Comfortable, classy fireside wear.

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The North Face Mossbud Swirl Parka ($179)

Roomy and cozy, with its silky interior and generous hood, this recycled-polyester taffeta jacket feels like plush outerwear pajamas. Bonus: it is also reversible. 

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Kaenon Cali Sunglasses ($229)

Don’t let the glamorous, Italian-made frames fool you: these one-ounce shades rock a high-performance polarized lens that comes in three tints: gray, brown, and (for better depth per­ception on snow) green. Each one offers 100 percent broad-spectrum UV protection. 

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Hydro Flask 10-Ounce Rocks Glass ($30)

Shake up cocktail hour with this practically indestructible tumbler that, with the included lid, keeps a beverage cold for hours at a time and feels great in your hand.  

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Mountain Khakis Limited Edition Market Tote ($85)

Tough enough to carry ski boots and plenty classy for carrying a few bottles of wine, this 33-liter heavy-canvas tote should live in the back of the Subaru, ready to load up with whatever your next adventure requires.   

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Chaos Tyler Hat ($20)

The fleece liner and faux-fur pom on this 100 percent acrylic hat make the Tyler warm, functional, and fun, without breaking the bank.

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Krimson Klover Marta Sweater ($159)

Wherein the classic ski sweater gets a philanthropic update. Five percent of the proceeds from this soft, 100 percent wool piece are donated to First Descents, a Denver-based nonprofit that provides adventure opportunities for people living with cancer.

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Helly Hansen Women’s Garibaldi VL Boots ($180)

Leave it to the Norwegians to make a stylish waterproof leather boot with a faux-fur interior and heavily lugged soles that kept us upright even on the ragged rock-and-ice shoreline of Lake Superior in February. Afterwards, we took them right into the bar for post-hike ciders. 

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Burton Expedition Pants ($75)

These fleecy tights provide warmth and comfort in spades. But don’t relegate them to lazing around the fire—the ultra-wicking polyester-spandex fabric is very breathable, making the Expedition the ideal skin-track companion, too. 

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Dale of Norway Rose Shawl ($399)

It’s not après without some indulgence, right? That’s why you buy this soft, silky cashmere-merino shawl, with its elegant yet bold eight-petal-rose pattern.

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The Best Jackets of 2018

Don’t leave home without a warm winter buddy. (Courtesy Patagonia) Patagonia Micro Puff Hoodie ($299) A few years ago, waterproof down and down blends were all the rage as brands worked to improve on the coveted high-loft, but moisture-averse, insulation. This year, companies are debuting a crop of jackets with new types of synthetic insulation that perform as well as down, regardless of the weather. Best of those is the Patagonia Micro Puff Hoodie. The superlight jacket is filled with the company’s brand-new PlumaFill insulation, made of hydrophobic polyester fibers that mimic the structure of down—gossamer tendrils radiating from

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The Best Hoodies of 2018

Nothing’s quite as cozy. (Courtesy Patagonia) Patagonia Performance Better Sweater Hoodie ($159) Meet the garment that inspired this page: the Performance Better Sweater. The heathered, lightweight polyester fleece is stylish enough to wear to the office (at least if you work in New Mexico like us), while the Polartec side panels add stretch and breathability. We wore it all day at work, then took it out for hikes on local trails.  BUY NOW (Courtesy Kari Traa) Kari Traa Women’s Kristina ($80) We took the seamless, loose-fitting Kristina from morning yoga to lunch

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The Best Onesies of 2018

The word onesie didn’t always evoke high performance. Rather, it used to conjure images of silliness: footie pajamas, DIY Halloween costumes, and gaper-day ski suits. Today’s onesies, however, are as utilitarian as they are just plain fun. (Courtesy Helly Hansen) Helly Hansen Ullr Powder Suit ($850) Take Helly Hansen’s Ullr Powder Suit. When waist-deep snow is in the forecast, this is the ultimate armor. The neon orange, wind- and waterproof body shown here is reminiscent of a hazmat suit, earning chuckles and compliments in the lift line. On the hill, the seam-sealed polyester-polyurethane body eliminates the scourge of snow

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The Best Winter Workwear of 2018

Apparel that looks its best after you’ve put it through your worst. (Courtesy Duluth Trading Co.) Duluth Trading Co. Superior Fire Hose Quilted Shirt Jac ($100) This burly shirt jacket is surprisingly comfy, thanks to gusseted armpits and thick canvas that breaks in buttery soft. We bet you can’t rip it if you try. BUY NOW (Courtesy Skida) Skida Bandita Bandana ($28) Windproof? Check. Cozy fleece? Check. Easy to adjust or stuff in your pocket without taking off your hat? Check. The Bandita is the perfect neck warmer for days when you

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The Best Base and Midlayers of 2018

Don’t skimp on skivvies. (Courtesy Spyder) Spyder Glissade Pants ($129) You can now wear cozy pajama bottoms while skiing. That’s what the plush elastic waistline on the Glissade feels like. Synthetic insulation lining the front, backed by stretchy polyester-fleece along the thighs, offers warmth without bulk. And the slightly baggy fit minimizes chafing under ski pants. BUY NOW (Courtesy Norrona Lofoten) Norrona Lofoten Alpha Raw Zip Hoodie ($169) Norrona took Polartec’s Alpha tech and stripped it down (the satiny insulation feels so good against skin that it needs no liner) to

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The Best Streetwear of 2018

Smart, classy apparel for the chilliest time of year. (Charles Dustin Sammann) Voormi Variant II Vest ($349) If core heat is a concern, consider Voormi’s reversible Variant II. Its thick layer of warmth-trapping merino wool is more than we’re used to seeing on a vest. Plus Voormi’s weather-resistant Core Construction is sewn right into the fabric. But you need to feel comfortable making a bold statement: the Variant is a bit of a Ducati for your torso.  BUY NOW (Courtesy Strafe) Strafe Drifter Jacket ($210) The versatile Drifter is both technical midlayer

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