Must-Haves to Look Hot on the Slopes

Ladies, forget those frumpy, ill-fitting outfits on the slopes.  These days you can keep warm and look super chic. Whether skiing with girlfriends or your kids - here's a round-up of some of the best women's ski apparel and accessories for a mountain retreat.



    Obermeyer's Leighton Jacket, $310.00  Turn heads on the slopes with this technical jacket. The down filling keeps skiers and snowboarders warm as they get attention while heading down the mountain.
    Obermeyer's Leighton


    Smith's Variant Brim Women's Helmet, $160  While it may look and feel plush, the technical, 22-vent helmet provides not only ultimate warmth but protection for beginners as well as advanced snow lovers. 
    Smith's Variant Brim


    Bogner's Brim Hat Linea, $199.00 Fashion-forward, functional and flirty - this brimmed hat in either black, white or cinnabar red can complete any ski outfit.


    Mobile Warming's Soft Shell Vest, $149.99  This tailored, battery-operated heating vest makes even the coldest days seem not that bad.
    Mobile Warming


    Sorel's Tofino Canvas boots, $140  Don't be unprepared and slip on the ice when heading into town in the evening - these are runway and snow-ready boots.


    Eddie Bauer's Sun Valley Down Parka, $149.99  This stylish down coat is perfect for apres ski shopping or dinner in town. Eddie Bauer lists this parka as rated for "very cold" weather - which is key when temperatures drop after the sun goes down. 
    Eddie Bauer


    Smith's I/OS Goggles, $165  These nearly rimless goggles allow skiers and snowboarders to easily switch out performance low-light and universal condition lenses to best fit the day.


    Skullcandy Bluetooth Kit for Smith, $200 The ear pad design seamlessly integrates into Smith's helmets - allowing skiers to be in their own world as they rock out while flying down the slopes or able to take a call without risking dropping their phone in the snow.
    Skullcandy Bluetooth


    Marker's Bliss Tight, $79.00 Throw out the old thermals that had to be layered on top of each other. This base layer will simplify your life by keeping you warm and comfortable with just one layer.


    Swany's Arctic, $69  The best of mittens and gloves in one. A glove liner is built inside of the mitten - allowing skiers to zip open the mitten and use their fingers - without freezing their hands.
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