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  • POC Retina WO goggles

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    POC Retina WO goggles

    Smaller faces deserve smaller goggles. That's why POC came out with The Retina WO—a midsize frame with three layers of foam for a compact, comfortable fit that won't make her look like a bug (and will actually fit under a helmet). Antifog and antiscratch coatings make these the perfect addition to any ski getup. $125

  • Line Soulmate skis

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    Line Soulmate skis

    Nothing makes a skier happier than a long, narrow box under the tree. The Soulmate Skis are extremely fun and nimble for intermediates and above, and perform as well as skis priced hundred of dollars more. $550

  • Redfeather Blitzen snowshoes

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    Redfeather Blitzen snowshoes

    Weather you're headed straight out the cabin door and up a mountain or along a packed snowshoe trail, Redfeather's limited-edition Blitzens can handle most recreational snowshoeing. The rounded tail adds float in deep snow, while the grippy crampon digs in when terrain gets icy. $135; redfeather.com

  • Lucy Dashing Dots Half Zip jacket

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    Lucy Dashing Dots Half Zip jacket

    Be it running, winter biking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing, this synthetic-knit long-sleeve with strategically placed mesh and reflective accents is an ideal midlayer on cold days or outerlayer on mild ones. Thumb holes in the sleeves keep hands warm during cold starts, while adjustable ruching at the hips ensures a flattering fit. $79; lucy.com

  • Sugoi Evolution Gloves

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    Sugoi Evolution Gloves

    These minimalist bike gloves are sleek and slim but have tons of performance features: a leather palm for handlebar stick, Lycra on the back for unrestricted movement, and a soft snot wipe that comes in handy on drippy days. $35