Skida x 4Frnt

4FRNT

Based in Burlington, VT, 4FRNT is known for its innovative approach to the ski industry.  For the last five years, Skida founder Corinne Prevot has skied for the 4FRNT team so naturally, we've put our heads together to create an annual collaboration. This year we created a wear-with-anything camo inspired by this season's subtle and earthy ski graphics.

skida x coalition snow

Coalition Snow

Coalition Snow is a design-forward and women-led ski company, so naturally, we came together to give their whimsical prints a fresh platform on our headwear & accessories.

Wild Rye x Skida

Wild Rye

Wild Rye is a mountain apparel brand designed to empower women to thrive in the outdoors with beautifully crafted gear and apparel. This year we are bringing you two new vibrant prints to mix and match in any cold conditions: Frosty Ranunculus and Chonky Floral.

brave trails

Camp Brave Trails

Camp Brave Trails is a summer camp that uses the outdoors as a catalyst for creating a safe and inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ youth to grow. We collaborated with outdoors photographer + a long time friend of Skida, Stephen Shelesky, on this print. Stephen priorities storytelling that promotes the outdoors as a space that uplifts, accepts, and includes everybody. Together, we wanted to create a print that was not only beautiful but illustrated the evolution from the traditional Pride rainbow into a more accurate representation of the LGBTQ+ community. Celebrate Pride 365 days a year with this print!

up top

High Fives Foundation

High Fives is an adaptive sports organization that has supported 500+ athletes in their return to biking, surfing, and skiing (and more!) through adaptive equipment and camps. At Skida,we believe everyone deserves a place in the outdoors and are proud to introduce our fourth collaboration with the High Fives Foundation.

denim daisy

Ripton & Co.

Our pals over at Ripton & Co. are performance denim experts, and we’re stoked on this limited-edition collaboration. The capsule collection is complete with “Skida-fied” jorts, a cycling bib, bike fender, and other classic Skida products. The print, Denim Daisy, celebrates whimsy, springtime, and – well, denim!

Crowded Slopes

Dede Johnston

Dede Johnston is a photographer and designer born in Burlington, Vermont. Though she now divides her time between London and Courchevel in the French Alps, Dede has never forgotten her roots. Our shared love of wintry landscapes, skiing, and Vermont made this collaboration a no-brainer.

gear repair patches!

NoSo Patches

In the Winter of 2021, we were delighted to get in touch with Kelli Jones, the mastermind behind the beautiful repair patches at NoSo. Our founder, Corinne, was stoked on her and Kelli’s shared passion for sustainability and the outdoors, making this collaboration a no-brainer. Give your gear a little love + longevity – these patches are weather resistant and provide a lil’ more flare than the ol’ strip of duct tape!

skida x pit viper

Pit Viper

We teamed up with the louder, badder skiers at Pit Viper to create a print that throws it back to a time of straight skis, loud music, and abundant powder. This limited-edition print pays homage to bright times before Gore-Tex. Founded in 2012, Pit Viper creates eyewear that can take a beating. Their goal is building quality gear for the activities we love. We share founder-driver missions of self-expression through style and functional gear. We are startups with roots in skiing who like to do things our own way, and share a mindset that brings people together. Welcome to the party!

l39ion racing team

Legion of LA

Legion of Los Angeles (L39ION) is an Elite Cycling Team dedicated to increasing diversity, encouraging inclusion, and giving supporters access to their favorite athletes. We are honored to partner with Team L39ION, as they amplify BIPOC voices in the cycling community. Founder Justin Williams states, “As we move forward it’s important to remind people about the destination we are headed towards. I feel that this collaboration allows for just that, forcing people to lok wearers in the face and acknowledge how far we've come, but how far we still have to go.”