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About Cloudveil

Born in the skiing/climbing/mountaineering mecca of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Cloudveil makes performance-oriented outdoor apparel for hardcore adventurists. Launched by Stephen Sullivan and Brian Cousins in 1997 as a line of eight products, Cloudveil (now based in Massachusetts) has grown into full-fledged company that offers a wide-ranging collection of down jackets, pants, waders, gloves, and other no-nonsense outdoor gear. Since its founding Cloudveil has been a leader in embracing new technologies: the company was an early adopter of woven Schoeller stretch fabric and incorporates Polartec, wind/water-repellent Cyclone, and other cutting-edge materials into its designs. Cloudveil Koven, Down Patrol and RPK jackets are coveted by ice fishermen and mountain climbers alike.

Past Sales Featuring Cloudveil

Sale Ended February 15, 2010

Cloudveil

From stormproof shells to fitted fleeces and down jackets, Cloudveil’s collection provides warm comfort and ultimate versatility when conditions suddenly turn. Zip into these bright shells in shades of red, lime and turquoise for sharp style in sub-zero temps.

Sale Ended January 25, 2012

Women's Winter Ski Essentials

Hit the slopes in style with this fabulously toasty assortment of gear, including everything from waterproof hoodies and ski pants to warm, woolen undergarments. The après-ski selection is no less appealing, with layer-ready tops, wool sweaters, and more.

Sale Ended February 28, 2012

Spring Preview

Get set for the season ahead with this lineup of stylish wardrobe essentials. No matter what your taste, we've got the gear to match — so get moving, and then get ready for spring.

Sale Ended March 29, 2010

Fuse Women's Final Sale

Think of every trend that’s sparked your interest lately, then immediately check out this sale. Chances are good you’ll find it here — and interpreted in a way that surpasses expectations. Flowy satin jumpsuit? Check. Metallic boyfriend blazer? Check. Ruffle-front bib top? Check and check. (This one’s plaid.)