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Jackets

Jackets are maybe the most integral piece of outerwear in a skier's or snowboarder's kit. Jackets protect from the elements by repelling moisture and retaining heat. Some jackets have insulation for added warmth and some are just shells. Shells are a popular option because you can control insulation by layering with base and mid-layers.

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Pants

Pants

Pants provide protection from the elements as well and keep your lower half warm, dry and comfortable while out on the slopes. Pants sometimes offer some insulation but shells are most popular so you can layer underneath. Bib pants are great for kids and adults alike offer more coverage to prevent drafts of air from sliding down your pants.

Mid-layers

Mid layers are a perfect way to regulate warmth under your shell jacket, you can always shed this layer if the temps rise. These types of layers are worn in between your base layer and outer shell jacket. Heavy shirts, Fleece or insulated down liner jackets usually work great as a midlayer when it gets chilly outside.

Mid-layers
Baselayers

Base Layers

Base layers are the very first layer that sits against the skin. Its main job is to retain heat and wick away moisture from the body. Moisture is the culprit of a cold body, so this layer is key to your experience on the slopes. These are usually made using synthetic or wool materials with moisture wicking and quick drying properties. They come in various thicknesses as well.