Sometimes getting into your ski and snowboard gear can feel like preparing for battle. With all of the layering and bulk it can be a challenge to even bend over and adjust your boots. This outfit was built for the minimalist. When you have a warm, insulated shell, you don't need much more in the way of layers. So, if you're looking for optimal warmth in a minimal package, look no further:

1. HELLY HANSEN ENIGMA JACKET

$700

The Helly Hansen Enigma Jacket protects you from the elements like a true hardshell and provides warm, light comfort that only down insulation can. The Enigma also features Flow Down mechanical venting, multiple pockets and PrimaLoft® Infinity.

 

2. DAKINE CLUTCH PANT

$319

The Dakine Clutch pant is perfect for handling backcountry adventure abuse. It's 20K/20K durable, breathable shell fabric provides protection from the elements without added weight. A streamlined, athletic cut moves freely and looks badass whether you're cruising corduroy or plowing through pow.

3. OAKLEY UNIFICATION BASELAYER (TOP AND BOTTOM)

Top: $60; Bottom: $50

The Unification Baselayer Top is the baselayer that Oakley Pro Athletes trust the most for moisture management, mobility and comfort that doesn't sacrifice performance on the hill. The Unification Baselayer Pant allow freedom of movement while simultaneously managing moisture and adding breathability.

4. HELLY HANSEN ODIN INSULATOR GLOVE

$110

The Helly Hansen Odin Insulator is so warm for skiing and snowboarding that it may be too warm for lift-served spring skiing and a hot buy for backcountry adventure travelers. With reinforcement in the palm it is also extra comfortable.

5. OAKLEY SNOWMAD DEEPIE BEANIE

$24

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