Spring Onto The Slopes: Our Top Picks For This Season’s Favorite Pastime

Liz Doupnik
Spring Onto The Slopes: Our Top Picks For This Season’s Favorite Pastime
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We may already focus on looking good at work or a night out on the town, but why stop there? We’re 100% addicted to skiing and with bikini season right around the corner, we’re hitting the slopes way harder than usual. Good news for us: the influx of new lines as well as the renewed resurgence of legacy brands are totally creating great looking ski and snowboard gear (making our frenzied shopping trips easier than ever!). From base layers to outerwear the choices are beyond huge. Bottom line? It all benefits us looking our best on and off the slopes.

This year, we tested an array of the coolest gear available and selected a few of our favorite pieces to help you look amazing on your next trip (and maybe even score a date with that hot ski instructor you’ve been eying all season). No matter if you’re cruising down the slopes of Aspen, Banff or Vail these pieces will totally help you through.

Look through the above slideshow and be sure to snag a couple items to include in your bag for your next ski adventure (oh, and let us know how the date goes too).

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Embla Wool Coat, $520, Helly Hansen

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Womens 200 Lightweight Pace Legging, $100, Icebreaker

CAPP3L Wasted Pant, $159.86-$175.96, at RideSnowBoards

Womens 200 Lightweight LS Pace Zip, $110, Icebreaker

Easy Rider Soft Shell Jacket, $149, at Spyder

CAPP3L Blackmail Insulated Jacket, $159.96-$175.96, at RideSnowBoards

Wolverine #1,000 Mile Boot, $325, at Gimme Shoes

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