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About Boulder Gear:

Whether you are crushing it at a resort or shredding in the backcountry, Boulder Gear has got you covered. Since their brand refresh in 2007 after being acquired by Outdoor Gear Inc., Boulder engineers their products from a mindset that addresses all-mountain pursuits, all sports levels, and all outdoor conditions. Their baselayers, jackets, parkas, pants and snow accessories cater to your shape and size preferences with a look that can easily go from the slopes to the streets.

Their design process begins in Boulder, Colorado and is tested throughout the Rockies. Feedback from these tests is then added into the process resulting in high product performance and technical features for the whole family. These include four-way stretch fabric, Thinsulate or plush polyester fill, high waterproof ratings, breathable, warmth retention fleece, windstopper softshell jackets and ski pants. Boulder Gear is committed to delivering tech-savvy products at a fraction of the price. Their quality snow gear maxes out at the price tag of $250.

No matter what your outdoor adventure is, cross-country ventures, downhill skiing, snowboarding, or a simple walk in the powder, Boulder Gear is there to protect you from Old Man Winter. Their affordable outwear and thoughtful accessories give you the complete winter outfit. You'll stay warm and dry until last chair all while knowing that you got some serious bang for your buck.



Frequently Asked Questions:

Where is Boulder Gear based?

Boulder Gear is based in Boulder, Colorado where their gear is tested throughout the Rockies before reaching store shelves.

Does Boulder Gear make kids and youth outerwear?

Boulder Gear makes jackets, pants, bibs, and other winter accessories for kids and youths utilizing the same technical materials and without sacrificing quality.

What is Boulder Gear clothing best used for?

Boulder Gear makes outerwear that can be used anywhere from backcountry pursuits to shredding rails in the terrain park. With technologies like RECCO reflectors, full seam sealed layers, ventilation, and pass pockets, these jackets and pants feel right at home frontside skiing as they would out of bounds.