Our Zone4.ca site is now live for the YK Ski Club Ski Team Uniform Order!
Please make your order by Friday, December 6, 2019. We are anticipating a four-week turn-around time for the order so the uniforms will likely arrive in January 2020. (Note: IOU notes for new ski gear are perfectly acceptable Christmas gifts.)
If you have any questions, please contact Diep Duong at firstname.lastname@example.org
You’ll find the following information in the Zone4 link, but I copy it below so you can browse the options before making an order. Prices range from $80 for a youth warm-up jacket to $95 for adults. Pants cost between $60 and $95.
A reminder of how great this stuff will look:
Size, product details
The club is happy to be offering updated Louis Garneau custom clothing in both Junior and Senior Sizing.
There are two lines for the warm up suits:
Kick – offers a warm liner which is perfect for the younger TA kids. Coaches recommends this line for the Track Attack kids (unless they are too tall and no longer fit the junior sizing). Unfortunately, there is no side zipper on the pants. The Kick line has junior sizing (warm up jacket, warm up vest and warm up pants). Note that Garneau also carries warm up jackets and warm up vests in the Kick line for adults who may want to be a little warmer (i.e. coaches, parents, recreational skier, or older TA kids who just want a little warmer jacket/vest). There are no adult Kick warm up pants.
Lapps – there is no warm liner. The Lapps line has pants with a full side zipper. Coaches recommends this line for the HP kids.
There are two lines for the racing suits:
Sparke – has a warm liner which again is great for the younger Track Attack kids but Garneau actually has this line for both junior and adult sizing.
Brisk – does not have the warmer liner and is better for the HP kids. Coaches recommends this line for the HP kids.
Note: Ski racing suits will be available for rental for Track Attack and a few will be available for High Performance, but feel free to order one for any skier who wishes to have their own!
Thanks again to Diep Duong, our volunteer grants and fundraising director, for organizing this!