Picking out your layers for skiing and snowboarding isn't always easy. The weather is always changing in the mountains, and choosing the right combination of base and mid-layers as well as shells and pants can be a pain. These six pieces of ski clothing will keep you warm, stylish and versatile out on the mountain:
Marmot’s Dawn Patrol is for the hardcore skier who plans to be in line for first chair, all the time, regardless of conditions. It features GORE-TEX® two-layer fabric that is 100% seam taped to keep out moisture, Thermal R™ insulation, zip-off helmet-compatible storm hood and a zip-off powder skirt and HD brushed tricot collar to keep the snow out.
The Moving Pants from Oakley will protect the female powderhound with its waterproofing, breathability and integrated RECCO® avalanche safety reflector, all while remaining stylish on the mountain.
The Helly Hansen Warm Ice Crew's Merino Wool keeps you warm and dry, all while remaining stylish.
The Ambit Women's Glove from Outdoor Research is waterproof and warm and also features TouchTec technology for easy operation of electronics while skiing and snowboarding.