Ski and snow clothing for a warm and comfortable ride
Every sport becomes just a little easier when you’re dressed right, and snowsports are no exception. Take a look through our selection to get started.
Ski base layers will keep you warm and moving, with a variety of weights available to meet the demand of your day. With wool and synthetic options, there are plenty of choices to make, so check out our article on how to choose base layers if you need a little guidance.
Pants and jackets
Time to layer up. Fleece jackets for snowsports make for a cozy mid-layer on low-key days, while merino wool is great for temperature regulation. We’ve got you covered with more advice in our article on how to choose mid-layers.
Your top layer is crucial. Ski and snow jackets tend to be warmer than cross-country ski jackets, which are made with a high-intensity day in mind. And don’t forget your waterproof and insulated snow pants in case you get a little deeper in the snow than planned.
Finally, don’t forget a few accessories to finish off your outfit. Ski and snow headwear as well as gloves and mittens for skiing are vital for preserving warmth. Snowsport socks offer options designed for skiing and snowboarding, and glacier sunglasses are a great pick when you’re not wearing goggles.