Christmas isn't the only upside of Old Man Winter's arrival; all that cold and snow means ski season is here! Our Ski Shop New Yorker Puzzle features Arthur Getz's illustration from the January 21, 1980, cover of The New Yorker, wherein eager skiers peruse a colorful collection of boots and skies. Whether you tackle this 750-piece puzzle between runs or you eschew the slopes in favor of hot chocolate and a warm fire, it's a cozy way to pass a winter's day. Measures 18"x24" when completed.
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