The 6 Best Luxury Ski Wear Companies

Buy the best high-end ski clothing brands

When it comes to ski apparel, you get what you pay for. And in a sport that has been entangled with luxury living since its inception, you can count on paying quite a bit. The most luxurious brands on the slopes aren’t just slapping a logo on an impractical ski jacket, though. In many cases these brands started as small mountain-centric manufacturers and grew into fashion mainstays on the strength of their design, details and craftsmanship. We did the homework for you and searched for the best luxury ski apparel brands around, so it'll be easy to find something that's just your style.


Bogner Robin Down Jacket
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Bringing form and function to the mountains since 1932, Bogner designs some of the most stylish kits on the slopes. The German brand traces its heritage to World Cup racing, and it’s been the official outfitter of the German Ski Association since 1952. You don’t have to bomb the Kandahar downhill racecourse to sport Bogner gear, though, because stylish jackets are at home at the finish line and in chichi resort villages.

Top Men’s Bogner Jacket:

Bogner Robin Down Jacket (Buy on

Top Women’s Bogner Jacket:

Bogner Elia Down Jacket (Buy on

Canada Goose

Canada Goose Expedition Parka
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Founded in Toronto in 1957 by Polish immigrant Sam Tick, Canada Goose has grown into a premier outerwear brand, revered by explorers, climbers, mushers and — yes — schussers, too. Every Canada Goose jacket is designed for the demands of the Arctic, with each cut, fold and stitch guided by 50 years of experience in the bitter cold. For all its Arctic pedigree, Canada Goose jackets look just as good on frigid big-city streets as they do in toasty après-ski bars.

Top Men’s Canada Goose Jacket:

Canada Goose Expedition Parka (Buy on

Top Women’s Canada Goose Jacket:

Canada Goose Snow Mantra (Buy on

Dale of Norway

Dale of Norway St. Moritz Feminine Sweater
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This Norwegian brand has been knitting wool garments since 1879 when their first textile factory opened in the village of Dale on the country’s West Coast. Today, Dale of Norway is ski country’s premier merino wool apparel company on and off the slopes — they’re the official apparel partner of the Norwegian Ski Team and their classic styles are at home in the finest resort villages in Europe.

Top Men’s Dale of Norway Ski Sweater:

Dale of Norway Lahti Masculine Sweater (Buy on

Top Women’s Dale of Norway Ski Sweater:

Dale of Norway St. Moritz Feminine Sweater (Buy on


KJUS Formula DLX Ski Jacket Mens
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This innovative sportswear company was formed in 2000 by Lasse Kjus and Swiss entrepreneur Didi Serena, and since then has pushed the envelope, bringing fabric innovations and precision engineering to resort and backcountry ski garments.

Top Men’s Kjus Ski Jacket:

Kjus Formula DLX Jacket (Buy on

Top Women’s Kjus Ski Jacket:

Kjus Edelweiss Jacket (Buy on


Moncler Tatie Hooded Jacket
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Founded in 1952 in Monestier-de-Clermont, France, by Rene Ramillon and Andre Vincent, Moncler’s first products were quilted sleeping bags. They later developed down jackets and equipment that helped Italian mountaineer Ardito Desio summit K2 back in 1954. These days, Moncler gear is as likely to be found on the Fashion Week runways as it is the on the slopes of Chamonix. While the brand has evolved into a global fashion icon, you can count on Moncler jackets to perform in the worst weather conditions while looking great.

Top Men’s Moncler Ski Jacket:

Moncler Kostemberg Gilet Vest (Buy on

Top Women’s Moncler Ski Jacket:

Moncler Tatie Hooded Jacket (Buy on


M.Miller Loren Silver Down Jacket with Finnracoon Hood
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Boston-based M.Miller designs and manufactures high-end women’s skiwear that is gorgeous yet practical, and moves easily from the slopes to the après ski scene. M.Miller is known for its premier textiles, artful embroidery and luxe fur trim.

Top Women’s M.Miller Ski Jacket:

M.Miller Loren Silver Down Jacket with Finnracoon Hood (Buy on


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