Fifty percent of the fibers in this wool-insulated coat are made from recycled materials. The jacket features a soft corduroy collar and streamlined design. It'll allow for movement while snowboarding or ice skating then take you to happy hour without having to change your outerwear.
These dotted leggings are quick-drying and temperature-regulating to provide all-day comfort. The star feature, though, is the extra-high ribbed waistband which keeps them in place as you train. Sport them with the matching long-sleeve top for a cohesive look.
Fleece lining and four-way stretch, water-repellent material provide a solid construction for this tailored one-piece. It doubles as a coverall for skiing as well as a sleek jumpsuit for après and beyond. The adjustable waist belt and ankle zippers make it even easier to wear.
This retro turtleneck is knitted from extra-fine, anti-odor merino wool to combat stink. It's the ideal sweater for any adventure, whether you're hurtling down the slopes or sightseeing in the Alps.
Reach for this wicking, temperature-regulating piece before you head off-piste. Wear the balaclava-style hood as a neck warmer when jogging or hiking or pull it up under your helmet when skiing or cycling.
Fleece and insulated down ensure warmth while the dark zippers and red faux fur trim add a pop of contrast to the white colorway. Pair with a black turtleneck and tailored pants for a streetwear ensemble.
Snowpants can often be bulky and ill-fitting, but this streamlined pair offers a sleek silhouette. Wear them for snowboarding, hiking, and sledding.
This vibrant quarter zip—with its whimsical, alpine print—can be paired with leggings for hiking, running, or cycling. Layer it under your puffer and tuck into snow pants.
Luxurious cashmere and quick-drying merino wool combine in this bold sweater. Use it as a midlayer for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, then substitute in black wool pants and leather sneakers for a sophisticated dinner ensemble.
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