Our favorite boots for snowshoeing in the coldest weather.
The most versatile jacket, and our Gear of the Year winner.
A bombproof winter coat to keep you warm no matter what the conditions. $599
The 88 Blocks hoodie has a built-in balaclava, so it's good for skiing and wearing around town.
Look your part on the slopes or in town with these stylish lids. From $35-70.
Classic board shorts perfect for that ultimate winter getaway. $108
Four-season performance with three-season weight: Introducing our Gear of the Year winning jacket, Columbia's Peak 2 Peak.
Our Gear of the Year Winner crams a ton of features into a light backpack.
Doug Schnitzspahn on the best storm shells from the Winter Buyer's Guide.
A high-end ski shell built for tough conditions.
An axe that works for everything from chopping kindling to field dressing an animal. $170
Vertical baffles keep the down inside this Big Agnes bag from shifting. $290
A boot that works well in the snow and is fit for the bar.
Stay dialed on the slopes with a Bluetooth-equipped ski glove.
Wick away sweat and stay warm with these new baselayers, the Helly Hansen W Verglas Hybrid $100 and the Neve Designs Chamonix $130.