American Ski Race Knit

Alps & Meters

100040NVSM

810072743305

43033038618868

$475.00
Made in the USA and modeled after the classic Ski Race Sweater, which identified an individual as a member of the racing class; those fast, adventurous souls with a spirit drawn to the mountains for the freedom offered by winter sporting traditions.

Fitted and protective, with elements of appropriate padding and ergonomic engineering, ski racing knitwear was the gear of choice for gate crashers whose passion, attitude, and on-snow technique endeared them to mountain towns and alpine sport enthusiasts the world over.
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THE STORY

The National Ski Association was formed in Ishpeming, Michigan in 1905. Honing both the organization and the competitiveness of its members and participants, the NSA recognized the first Americans to ski under the flag of the United States in international competition in 1928.

From Gretchen Fraser’s first American gold medal at the ’48 games in Switzerland to Billy Kid’s first male medal at Innsbruck in ’64, the legends and moments that have followed have placed American go-for-glory guts on display for the world which remains a living legacy celebrated every 4 years.

The Authentic American Alpine collection celebrates this legacy of American skiing with a series of knitwear pieces entirely Made in the USA.

FORGED PERFORMANCE

Made in the USA from a cashmere-merino blend that perfectly balances softness, comfort, warmth and durability.

FORGED PERFORMANCE

Made in the USA from a cashmere-merino blend that perfectly balances softness, comfort, warmth and durability.

DESIGNED BY TRADITION

An ode to the glory days of alpine sport

Features & Benefits

WARM & PROTECTIVE

Made in the USA.

70% super-fine merino 30% cashmere yarns blended for softness, form-fitting comfort and lasting durability.

MAXIMUM UTILITY

3 peak alpine graphic honors the long lineage of American Downhillers

Quality & Durability

Triple knit yarns on elbows and shoulders.

Natural yarn body offers moisture wicking and temperature regulation.