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Ski Gear of the Season

The long days of the winter are here! We have a few ski trips planned this season, but we also like to play in the snow, so I realized ski gear shopping needs to happen! It’s so much more than just some new boots, having new products that provide extra warmth in extreme cold temperatures and snow conditions with the right fit are essential. With years of experience in winter outdoor activities, I feel like I have a pretty good idea of the type of gear and items needed on those extra cold days. New technology in outerwear is at its best season! With a whole season of snow upon us, it’s time to grab some ski gear for your next adventure!

Base Layers

Don’t underestimate the importance of base layers when it comes to ski wear. These are the items that regulate your body temperature and keep you extra warm on the coldest days. The ski industry has tons of options these days, which is a good thing. Last winter, I didn’t grab as many base layers as I should have, so we’re back to square one now. With a plethora of fabrics, different colors and thickness, you can find a comfortable fit easily and at a great price. I tend to go for the matching sets, just because they are easier to throw together, although they usually aren’t seen as they’re under all the clothes. But it’s always fun to get cute ones!


It’s that time of year where we go for massive, puffy coats. And this is because warmth is important, especially when it comes to winter sports and ski clothing. When entering a new terrain, you want to make sure you have a good jacket. Skip the light weight options and go for that windproof shell. The North Face and Bogner have my favorite ski jackets. Not only do they have some really adorable options, but they keep me warm. At the end of the day, warmth is more important than fashion, but we do love style around here. A ski jacket that has matching ski pants or snow pants is always a win in my book!


Finally, this category may be the smallest, but it can also be the mightiest! Ski boots, ski goggles, hats, scarves, ski gloves and merino wool socks are a few items I make sure to have each year. Design elements can be fun, but having products with better performance and great quality is really the main thing you’ll want on the slopes. Taking good care of your gear can make a huge difference, too, because a lot of this stuff lasts for years! So if your items are in good condition, you don’t need to have a shopping spree on expensive ski gear annually.

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Aprés ski gear is so fun! I love the colors on this sweater and can’t wait to wear it at a ski lodge! It also comes in a more neutral tone.
Base layers are so important for ski season! I thought this set was super cute and warm for the winter.
Good ski pants that fit well are essential. These are my favorite of the season and they have a matching coat option!
One pieces are great if you don’t want to deal with having a bunch layers. They also don’t fall down, so you won’t be tugging on them on the slopes!
Goggles that work well are important, but one’s that are actually cute can be hard to find. I love this brand and am obsessed with the pink tone!
A lip balm for chapped lips is something I sometimes forget. This one has hyaluronic acid for extra hydration and comes in tinted shades.
We need hand protection on the slopes! These are my favorite and they are so warm.
Siella has been loving these for the winter. Not only are they so warm, but they’re adorable!
A really warm coat is incredibly important. This one is nice and toasty and I love this shade.
I love a good beanie! For instance, this brand has some really cute and warm options for the winter.
Specifically, a good fleece is great for keeping warm. And it’s even better that they’re in style now! I love this one because it’s long, so there’s extra coverage.
Furthermore, if you love Moon Boots and want a more affordable option, these are great dupes! They have a few color and fabric options.
Moreover, compression socks are underrated. They are great for circulation and help keep your body warm in low temperatures.
Finally, another cute sweater option for a ski lodge! I love anything Aprés ski themed!

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18 thoughts on “Ski Gear of the Season”

  1. All of these look so freaking cute! Anything with pastel colors are my weakness, so you can bet I’ll be picked a few of these up in the future! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. That sweater is my favorite for sure. If like to visit a ski lodge with the family soon but it’s been so long we’d have to buy all new everything.

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