Wyoming is considered to be one of the best places to ski in the United States. Skiers and boarders from across the world flock to the state year-round to experience some of the best trails and peaks around. The area’s popularity has led to a boom in the ski and board industry. Whether you need a new jacket or a tune-up, you’ll likely want some guidance. To help you sort through these businesses and services, we’ve compiled a list of local places to help you find exactly what you need.



CroakiesThis business designs and creates eyewear retainers. Whether you use optical or polarized lenses, their products will ensure your frames stay where they’re supposed to be: on your head. JACKSON

SkiProphet™This online resource posts videos reviewing and testing a range of ski gear, equipment, and accessories. TETON VILLAGE

Teton Gravity ResearchThis company produces premier ski, snowboard, and surf films. Since their founding, they have created thirty-two films and have an established online presence within the action sports community. TETON VILLAGE

VestPacThey create a lightweight hydration system with easy access pockets. They also carry durable outdoors accessories, such as bibs and cellphone bungies. JACKSON

Igneous SkisThis custom ski and snowboard manufacturer offers a full line of popular models or a fully customized approach. It all starts with an interview that’s designed to determine the perfect product for you. JACKSON

Maiden SkisThis premium ski manufacturer has a distinctively independent feel. A company started by a guy working out of his basement, they now have a full line of skis, custom sit-skis for Paralympic athletes, as well as other adaptive skiing programs. JACKSON

Gannett Peak SportsThis shop has classic, skate, and touring skis for rent or for purchase. They have boots, poles, waxes, and apparel. They also offer a limited selection of other winter gear, such as snowshoes. LANDER

Sunlight SportsThis outdoor sports store has a SnowSports Department of varying selection. We found some great ski helmets, and we got the sense that this place can be hit-or-miss for ski gear. Plenty of apparel to peruse through, though. CODY



Wyoming residents spend a lot of time slope-side. As a result, you probably have a favorite shop, retailer, or local ski news source. If we’ve missed your favorite business, let us know. We want to maintain an up-to-date and informative ski and board business database. If you happen to own one of these businesses, drop us a line—write to Jeremy at jeremy@coloradoskiauthority.com about advertising, email campaigns and other ways to promote your brand.