Snow Child Clothing

By Andrea Ludwig


Owner of Snow Child Clothing, Hunter Berry.

Are you a snow sports enthusiast or love the cold weather and can’t wait for the winter? Well, Snow Child Clothing is for you! In 2017, Hunter Berry created Snow Child Clothing. Hunter absolutely loves the winter and thoroughly enjoys snowboarding at his favorite local spots, Kissing Bridge and Holiday Valley. Every year, he anxiously awaits the first snowfall so he can get out on the slopes and feel the pure joy that comes along with doing something he loves.


Hunter loves this feeling so much that he wanted it to be shared, thus creating Snow Child Clothing for all winter and snow sports enthusiasts! Snow Child Clothing offers a variety of products, such as hoodies, windbreakers, long-sleeves, tank tops, stickers, phone cases, hats, etc. Not only do they offer all of these products, which are perfect for the winter months, but they also offer bikinis and t-shirts for the off-season!


All products are reasonably priced with t-shirts ranging from $20-$30, hoodies and windbreakers ranging from $55-$70, and bikinis for $35. Products are available on his website snowchildclothing.com or can be purchased through local retailers such as S & S Taxidermy, Moto Z, Colden Ski & Board Shop, Studio Modele, 245 Snowflake Ski & Board Shop, Kissing Bridge Ski Resort, and Essentially Well Oiled.


Hunter creates every design and logo himself with the mission to accommodate all winter-enthusiasts (even during the warmer months, hence creating t-shirts, tank tops, and bikinis). Not only is Snow Child Clothing a clothing brand, but it’s a community also. Hunter genuinely cares about those who purchase his products and will often meet up with his supporters during the winter months at his favorite ski spots. So, if you love the winter and want some amazing apparel, I would definitely check out Snow Child Clothing at snowchildclothing.com or @snowchildclothing on Instagram and Facebook and support this business!






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