Hit the slopes in style with Tipsy Elves ski suits, premium crafted for performance and designed to make you the talk of the slopes and the ski lodge! Our ski suits are meticulously engineered to make your time on the mountain unbelievably comfortable and unforgettably fun. Our breathable, insulated lining will keep you warm down to 20˚ F while our 100% waterproof shell ensures that you’ll stay dry for every run.
Tipsy Elves ski suits feature adaptive, performance-focused features, including zippered ventilation, double-breasted snap pockets, retractable waterproof storm hood, elastic tab cuffs, and adjustable elastic waist. Their cleanly tailored and articulated fit ensures that you’ll feel as good as you look shredding the slopes.
No matter how dense the powder is on the mountain or how packed the dance floor gets for Aprés Ski, Tipsy Elves Ski Suits stand out where it counts.
All Tipsy Elves Ski suits are jam-packed with functional features including:
-100% waterproof fabric: rated at 10,000mm.
-Insulated lining and zippered ventilation.
-Temperature rated down to 25 °F before additional clothing under the ski suit is recommended.
-Double breasted snap pockets.
-Hidden retractable waterproof storm hood.
-Heavy-duty waterproof zippers.
-Waterproof elasticized tab cuffs.
-Exterior waist adjustment.
-Adjustable elastic boot cuff.
-Under leg zippered ventilation.
-An epic style that never quits!
-Made of 100% polyester.
-Model is 6'2", 185 lbs, and is wearing a size LARGE ski suit.
Is it a Rubix cube? Is it a Lite Brite? No. It’s our Mile-High retro ski suit. Those primary colors will bring back fond memories if you’re a child of the eighties. And if you’re a millennial, they’ll take on fresh meaning when you make some brand new memories on that epic powder this ski season.
• Tipsy Tech™ 100% waterproof outer shell
• Articulated wrist and boot cuffs
• Mountain Tough waterproof zippers
• Integrated waist adjustment system
• Secure double-breasted snap pockets
• Concealed waterproof storm hood
• Epic style that never quits