White Sierra Brand Spotlight and Giveaway

Winter clothing needs to perform. Whether you're layering up to keep warm or to stay dry while in the elements, you need your clothing to work for you. Quality waterproof clothing can get pretty expensive but White Sierra produces good clothing that won't bust your budget. Keep reading to learn more then enter our White Sierra giveaway at the bottom of this post.

For over 30 years White Sierra has been making quality clothing for value-conscious outdoor lovers. Starting with quality fabrics and simple designs, White Sierra produces clothing that is perfect for the trail, the sledding hill or hanging around town. From casual shirts, fleece layers and zip-off convertible pants to winter jackets, White Sierra is there to make you warm and keep you looking good.

Sierra Trading Post has a good selection of kids clothing from White Sierra. Personally, I hate to spend a lot of money on kids clothing because they outgrow it so fast. Here is my personal experience with White Sierra. (These are the author's opinions and not those of Sierra Trading Post)

A few years ago I bought my daughter snow pants at a local big box store. I thought I was saving money on something we'd likely only get one season out of. The first time outside playing in those snow pants the water soaked through. The waterproof or even water resistance of those pants were non-existent. I realized I could buy White Sierra kids snow pants at Sierra Trading Post for the same cost as cheaper pants at the big box stores. Now both of my daughters are wearing White Sierra snow pants for snowboarding, sledding and playing in the backyard. They've never soaked through.

Hot Products From White Sierra

White Sierra Giveaway

1. White Sierra Cozy Fleece Jacket - 200 wt. (For Women) -  Made with a fuzzy, 200 wt. knit fleece that's so cuddly and toasty.

2. White Sierra Mountain Comfort Shirt - Zip Neck, Long Sleeve (For Men) - Your new favorite chilly peak pullover or cozy, at-home layer, White Sierra's Mountain Comfort shirt features a silky-soft blend of fine-knit cotton and polyester that's both light and protective.

3. White Sierra Snow Bib Overalls - Insulated (For Toddlers) - Ensure your little one's first snow day is a warm one in White Sierra's snow bib overalls, fortified with warm insulation for hours in the great, sparkly outdoors.

4. White Sierra Trabagon Rain Jacket - Waterproof (For Youth) - Practically featherweight, White Sierra's Trabagon rain jacket has a fully waterproof shell with taped, fully sealed seams for double the moisture lock-out.

5. White Sierra Cruiser Snow Pants - Insulated (For Girls) - Whether your preferred method of travel is by sled or by ski, you'll cruise in comfort with White Sierra's Cruise snow pants, packed with low-bulk insulation to warm you up without weighing you down.

White Sierra Discount

White Sierra Giveaway

Would you like to win a FREE product from the Sierra Social Hub? Comment below letting us know what White Sierra product you'd most like to receive for free. We'll pick one comment and send the winner the product of his or her choice. The winner will be contacted by email and announced on the blog after Thursday, December 25, 2014.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING. Open only to legal U.S. residents of the 50 United States and D.C. who are 18 years of age or older. See Official Rules athttp://STP.me/BrandSpot for additional eligibility restrictions, prize descriptions/conditions, entry periods and complete details. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Sierra Trading Post, Inc. 5025 Campstool Rd., Cheyenne, WY 82007.

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Andy Hawbaker
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Andy Hawbaker
Andy is a hiker, backpacker, snowboarder and outdoor fanatic. When he isn't exploring the Rocky Mountains, burning marshmallows or scratching his dog behind the ear, he shares his experiences here on the Sierra Trading Post Blog.
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