Your Ultimate Cold-Weather Gear Guide
Patagonia Dimensions Jacket
Columbia Trail Summit Running Gloves
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
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
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
Burton Pipe Gloves
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
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
Fleece inside this Burton Saltnpepper Beanie ($35; burton.com) holds in heat.
Helly Hansen Boots
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
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
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
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
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
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.