Jans experts review products featured in upcoming Winter Sale

PARK CITY, Utah — Although it feels like winter may never end, Jans will have markdowns of up to 50% off to cap off the season and make room for spring. The sale launches on March 7 in all Jans locations and online. There’s no better way to learn about product than from the professionals themselves, here are Jans employee reviews on some of the items you’ll find in the Winter Sale.

Stokli Stormrider 102 Ski

There’s something about the precision, craftsmanship, and attention to detail that make Stockli skis special. You feel it right away when you pick up the Stormrider 102, and you’ll also notice it is not a light ski. Deliberate and purposeful, the weight of the Stormrider gives you stable control to carve big turns through choppy, tracked-out, or variable snow.” – Chris Norwood, Editor and ski writer

Photo: Eric Schramm.

Mountain Hardwear Women’s Boundary Ridge Gore-Tex Jacket

“Not only am I grateful for all the snow we’ve been getting this season, but I’m especially grateful for my Boundary Ridge jacket to keep me from getting soaked. Storm days or bluebirds, this Gore-Tex hardshell jacket is the perfect balance between waterproof and breathable. Another perk I love are the massive pockets—great for stuffing full of snacks to keep you on the hill and out of the lodge.” – Olivia Reed, Media Manager

Helly Hansen Kids’ Level Jacket

“The Level has every feature a parent wants out of ski gear for their kid. Safety, weather protection, warm insulation, adjustability—everything! Plus, it fits comfortably and looks super cool so your kids will be stoked to wear it out on the hill.” – Paul Boyle, E-Commerce Manager

Photo: Eric Schramm.

Norrona Lofoten Men’s Gore-Tex Jacket

“The weight and packability of this jacket make it stand apart. Never have I had something that so easily stows away while still providing full storm-level protection on the hill.” – Paul Boyle, E-Commerce Manager

Blundstone Original Chelsea Boot

“I practically live in my Blundstones from October through April—they’re warm enough to be comfortable in cold weather, but not too warm to the point of making your feet sweaty. They’re also so easy to slip on and off which is great when you’re constantly in and out of the house. And the best part? They’ll last forever!” – Becky Lamphier, Merchandiser

Photo: Eric Schramm.

K2 Mindbender 99 TI Ski

“Advanced and expert skiers will love ripping the lively and powerful Mindbender 99 TI around the mountain. The edge hold is super solid thanks to the Titanal Y Beam, which lets you arc high speed turns across varying snow surfaces with confidence. The perfect amount of rocker in the tails lets you release your edges and slide sideways effortlessly when you need to hit the brakes or maneuver through tight terrain.” – Chris Norwood, Editor and ski writer

Hestra Wakayama Glove

“I run pretty warm, so having a glove with a removable liner is a game changer! If I’m skiing at the resort, the liner goes on. If I’m skiing in the backcountry, the liner goes in my backpack just in case a storm rolls in—so versatile! Besides the functionality, I especially love the rustic work glove-style look of the Wakayamas, and the paracord wrist strap ads a fun retro touch.” – Olivia Reed, Media Manager

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