Slope Style

Oct 11, 2007
Outside Magazine
Slope Style

1. Bern Muse Helmet
This downsized lid has zero bobblehead factor yet still has room for a removable liner (with speakers). $99;

2. Marmot Furlong
Like it or not, you will get noticed in the lift line when you're wearing this weather-resistant soft shell, with faux-fur trim around the hood, wrists, and waist. Fit is flatteringly slim. $140;

3. Eider Syriam Mittens
Yes, you can have warm hands without wearing gloves the size of catcher's mitts, thanks to the snug cuffs and synthetic insulation of these buttery mittens. $89;

4. Snow Angel Cybersilk Long Underwear
No more lumpy long johns: This featherweight ensemble wicks and fits, and the top's cute pattern makes it apr├Ęs appropriate. $42 and up;

5. Salomon Thruster
Can pants say, "The girl who wears these rips"? Apparently so. The low rise, horizontal front pockets, and slightly flared leg (for better over-boot fit) take their cue from your favorite pair of Sevens. $200;

6. SmartWool Skiing Light Socks
These merino knee-highs have a touch of spandex so they won't bunch up in your boots. $19;

7. Shred Alert Helen
The microfleece liner will keep you warm, but the style's pure street. $24;

8. Zeal Aspect
Petite proportions + fog-free lenses = perfect women's goggles. $80;