Give Wer Warmth

Prana Joely Blanket

Need another reason to cuddle up and binge watch Netflix? This cozy and colorful knit blanket will keep you close. $139;


Think Poncho

Sherpa Samchi Poncho

Not only does this handmade poncho, crafted by women in Nepal, help that country get back on its feet. It’s also made of soft, warm 100-percent lambswool. $120;


More Warmth

Cotopaxi Kusa Bomber Jacket

Feeling good is more than physical. This jacket certainly has her covered when it comes to withstanding the elements while offering up a dash of classic bomber style. But that’s not all. Cotopaxi is a certified B-Corp, working to alleviate poverty through its global grant-giving program, so she feels good wearing it on a deeper level, too.  $190;


Complement her Legs

Flylow Shreggings

Buh-bye ugly polyester long-johns. Hell-oo shred leggings, the base layer that doubles as an attractive legging for around town or après ski. $85;


Appeal to Utility

Eddie Bauer Austera Pants

Not everything she wears has to be fancy. We appreciate utility, too, especially when we get out in the wild. Weather-resistant, breathable and versatile, these soft-shell pants are perfect for rugged winter hikes, climbing and mountaineering. $149;


Drinking Chocolate!


Chocolate heals all ills. Cholaca makes three varieties of pure liquid cacao, all from regenerative farms in Peru and Equador. (Cholaca also supplies nearly a dozen local Colorado breweries with liquid chocolate for craft beers.) $10 (12 ounce);


Praise Her Feet

Teva Arrowood Lux WP | Again, we appreciate function—with some flair. These waterproof leather adventure treads keep her cold feet toasty without the bulk of a boot. And they look sleek. $140;


Odds in Her Favor

Picture Katniss Jacket

This jacket is so eco, it’s on fire. A brand born in Paris, Picture Organic Clothing features organic and recycled materials in each piece. The oh-so-lovely Katniss Jacket contains over 50-percent recycled polyester. $200;