Hoback Sports launches pre-season sale

JACKSON, Wyo. — The lifts at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will start to turn next week! That means ski season is here…but are you ready?

Hoback Sports has got you covered and is hosting their annual Local’s Pre-Season Sale Friday, November 22 through Monday, November 25. With discounts 10% to 60% off winter gear storewide this will be the best price you’re going to see until the snow melts.

There’s no reason to go another year cursing at those ski boots or lugging that AT set up for one more season. With 15% off 2019 skis, boots, and bindings you can get the deal and get the gear. Make sure you treat your feet on this hill this winter with $70 off Sidas custom footbeds made by Hoback’s experience boot fitting staff. If you slide sideways, Hoback’s got 10% off snowboards, splitboards, bindings, and snowboard boots.

The right gear means leading the pack on the next big snow day. Photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Already got a gear closet bursting at the seams? Make sure the whole family is warm, dry, and happy with 15% off winter clothing from the best brands. Or finish out the kit and stay safe with accessories, goggles, gloves, helmets, backcountry gear, and the rest you need for winter all at 15% off*.

Winter’s here so make sure you’re prepared by joining Hoback Sports at their annual Local’s Pre-Season Sale Friday till Monday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

To learn more call 307-733-5335 during store hours or visit hobacksports.com


*Some exclusions apply, see store for details.

Community Partner:

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski area in the US, rising 4,139 feet from the valley floor to the top of Rendezvous Mountain!

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