Skiing requires balance and can be just as dangerous as riding a bike or skateboard. Protect your little skier’s noggin with a helmet! We love Smith Arrival MIPS Snow Helmet for keeping little noggins safe.
Goggles are necessary gear for skiers to help protect their eyes. They need protection not just from the sun’s harsh rays, but also from wind and ice chunks that may get kicked up, while on the slopes!
This head accessory has many uses, from keeping hair out of your little girl’s eyes, to keeping the wind and snow off of your kiddo’s neck, mouth and nose.
Easy Ski Wedges are the perfect accessory for beginning skiers. These little bungee straps attach to the tips of the skis to assist in keeping the skis together to slow down and keep a slower speed. Check out the great assortment of tip clamps and ski wedge's at your local ski shop.
What could be more silly than a hitchhiking yeti? Your kiddo will adore this long sleeve shirt, all winter long. Find the t-shirt here along with more Yeti gear.
Finding a multifunctional jacket that can work for different types of weather is idea. Look for a detachable hood. We like the Patagonia Snowbelle ski jacket.
Every young skiing enthusiast would be thrilled to find a new pair of skis, adorned with a big, fancy bow! Check out the skis by Rossignol with fun cartoon prints.
If you have a little one that is new to skiing, a ski harness is a must! Attach them to your kiddo to help you aid them in getting on and off the ski lifts, as well as helping them learn to turn.
Protection from the wind, and cold, wet snow is an absolute must for little skier. Check out the great ski gloves that Backcountry.com has to offer. We like these Burton Mini Shred mittens.
This furry Yeti may not be the best pal to have on the slopes, but he sure makes the perfect snuggle buddy, while warming up after an afternoon of skiing.
Hot Chillys has a variety of fun prints and styles to choose from.
Ski pants are a no brainer! Check out these high quality options from Patagonia. We like the snowbelle ski pants.
There isn’t much that is more frustrating than wet socks while you are headed down the slopes. Keep your kiddos feet drier, for longer with wool socks.
It is easy for lips to get chapped from the sun and the wind. Make chapstick a little more pleasing by opting for Burt's Bees this lip balm that smells like mint cocoa!
Your kiddo can dress up their ski bag or ski coat with this sweet Ski Utah Pin!
Thread Wallets will keep your kiddo’s money safe, so they will not go hungry at lunch time, on the slopes!
This Blue Lizard mineral based sunblock is easy to apply, and a absolute necessity, even on cloudy days.
End the perfect ski day with a mug of hot chocolate!
Need a say more? Our families favorite is Stephen's Gourmet hot chocolate, and it tastes delicious!
This Yeti Rambler is the perfect size keeping hot water hot, even when it's freezing outside.
Of course every skier needs a good pair of ski boots, but what about if your kiddo outgrows their current pair, mid-season? With a pair of Roces boots, you will not have to worry about that, because these amazing boots are adjustable, for growing feet!
A ski bag is essential to help your little ones keep their gear, like goggles, extra socks, and gloves together. You will not be disappointed with a quality bag like Cotopaxi bags.
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