Designed by Tradition

Timeless alpine apparel with uncompromising performance

Forged Performance

Each high performance garment, essential, and accessory fuses high quality natural materials with classic garment construction methods and contemporary technologies to deliver first class products that are tailored, technical, and timeless.

A commitment to natural materials

For 200 years, alpine sportsmen and women have relied upon natural materials for maximum on-mountain comfort and protection. It with respect for two centuries of skiing history that Alps & Meters crafts its garments with using the finest natural materials from the most storied mills and tanneries throughout the world. British Millerain waxed cotton, full grain waterproof leathers, Italian wools, and cashmere all combine to create handsome old-world garments of exceptional quality and craftsmanship.

Modern protective technologies

Alps & Meters products reflect a desire to fuse the old world with the new. Each garment is built to deftly combine timeless aesthetic values with modern performance attributes to create a contemporary expression of traditional alpine sportswear. The application of interior 10k/10k windproof/waterproof membranes, seam-sealed zippers, zip-in & zip-out powder skirts, and other ski-specific features ensure the highest standard of alpine sport protection and performance.

Classic tailoring techniques

There was a time during the early advent of alpine sport when, out of sheer necessity, garments were truly built to last. Purposeful design and construction techniques delivered durable, timeless garments that were passed down from generation to generation. Woven into the fabric of Alps & Meters’ soul is a commitment to old-world quality and an intention to revisit classic and sturdy methods of making, so as to create alpine sportswear meant for a lifetime of use in the mountains.

"The aesthetic is Chamonix circa 1930. The fabrics are all-natural and hard wearing, and the cut is Saville Row."

"This is serious ski-wear, but with the spirit of a debonair European princess. Be it in St. James or St. Moritz, the selection is versatile enough to carry her warmly through the season – off, or on-piste."