Winter is here and it’s time to update your cold weather fashion, and this year is a good year to do it. The industry as a whole is shifting to better colors and finally getting on board with producing some high-fashion, high-function outerwear for the ladies who love to rip. Let’s check out some of our favorite pieces for this year’s upcoming season.
O’Neill Coral Women’s Insulated Snowboard Jacket
This is an easy one and a clear favorite. The Coral Insulated jacket is super cute, very functional and a great price point piece for the winter. The colors are soft enough to pair easily, but still bold enough to make a statement and the lines are simple, clean and sleek. The fabric has a woven texture while still maintaining 10k waterproof breathability for a dry, comfortable environment while skiing. Top all of that off with loads of extra pockets, venting and functionality and you’ve got a perfect winter jacket.
Burton Heron Pullover
Burton is seriously stepping up their game recently and the Heron Pullover is a perfect example. For years now the industry has been trying to figure out how to make layers both cute and functional and Burton is finally starting to get it right. This bonded fleece hoodie has the layering capability to keep you warm on a chilly winter day and also has a DWR exterior to protect you from light rain and snow. It has an overlap neckline for added style and wind protection as well as a set of thumbholes to keep your hands and wrists protected from the elements.
Purnell Fair Isle Base Layer Leggings
The Purnell Fair Isle Base Layer Leggings are a fun Nordic style legging for winter warmth and comfort. They come it an array of fun color combinations and are made with moisture-wicking fabric to ensure you stay dry and warm on the slopes or around the house. The comfortable extra-high waistband will protect you from drifting snow, and the cuffed legs will prevent bunching under layers. Keep extra cozy this season with the Fair Isle Leggings.
The North Face ETIP Gloves
Gloves are one of the most important things to staying comfortable during the winter months. The North Face Etip gloves are a must have for this coming season. Yes, everyone makes technology friendly touch gloves and everyone makes some form of a powerstretch layering glove for everyday use, but this year The North Face is killing it with their colors and they’re giving you a full sized palm grip for added dexterity and use.
Sorel Joan Of Artic Boots
The Sorel Joan of Arctic Boots are one of, if not the bestselling Women’s winter boot we carry. In fact, I’ll be surprised if we keep these in stock through the month of November. Sorel started producing these a couple year back and we just can’t seem to order enough. They’re CRAZY warm, seriously, something ridiculous like -10 degrees (don’t quote me on that), plus they have a fully waterproof exterior and bombproof construction. They’re tall enough to get through deep snow and just stylish enough that you can wear them absolutely anywhere.