Lightweight insulation, recycled materials and soft, waterproof/breathable fabrics will make for some fine eye candy on the slopes this season.
Photography by Seth K. Hughes, Style by Krista Crabtree
If you get hot on the uphill, you need to vent. If it dumps or temps plummet, you need waterproof protection and insulation. These outfits do it all.
Men: Arc’teryx Rush Jacket ($550; arcteryx.com) and Sabre Full Bib Pant ($525); Patagonia Men’s Piton Pullover ($99; patagonia.com); Marmot Lightweight 1/2 Zip ($55; marmot.com) and Midweight Bottom ($45)
Women: Patagonia Mixed Guide Hoody ($299; patagonia.com) and Mixed Guide Pants ($299); Patagonia Women’s R1 Hoody ($149); Smartwool Lightweight Asymmetrical Zip ($95; smartwool.com) and Lightweight Bottom ($85)
Whether you are cruising corduroy, gliding through glades or hitting your favorite powder stashes, these outfits will keep you warm on the lift yet breathe on the descent.
Men: Helly Hansen Enigma Jacket ($700; hellyhansen.com) and Verglas Randonee Pant ($200); Icebreaker Kodiak Hood ($270; icebreaker.com); CW-X Insulator Endurance Pro Tight ($135; cw-x.com) and Insulator Pro Top ($95).
Women: Powderhorn Soulride Jacket ($650; powderhornworld.com) and Annie Pant ($225); Neve Ava Sweater ($199; nevedesigns.com); Obermeyer Cocona Stretch Crew Neck baselayer ($59; obermeyer.com) and Cocona Stretch Tight ($54)
Freedom of movement is paramount for the park and pipe, but technical fabrics can save the day. Here are two outfits that are as steezy as they are performance-oriented.
Women: Roxy Torah Bright Bluff Jacket ($300; roxy.com) and Equinox Pant ($150); Dakine Sierra Hoodie ($55; dakine.com); Hot Chillys Micro-Elite Chamois Print Front Zip-T ($75; hotchillys.com) and Micro-Elite Chamois Salsa Tights ($60)