on the trail, even if the weather goes south - The lightweight carbon frame keeps the setup remarkably light and nimble for a fatbike - Added cage and bag mounts on the fork let you explore way, way out, and pack for adventure - The lofty tire clearance gives you all the float you need to get through the deep and mucky stuff - The dropper post gives you plenty of room to move around on the bike in rough and rowdy terrain
$3,359.99 $4,799.99 30% Off
From Singletrack to Snow—One Bike Rules It All Full carbon frame with a svelte top tube and stay shaping for long rides and epic adventure comfort. The LES Fat features a tailored carbon lay-up for each size ensuring optimal ride characteristics for all rider profiles. VERIFIED VERSATILITY The LES Fat fits all fat and plus wheel sizes, via the patented Swinger II dropout system, without compromises to the bike's geometry. The Swinger II dropout system also allows for ease of switching between a geared and single speed set up. EASY ON THE KNEES The LES Fat features a kind-to-your-knees narrow Q-factor design. With a minimum Q-factor of 210mm, this is similar to the Q-factor on bikes designed for the narrower 170mm rear hub spacing. ENGINEERED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL Our engineers know a bike's set-up is subjective, so for the LES Fat they made it possible to swap the suspension, wheel size and drivetrain to the rider's preference. Ensuring the perfect set-up for ample saddle time. PRODUCT DETAILS - Get everything you need to know about the Les Fat. - Fits all fat/plus wheel sizes (26" X 3.8-5.0", 27.5" X 3.8-4.5", 27.5+, 29" and 29+) via Swinger II dropout system, without geometry compromises - New 27.5" Fat and 27.5+ wheel and tire spec - Full carbon frame features svelte top tube and stay shaping for long ride and epic adventure comfort - Adjustable chainstay length - Kind-to-your-knees, narrow Q-factor design - 2x, 1x and singlespeed compatible - 197mm rear spacing and optimized design clears 5" tires with massive clearance for snow, mud and sand - Pivot-designed carbon fork with 150mm spacing. Suspension fork compatible - Integrated rear rack mounts - Three water-bottle mounts - 10-year warranty
$1,599.99 $1,999.99 20% Off
Farley 5 is our best value fat bike and your ticket to all-season freedom. It rolls over snow, sand, roots, and rocks with the stability and traction of a monster truck on wide, beefy tires. A 1x Shimano drivetrain and lightweight aluminum frame make it a great choice for anyone who wants to ride a mountain bike year-round, no matter the weather. It's right for you if... You want to ride year-round, even when it's snowing, and you’re looking for a fat tire bike that gives you extraordinary capability and traction at a great value. The tech you get A lightweight aluminum frame with horizontal sliding dropouts, internal derailleur and dropper post routing, a Bontrager Haru carbon fork, a wide-range Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain, SUNringlé Mulefüt wheels paired with a 108T Rapid Drive hub for instant engagement, and extra-grippy, studdable Bontrager Gnarwhal TLR tires. The final word Fat bikes are ridiculously fun. They're grippy and stable, but the best part about 'em is that they get you outside in more seasons. If you're looking for a fun alternative to riding the roads or trainer through the winter, you won't find a better value than Farley 5. Why you'll love it - Farley 5 is the perfect bike for breaking into the winter shredding scene without breaking the bank - The stability and traction of super wide tires make you a more confident rider on any trail - It's a four-season freedom machine that lets you ride outside all year long - Horizontal sliding dropouts lets you fine-tune your geometry—run it long for stability, or shorter for more nimbler handling - The dropper post lets you lower your saddle on the fly so it's out of the way on descents
$1,549.99
The DPS Kaizen 100 Skis feature a versatile 100mm waist, plenty of tip rocker for flotation in deeper snow, and a shorter 15 meter turn radius for quick directional changes in trees or bumps. If there's a ski that can better for a wider range of conditions, we'd like to see it. The new Kaizen construction, with a split core using two different hardwoods, is a big step up in terms of smooth and damp performance, especially on hard snow.
$1,549.99
If you are looking for a powerful mission oriented ski, look no further than the DPS Pagoda Tour 94 C2. This is the thoroughbred touring ski created by DPS for skiing big lines, steep couloirs, early morning fitness laps, and GS turns on groomers. The DPS Pagoda Tour 94 C2 is a powerful that has no known speed limit. Ski fast with confidence and control.
$1,549.99
When the skin track is looking steep and the powder is looking deep you'll happy to have the DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Ski on our feet. This ski uses the popular C2 shape which provides float, stability, and maneuverability in powder and pairs it with a lighter Pagoda Tour construction. This lighter construction consists of full "pre-preg" carbon fiber laminates that are pre-injected with resin to eliminate any extra ounces and a foam, ash, and paulownia core that provides binding retention, weight savings, and damping. The result is a backcountry ski that gets us uphill with fresh legs and downhill with a smile on our face.
$999.99
84 mm waist width for maximum pleasure on icy or fresh-covered slopes. The Deacon 84 skis as well on icy slopes as on fresh snow, bringing a smile to the face of experienced skiers. The integrated Titanal Frame delivers power and stability, and the LowRide XL binding with GripWalk allows great power transfer due to the extra low stand height. The ski comes with Full Sidewall and a P-Tex 4504 base. The 3D.Ridge construction, with Titanal Frame combined with 3D.Glass and Tip & Tail rocker, also increases the power transfer and higher torsional stiffness, an improved edge grip, and better liveliness. The 3D radius sidecut technology lifts the carving performance of the ski into another dimension. The ideal on-piste carver for changing snow conditions. Details: - Dimensions: 132-84-115 - Sidecut Radius Center: - - Tip & Tail Rocker - Multilayer Woodcore - Base Material: P-Tex 4504 - Full 3D Sidewall - Titanal Frame - Steel Tip Protector - Premounted Binding Plate: Integrated Rail System - Premounted Binding Type: iPT Lowride XL
$949.99
One of the stars of this year's trade show and demo circuit, the Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130 BOA GW Alpine Touring Ski Boots drop a bomb on the boot industry with the introduction of one of the only BOA® equipped narrow lasted hybrids on the market. The great things about the Hawx Ultra XTD remain the same - the Free/Lock 4.5 walk mode, the super effective Memory Fit heat molding capability, and the unparalleled fit around the ankle and midfoot - but the plastic has been changed from polyamide to True Flex Polyurethane for a much smoother and more progressive flex as well as improved ease of putting the boot on and taking it off. We also love the fresh new colorway!
$849.99
The Armada Declivity 102 Ti Skis are perfect for a hard charging East Coast skier, or anyone who like to go fast and tends more toward the frontside end of the spectrum. With plenty of metal in the build, a directional shape, and a lightweight Caruba core, these skis are lively, damp, and powerful without being overly demanding. They're high speed fun for any day you want it.
$799.99
You know a company like Armada couldn't just make a standard issue touring ski without putting their own twist on it. The all-new Locator series brings Armada's special blend of freestyle heritage and creative style to the ultralight touring market, and the outcome is something special. The Armada Locator 96 Skis are the most traditional touring skis in the series, with a sub 100 waist width and a respectably airy 1350 gram weight. But those techy uphill numbers are paired with smooth lines and tapered tips to make for a ski you can count on for long, technical missions without sacrificing any fun on the descents. Plus, they're unisex and come in two color options: so you can pick what's best for your style and stature.
$799.99
You know a company like Armada couldn't just make a standard issue touring ski without putting their own twist on it. The all-new Locator series brings Armada's special blend of freestyle heritage and creative style to the ultralight touring market, and the outcome is something special. The Armada Locator 96 Skis are the most traditional touring skis in the series, with a sub 100 waist width and a respectably airy 1350 gram weight. But those techy uphill numbers are paired with smooth lines and tapered tips to make for a ski you can count on for long, technical missions without sacrificing any fun on the descents. Plus, they're unisex and come in two color options: so you can pick what's best for your style and stature.
$799.99
Every serious backcountry skier knows all about the Marker Kingpin. It has a tech toe, an alpine heel, and offers a great balance of uphill and downhill performance. The one knock on them comes from people who spend a bit more time on the uptrack than most, and are looking for a lighter, more streamlined touring experience. Enter the Marker Kingpin M-Werks Alpine Touring Ski Bindings. With the same downhill stability as the OG Kingpins, but reworked with a carbon fiber build for a lighter weight, these high performance hybrid bindings might just tip the scales for the gram counting backcountry explorer.
$799.99
Eager to tour on your favorite ski but don't want the added weight? The Salomon QST Echo 106 Skis are the answer. This evolution of the acclaimed QST line combines the versatile shape of the QST 106 with a karuba and poplar core, superlight basalt fibers, and cork damplifier material in the tip and tail to create a light but supremely capable backcountry ski. Inspired by Cody Townsend's adventures in the high alpine, the QST Echo thrives in all conditions - suffer-fests and all.
$799.99
If you thought the Salomon S/Pro was comfy before, just wait until you try the new Salomon S/Pro Supra BOA 130 Ski Boots and feel the difference the new closure system makes. Not only does the Boa® distribute pressure more evenly over the top of the foot under normal tension, you can go tighter or looser with more comfort and less compromise in control. The new Supra series features the classic 100mm S/Pro fit, including the amazing Custom Shell HD heat molding process, along with a new My Exowrap™ 4D Race liner that blurs the lines between comfort and performance.
$799.99
An ultra-versatile, high-performance tip, and tail rocker ski for intermediate to experienced skiers. The Deacon 79 with tip and tail rocker features a 3D.Ridge design, a steel band, and a central sidewall. A P-Tex 2100 base combined with a dual wood core and GripWalk-compatible WideRide XL bindings is designed for playful yet sporty skiing. Details: - Dimensions: 129-79-109 - Sidecut Radius Center: 14.1 / 163 m - Base P-Tex 2100 - Center Sidewall - Tip & Tail Rocker - 3D.Ridge - Glass frame - iPT Wideride - Binding Plate Pre-Mounted: Yes - Premounted Binding Type: iPT Wideride XL
$799.99
A ski for the fun-loving woman who is looking for a sporty, playful, fatigue-free day exploring the entire mountain, in all conditions. If you’ve recently discovered the unrivaled exhilaration of skiing, then the Flair 79 may be your ticket to freedom. The construction is a combination of ease and stability. The 3D.Ridge technology and Center Sidewall significantly reduce weight across the length of the ski, while keeping the power underfoot, where a thin layer of steel adds strength. Each turn is easily initiated, without sacrificing grip, thanks to the extended tip and tail rocker. Power transfer is prioritized by the iPT Wideride binding system; plus the GripWalk compatibility brings a different level of ski boot comfort. With all the thoughts put into it and a slightly wider waist, the Flair 79 opens up more terrain, in more conditions, than any other ski in the Flair lineup. Details: - Dimensions: 129-79-109 - Sidecut Radius Center: 14.1 - Powered by Steel - Center Sidewall - Glass frame - Base P-Tex 2100 - Dual Woodcore -Tip & Tail Rocker - Binding Plate Premounted: Yes - Premounted Binding Type: IPT WR XL 11 TCX GW
$774.99 $1,549.99 50% Off
The Pagoda Lotus 117 is the do-it-all powder ski crafted for the advanced to expert skier who wants a ski that will hold up to his or her goals for the season. The DPS Pagoda construction is DPS's most downhill performance-oriented layup, creating the perfect balance between an energetic turning platform and a confidence-inspiring dampness that always translates to more speed. DPS's R+D efforts on the new Lotus 117 yeilded a construction that leans toward the lighter side of what most skiers expect for a performance-oriented ski, allowing you to mount hybrid touring bindings and use this ski in the backcountry at will.
$774.99 $1,549.99 50% Off
The DPS Pagoda Piste 94 C2 Skis are ideal when conditions are mixed but you still need your fix. From morning side-piste to afternoon groomers, these skis rip like a grizzly sow. DPS new Pagoda construction, consisting of 2 hardwood species, their world renowned carbon layup and an ingenious sidewall integration powers through chop and dampens chatter on hardpack. The C2 chassis maintains incredible control at high speeds and carves like a champion. It'll be hard to reach for another set to romp the resort in.
$749.99
For days when hard snow is the way to go, the Armada Declivity 92 Ti Skis are here to rip into corduroy and lay trenches down groomers. These frontside firecrackers have the gumption and gusto you need to hip drag your way across the fresh cord, leaving slow signs flapping forlornly in your wake. They carve like a race ski, are easy to steer, and are sure to make every day ripping with friends almost as dreamy as those powder days. They're traditional skis done in an untraditional way, all with the goal of making you have more fun no matter the weather.
$749.99
The Armada Reliance 82 C Skis with the EM 10 GW Bindings is the ultimate female frontside ski package. Everything about this ski package revolves around versatility. This ski can rip everything from groomers to bumps and steep trees, while the EM 10 GW bindings will keep you safely locked in the entire time. Their chassis is lightweight and durable plus, it has a super low profile which gets you closer to the skis and snow for better performance. The Reliance 82 C and EM 10 GW Bindings are the one-stop-shop ski package you’ve been looking for.
$749.99
There are really no bad choices among the Atomic Backland lineup, but if your touring is a balance of winter and spring/summer conditions, the Atomic Backland 100 Skis is one of the best out there. The Backland 100 ticks all the boxes - light enough for extended time on the uphill, stout enough for spirited downhill exertions, just wide enough for a fresh snowfall and with enough torsional stiffness to hang on icy steeps. In sum, a balanced package that will make any touring day a great one.
$749.99
Bulletproof but an epic storm system is rolling in around 11am? Already tracked out, but you know there's still pockets of goodness to be had? Grab the Atomic Maverick 95 Ti Skis and know you're covered either way. The 95 Ti gets out vote for the most versatile ski in the Maverick collection, and the one we'd take if we were going on a trip and didn't know what to expect for snow conditions. This ski more than holds its own in a pack of groomer zoomers, but takes to the backcountry, chop and freshies seamlessly - put on your handyman cap and get down to it with the Maverick 95 Ti.
$749.99
Get your carve on with the Elan Ripstick 96 Skis, an every day ripper that excels on hard stuff and still delivers when it gets soft and creamy. From carving corduroy to hitting your fave stash, these bombers are made for heavy hitters who cut turns all the way across the run and don't mess around. Their asymmetrical amphibio profile gives you targeted precision exactly where you need it, while a Tubelite wood core with carbon keeps things light, agile, and ready to send side hits. Elan skis always deliver, and the Ripstick 96 is no exception.
$749.99
Ideal for effortless all mountain carving and cruising, the Wingman 82 Ti has the power to push your limits without a punishing feel.
$749.99
The daily driver for many of Salomon's freeride athletes, and a sure fire way to make sure you're ready for any conditions under the sun, the Salomon QST 106 Skis make mincemeat of pow, crud, slush and even corduroy - just point them in the right direction and hold on for the good part. The use of Cork Damplifier and C/FX Fiber rather than metal gives the ski a light and nimble personality that's money when the going gets tight and technical, and the Double Sidewall construction delivers uncanny edgehold when the snow gets firm.
$749.99
Classic all-mountain excellence combined with uncanny edgehold on firm snow makes the Salomon Stance 96 Skis one of the best and most versatile quiver-of-one options in the land. A light but stout Karuba and Poplar full woodcore laid up with Double Ti Titanal laminates provides the best in stability at speed and maneuverability in bumps and trees.
$749.99
Take a pinch of the powder-loving Secrets 102, add a little of the Kenya 88’s piste expertise, and you get the deliciously versatile combination of the Secret 96. A tailored Titanal frame and tailored carbon tips give this ski the same composure, but make it a little lighter. A 3D radius sidecut lets you master turns on any terrain, and a 96 mm waist can cope with almost any depth of snow without impairing performance in either direction. If you’re the type of person who’s ready to embrace almost any condition, then the Secret 96 is the ski for you. Details: - Dimensions: 135-96-119 - Sidecut Radius Center: 11 - Tip & Tail Rocker - Tailored Carbon Tips - Tailored Titanal Frame - Full Sidewall - 3D Radius Sidecut - Base P-Tex 2100 - Multilayer Woodcore 1 - Binding Plate Premounted: no - Recommended Binding: 7524U1.GF GRIFFON 13 ID 100MM WHITE
$699.99
From the park to the pow, the Armada ARV 100 Skis are designed to be a twin tip, double duty crusher. Equipped with W3Dgewall sidewall construction, these mid-wide baddies are durable enough to smash some rails and slide into that untouched park adjacent pow run on the ride out. Their Caruba core keeps things light and floaty, and Armada's classic buttery flex gives them a smooth and easy to maneuver ride.
$699.99
From the park to the pow, the Armada ARW 100 Skis are designed to be a twin tip, double duty crusher. Equipped with W3Dgewall sidewall construction, these mid-wide baddies are durable enough to smash some rails and slide into that untouched park adjacent pow run on the ride out. Their Caruba core keeps things light and floaty, and Armada's classic buttery flex gives them a smooth and easy to maneuver ride.
$699.99
The Armada Declivity 88 C Skis are built for exceptional carving performance with some playful, all-mountain flair. Uncompromised agility meets unwavering precision in the Armada Declivity 88 C Skis. Designed to blur the line between all-mountain and frontside, the Declivity 88 C features a lightweight yet energetic construction for multi-purpose adaptability in a wide range of conditions. Its Caruba Core receives a generous carbon upgrade with Armada’s Carbon Stringers running the length of the ski, providing excellent energy rebound and snap when carving at high speeds on groomers. Though primarily an on-piste performer, the Freeride Rocker Profile of the Declivity 88 C endows this daily-driver with some generous all-mountain capabilities—possessing a great blend of float, agility, and edge grip when venturing off-trail into technical terrain. At 88mm underfoot, the Declivity 88 C falls on the narrower end of the Declivity lineup and offers, perhaps, the best carving performance out of the series. Boasting exceptional edge hold, stout durability, and enviable responsiveness in its lightweight package, the Armada Declivity 88 C Skis earn their rightful title as “tip it and rip it” performers, mountain wide.
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