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What to Wear: When You Hit the Slopes

I’m still a newbie when it comes to winter sports (yes, I grew up in Wisconsin, but my family wasn’t big on outdoor activities in sub-zero weather), so I readily admit I have plenty to learn when it comes to what to wear while shredding. I do know I want to stay warm -without too much bulk, and dry. And if I’m going to be falling down half the hill, I at least want to do it in style.

Get the Look:

Maroon Hoodie: Burton Fireside Fleece Hoodie, $75

Snowboard Jacket: Burton TWC Snowboard Jacket, $110

Black Mockshirt: Nike Thermal Cold Weather Shirt, $50

Gray/Black Socks: Fox River Rocky Ski Sock, $18

Boots: Burton Malavita Boots, $260

Helmet: Giro Surface-S Snow Helmet, $40

Cherry Chapstick: ChapStick Classic Cherry, $1.50

Snow Goggles: Oakley ‘L Frame’ Snow Goggles, $50

Black/Red Beanie: Nike “Old Snow” Beanie Hat, $25

Orange/Black Snowboard: Burton Super Hero Snowboard, $450

Shell Pants: The North Face Freedom Shell Pants, $140

Gloves: Hestra Gloves Czone Leather Mittens, $105

 Tell us:

Do you hit the slopes in the winter? If so, are you riding a snowboard or strapping on skis?