I/O Bio's merino-wool Contact Long Sleeve Zip Base Layer ($70; io-bio.com) is remarkably soft. Quiksilver's Husqie Button-Down looks like a flannel shirt, but it's cut from water-repellent polyester ($80; quiksilver.com). And because the nylon, mesh-lined Eastwood Shirt ($95), also by Quiksilver, has a DWR coating, you can wear it by itself on warm daysor around town when it's raining. The herringbone Radiant Pant, by Bonfire ($169; bonfiresnow.com), features taped seams and vents along the inner leg. The neoprene-lined Especial Glove, by Rome SDS ($80; romesnowboards.com), helps with dexterity and warmth and feels like memory foam against your fingers.