Searching for new skiing or snowboarding gear for the upcoming season? Sugar Bowl ski resort is putting on a Labor Day sale that could be the answer to your search for various gear.
This Labor Day Weekend – Sept. 3 through Sept. 5 –the Truckee High School parking lot will transform into Sugar Bowl’s largest winter gear sale of the year, complete with ski and snowboard hardware and soft goods priced at 50-70 percent off.
Brands include Volkl, K2, Nordica, Bogner, Arcteryx, Spyder, Toni Sailer, Nobis, Diamond in the Snow, Helly Hansen, Alpine North, Nikita, Vans, Burton, Rome, Ride, Oakley, Sessions, Holden, Dakine and Sugar Bowl logo outerwear.
Items on sale include jackets, pants, gloves, under layers, bags, backpacks, helmets, snowshoes, and of course skis and snowboards. In addition to winter gear, Sugar Bowl Resort will be selling season passes for the 2011/12 ski season.
The Labor Day sale runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
Sugar Bowl ski resort, which rests atop majestic Donner Summit, has been the home of authentic alpine adventure in Tahoe since 1939. This ski season with an abundance of snow, Sugar Bowl opened for Memorial Day weekend and also had lifts running on Fourth of July weekend for its passholders and special guests.
For more information on Sugar Bowl’s Labor Day sale, visit sugarbowl.com/winter-gear-sale or call (530) 426-9000.
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