Rental Ski Gear and Apparel

Patagonia Jackets & Pants, Scott Helmets, Gloves & Goggles

RENTAL SKI GEAR, WHAAAT???

That’s right, new for 2019, Explore Rentals is officially in the winter rentals business. Over the years we have received countless enquiries from individuals and families seeking the items you can’t rent on the Mountain; ski jackets, pants, googles, helmets, and gloves. For a lot of people, this may seem odd. But for folks from warmer climes where there is no reason to own a parka, to families with rapidly growing kids, and to those unfortunate folks whose luggage is lost by the airlines there is now a solution for those visiting Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, and Yellowstone Park in the winter. 

Explore Rentals is now able to provide premium rental ski jackets and pants from Patagonia and helmets, gloves, and goggles from Scott for sale. All of our rental gear is impeccably maintained and superior quality. We have been in the rental outdoor gear business for nearly 10-years now, and have gotten pretty good at it along the way. Conveniently located next to the Bozeman Airport, we are able to get you kitted out and on your way to the mountain in no time at all. 

ONLY THE BEST RENTALS

At Explore Rentals, we do not cut corners. We learned a long time ago that if you have inferior outdoor gear, Montana will eat your lunch. As a result, we have chosen to only offer rental Patagonia ski jackets and pants. Not only is Patagonia winter apparel the best you can but, but it is also as responsibly sourced as possible. In addition to our rental ski jackets and pants, we are also offering googles for rent and gloves, and helmets from Scott for sale. 

Whether you and the family are cruising groomers in Big Sky, or you are chasing wolves in Yellowstone National Park, our premium rental winter gear will keep you dry and safe. 

FORGET THE HASSLE

You are on vacation- enjoy yourself! Take the stress out of traveling and packing and let us do the work for you. We will have all of your rental gear ready to for you on arrival. If you rent one of our cars, we can even have it all boxed and loaded for you inside one of our rental Yakima roof boxes.

It simply cannot get any easier; no waiting line, no dealing with shipping, no checking bags or worrying your gear will get lost, and no buying of expensive gear you will only use once a year. Let Explore Rentals outfit your winter adventure and save money, time, and hassle. 

HOW IT WORKS

Step 1.

On our Reservations page, enter your requested rental dates. Available inventory of each item will be displayed. Select what you desire and add to your cart.

Step 2.

Verify your Cart and rental dates/ times. A 15% credit card deposit is required to confirm all bookings. You will be prompted for flight info and contact info, as well as the CC deposit.

STEP 3.

Pick up your rental gear at the office at your scheduled time. If you are picking-up after-hours, your gear will be boxed and labeled in our secure storage locker.  Go and enjoy! 

STEP 4.

Prior to your departure flight, swing by the office to drop off your gear. If it is prior to our 9am open, you can leave it in the storage locker outside. Your CC on file will be billed the balance due.

ABOUT RENTING FROM EXPLORE RENTALS

Explore Rentals has been the preeminent outdoor gear rental agency in greater Yellowstone region since 2011. Our goal has always been to provide the best possible rental gear for outdoor adventures. With well over 200 different types of outdoor rentals for summer adventures, it seemed only natural to start renting some winter awesomeness. Keeping to our traditions, new for 2019 we are proud to offer premium Patagonia and Scott winter apparel and gear rentals. 

Our location next to the Bozeman Airport, with after-hours pick-up and drop-offs possible, allows for tremendous convenience with no waiting in line, and no hassle of dealing with shipping- ever. You can now easily rent Patagonia jackets and pants, as well as Scott winter gear, to ensure that you stay comfortable bombing down the mountain in Big Sky, or watching wolves in Yellowstone.