With Ladies Night fast approaching (this Wednesday, October 26th), I’ve picked a few items from the shop to whet your appetite for our big, one-night sale for women. Note that all prices listed below are non-sale prices, so you’ll pay a lot less if you shop with us at the store on Wednesday night.
1) Outdoor Research BackStop Gloves $34.95
Pair these technical glove liners with ski gloves for extra warmth, or wear them alone on trail runs. They’re soft and wicking so they’re quick to dry. Plus, they’ve got GORE Windstopper on the back of the hand to protect skin from the harsh winter elements.
2) Haiku Escape Bag $41.95
Haiku by Sharon Eisenhauer bags are poetic creations of style and utility. Each bag’s pattern is slightly different, having been made from recycled fabrics. This model makes a great travel purse, fitting all your essentials plus a notepad or book.
3) Prana Tattoo Long Sleeve Tee $39.95
Flaunt a tattoo this winter! This Prana longsleeve has a little edge thanks to its water-based henna tattoo design that runs from the front to the upper sleeves. And because it’s made by Prana, you can count on it lasting a lifetime.
4) The North Face Shadow Fox Cord Skirt $44.95
I’m not sure what a shadow fox is, but it must look good if it inspired this North Face skirt. Corduroy stretch material keeps it casual, yet the pencil fit can take you from dancing on the weekends to work meetings on weekdays.
5) SmartWool Jovian Stripe Socks $18.95
Once you go wool, you’ll never go back. This pair from SmartWool is one of my favorites to add a splash of color to my wardrobe.
5 Under $50 is a monthly Tahoe Mountain Sports blog series dedicated to showcasing some of our more affordable products. Each month we pick a theme, then show you the gear.
I’m a 6-year Tahoe resident. Yep, I live the life, with a lake view from my desk, lunch breaks on the beach with my dog, and morning powder runs when the snow’s good. I ski, snowboard, skate ski, and cross-country ski in winter, and hike, mountain bike, backpack, and lay around on Tahoe’s beaches in summer.