5-minute chat with National Snow Show exhibitors Oneskee

We are delighted to announce that Oneskee will be joining us at The National Snow Show, bringing their modern one-piece snowsuits to Retail Street.

Oneskee was founded by brothers Scott and Josh Clifford in 2014 and is based in the UK. The one piece snow suit has always been functional, but they’ve added both technicality and style in abundance to re-ignite its popularity and make it the go-to mountain apparel once more.

Our ethos remains the same to this day, and beyond just creating a fashion trend on the slopes they are determined to make a wider difference within the ski world. For too long there has been too little diversity and too much stereotyping within the industry and it’s down to fresh innovative brands to make a positive change.

We asked the team 5 quick-fire questions:

  1. What can visitors expect to find at the Oneskee stand at the show?

A very warm welcome and the best all-round one piece snow suits in the world. You’ll also find exclusive pre-season deals that you won’t find online to celebrate us being at The National Snow Show!

  1. What is different about the Oneskee brand?

Everything really, it’s what we stand for.

  1. Will you have any product launches or exclusive products available at the show?

Yes, we will have only just launched our entire new collection for the 2021/22 winter season, so visitors at the show will be the first to see and try on the new products first hand. We have some really exciting developments and designs coming next year, so it should be really fun showcasing them to the public for the first time and seeing their reaction!

  1. Where is your favourite place to ski/snowboard?

This is a very tough question, but for nostalgic reasons I’d have to say the Portes du Soleil area in the French Alps, in-particular Morzine, Les Gets and Avoriaz. It’s where we both learnt to ski/snowboard and came up with the idea for Oneskee, so it will always be close to our hearts. However if you’re looking for the best après in the world, I’d personally recommend getting yourself to Val d’Isère or St. Anton! 🙂

  1. What is your one piece of advice for newcomers to the sport?

Buy a Oneskee! No only joking – make sure you leave your boots in a warm dry place overnight, trust us, you’ll appreciate it in the morning!

The mountains are ours.

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