Uncertain about the weather conditions out on the ski hill? Layering is the name of the game. Wear multiple layers OR stash an extra layer or two in a pack to ensure you stay toasty no matter how cold it gets. If it's a bit warmer than you anticipated, it's as simple as shedding a layer to achieve your maximum comfort. These six pieces will keep you warm, dry and looking stylish on the slopes:

1. DAKINE CLUTCH JACKET

$399

The Men's Clutch Jacket from Dakine is their lightest and most breathable shell option. It is durable, yet light and locks out extreme weather conditions while remaining comfortable and providing mobility.

2. OUTDOOR RESEARCH BLACKPOWDER PANTS

$225

The Men's Blackpowder Pants are perfect for the hard-charging skier who is getting after it day after day. The pants are extremely durable and provide extra mobility so you aren't weighed down on the hill. Plus, no matter what color shell you wear, the Blackpowder pants come in colors that will match perfectly.

3. OAKLEY UNIFICATION DOWN JACKET

$230

The Oakley Unification Down Jacket is perfect for those ULTRA cold days out on the mountain or in the backcountry. The Unification Down Jacket has 800 fill power, 80/20 Durable Water Repellent coating, making it one of the warmest clothing designs that Oakley makes.

4. OAKLEY UNIFICATION POWER DRY JACKET

$140

The Unification Power Dry Jacket is a perfect thermal layer from Oakley. It provides moisture management in order to get sweat away from the body so that it can evaporate while also providing warmth to combat the elements.

5. OUTDOOR RESEARCH AMBIT GLOVES

$105 

The Ambit Glove from Outdoor Research is waterproof and warm and also features TouchTec technology for easy operation of electronics while skiing and snowboarding. Through testing, we've found that TouchTec is the most-efficient technology for using multi-touch devices like the iPhone.

6. OAKLEY SNOWMAD DEEPIE BEANIE

$24

The Snowmad Deepie Beanie was inspired by Oakley Team Rider Jake Blauvelt and it reflects his backcountry style.