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Your Ultimate Cold-Weather Gear Guide

Patagonia Dimensions Jacket

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The off-shoulder seams on this Patagonia Dimensions Jacket ($299; patagonia.com) allow your arms to move in a wide range of motion, and its laminated visor makes for a clear view on rainy days.

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Columbia Trail Summit Running Gloves

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A silicone pattern on the palms of these Columbia Trail Summit Running Gloves ($40; dicks.com) provides great grip so you can hold your iPod or smartphone on the go. The fleece on the figers works with any touch screen.

Burton Chloe Headband

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The Lycra lining of the Burton Chloe Headband ($25; burton.com) will keep your hair in place and your ears warm.

Columbia Platinum 860 TurboDown Jacket

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The shell of this Columbia Platinum 860 TurboDown Jacket ($180; dicks.com/columbia) is water-resistant and insulated with enhanced goose down to retain heat.

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Under Armour SpeedForm StudioLux Shoes

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The thin foam soles of these Under Armour SpeedForm StudioLux shoes ($80; underarmour.com) help you keep contact with the ground, even if it's slick from rain or sleet. 

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Burton Pipe Gloves

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These Burton Pipe Gloves ($50; burton.com) boast a water-resistant shell and fleece liner, plus they have a grippy palm padding to help you hold on to your cell phone and ski poles alike.

Patagonia Prow Down Vest

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Stick chilled fingers inside the zippered hand-warmer pockets of this Patagonia Prow Down Vest ($149; patagonia.com) to heat them up in a snap.

Burton Saltnpepper Beanie

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Fleece inside this Burton Saltnpepper Beanie ($35; burton.com) holds in heat.

Helly Hansen Boots

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Tough rubber on the outside of these Helly Hansen boots ($130; hellyhansen.com) keeps feet dry and help you traverse snow and ice with confidence.

The North Face No Hands Arm Warmers

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Layer up without adding extra bulk by pulling on these warm and snug The North Face No Hands Arm Warmers ($30; thenorthface.com)

Posh Faux Fur Jacket by Spyder

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Pull the hood of this Posh Faux Fur Jacket by Spyder ($650; spyder.com) in close and let the faux-fur detailing deflect the wind from your face.

Columbia Minx Mid II Omni-Heat Print Boots

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The Columbia Minx Mid II Omni-Heat Print boots ($120; dicks.com) are waterproof so you'll stay dry. Plus, their faux fur at the top helps trap in heat. 

Columbia Midweight II Tight

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Thermal reflective fabric in the Columbia Midweight II Tight ($45; dicks.com) absorbs escaping warmth from your skin and directs it back to your body.

The North Face ThermoBall Scarf

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Stay snug and dry with The North Face ThermoBall Scarf ($40; thenorthface.com); its lightweight lining feels as warm as down and keeps you insulated from sleet and snow.

Helly Hansen Warm Run LS

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Merino wool makes this Helly Hansen Warm Run LS ($85; hellyhansen.com) a supersoft mid layer.

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