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Go to any ski resort in America and chances are you’ll have a hard time distinguishing the women from the men. You might catch a glimpse of long hair peeking out from underneath a stocking cap, but that’s about the only clue you’ll get to help you tell between the two.
Most of the styles in snow apparel are essentially unisex, with only minor differences in size and cut. Even colors are similar with both men and women donning blacks, blues, reds, and greens.
What’s a woman to do to stand out on the slopes and feel sexy and feminine again?
The answer: slip into a SnowSkirtâ„¢.
Inventor Sharen Stamp of Evergreen, Colorado, says the idea for SnowSkirtsâ„¢ came in a moment of inspiration as she walked by a framed print hanging in the entryway of her home. She had passed the picture about a thousand times before, but this time was different…
The old-fashioned skiing scene depicted two 1940s-era women sailing down the slopes in long wool skirts and cute petticoats. They looked like they were having so much fun! But what inspired Sharen even more was that the women in the picture actually looked like women.
You could not mistake them for men if you tried because their clothing was so clearly feminine.
That initial inspiration led Sharen to create SnowSkirts. And now, for the first time in decades, you can feel attractive on the slopes again.
When you wear a SnowSkirt, you will feel sexy. You will be attractive. And you will announce to the world that you are proud of your girlhood.
SnowSkirts are not like the conservative wool skirts Sharen saw in the picture. Rather, they are short, colorful, sexy â€“ flattering from every angle.
And not only are they attractive, they are also functional. The durable water-resistant fabric gives you one extra layer to protect you from cold seats and damp snow. Zippered pockets give you extra storage space for small items like lip balm.
SnowSkirts look best with SnowLegginsâ„¢, a specially designed pant to go underneath your SnowSkirt. They are made with 100% waterproof Schoeller softshell fabric and are insulated with a soft, warm fleece lining enhanced by a 5% wool blend. Best of all, they flatter your figure because they hug your legs and make them look slender.
Since the SnowSkirt and SnowLeggins are separate, SnowSkirts are perfect as a fashion accessory. Instead of buying just one, many women buy two or three so they can enjoy different looks throughout the ski season.
Initial feedback has already been exceptionally positive. After his wife wore a SnowSkirt to Loveland Ski Hill, Steve E. reported, â€œMy wife hasn’t been whistled at in 10 years and today she was whistled at all day.â€ One of the mountain employees immediately asked, â€œWhere can I get one?â€
Are SnowSkirts and SnowLeggins for everyone? Clearly, no. There will be tomboys and rugged women who will naturally feel more comfortable dressing like men. But if you’re tired of wearing masculine snow apparel and you’re ready to feel sexy and attractive on the slopes again, then SnowSkirts will be the perfect fit for you.
Look for SnowSkirts at your local ski shop this season. If you’d like to save time, please visit SnowSkirts.com for the latest information about retailers who offer SnowSkirts.
30721 Middleton Road
Evergreen, CO 80439