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The Best Women’s Après Gear of 2019

(Photo: Charles Dustin Sammann)
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Kit to relax with after a big day on the mountain

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Icebreaker Siren LS Sweetheart Base Layer ($80)

Made of a merino-nylon-Lycra blend, the scoop-neck Siren kept us warm from airport security to Banff’s Lake Louise resort. But its comfy elegance served us best with a hot toddy in hand.

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Eddie Bauer Superior Down Mittens ($70)

We were charmed by the faux-fur cuffs, but these glove-lined mittens kept our hands warm, too, thanks to 650-fill down insulation.

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Rossignol Alya Sweater ($180)

Throw on this merino crewneck—with Rossi’s famous retro rooster logo emblazoned across the front—to evoke skiing’s iconic eras, from Warren Miller’s Sun Valley days to the classic Hot Dog…The Movie.

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Kaenon Strand Sunglasses ($179)

The cat-eye silhouette of the Strand is subtle, while the high-contrast polarized copper lenses are ideal for low-light conditions.

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Turtle Fur Trisha Hat ($14)

Few hats are more comfortable than this knit acrylic number, with warm fleece and a snug fit. The bushy pom adds sass.

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Kühl Møva Skinny Pants ($85)

With tapered legs, the nylon Møva is flattering and cocktail-hour comfy. Ample pockets elevate it above typical leggings.

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Skida Ullr Shawl ($180)

Sure, we’d all love to take a trip to Nepal and come home with a gorgeous cashmere shawl. Until then, Skida’s will do just fine. The elegant Ullr kept us warm long after the sun set.

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Keen Elsa II Boots ($120)

Free your feet with these waterproof leather shoes. They’re plenty toasty, and the lugged soles provide grip on snowy streets.

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Smartwool PhD Pro Free Ski Socks ($30)

These Angel Collinson signature socks are built to ski all day. They’re made of a merino-nylon blend, with contoured padding in the shins and just enough compression to keep calves fresh. The owl graphic is too cool not to flash over a beer.

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Velomacchi Giro 35 Pack ($179)

Designed for the motor­cycle set, the Giro has an abrasion-resistant waterproof nylon exte­rior. It’s durable enough to withstand a high-speed crash or, more likely, a snowy bonfire party. Also included: sleeves for a tire gauge and a hydration bladder.

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From Winter 2019 Buyer's Guide
Filed To: Clothing and ApparelStyleWomen’sWinter Buyer's Guide
Lead Photo: Charles Dustin Sammann
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