It’s that time of the year, the new gear and clothing for the 2014-2015 ski and snowboard season is finally coming out. And, like every other year, new trends are on the rise for ski and snowboard clothing. Here is what’s new and hot for this season.

  1. Camouflage: Almost every single line from Bogner to Burton features camouflage this year. This trend started a few years back and is showing no signs of going away anytime soon. Camouflage does not have to be an all over look, or even just a standard hunt-type print, as many brands have taken their own personal twist on the look.Top trends


  1. Black and White: Sure, black and white have always been two of the most popular colors in ski and snowboard fashion, they’re staples. But pairing these two together gives you a classic timeless look that is super hot right now. To be bold splash a hint of color in a pom hat or gloves.Top trends 7


  1. Tailored Pants: Just like your favorite slim jeans or yoga pants, you’re favorite ski and snowboard brands have turned the tables and are offering more flattering fits in pants. Fabrics have become more comfortable and stretchy without sacrificing waterproofing and breathability, allowing for fitted and flattering looks.Top trends 6


  1. Solids: Prints are more of a rarity in the snow world now. Pop a solid jacket with a solid pant and stay up to date with current trends this year. There are no rules here with color; remember, it’s skiing and anything goes.Top Trends 8


  1. Touch Screen Gloves: A new technological development in the ski and snowboard clothing world has been touch screen gloves, or rather gloves that allow you to use touch devices without taking them off. You definitely can use your devices now without getting cold! Touch screen gloves and liners have dominated the glove industry.Top trends 9


  1. Insulators: Insulators started out as being purely a functional piece, used for insulation under a shell jacket. Now, they are a fashion statement and a must-have for everyone. The Patagonia down sweater, The North Face thermoball jackets, and Smartwool’s Smartloft jackets are just some examples of the hottest insulators out there. These lightweight jackets give you the warmest option without being bulky.Top trends 10


  1. Winter Fashion Boots: Sure, boots are always in fashion. But as of late, real outdoor winter boots, the trek through anything type, are becoming more and more popular. Now you can look great and be protected from the slush and snow.Top trends 5


  1. Insulated Skirts: That’s right, skirts have come into the outerwear world. Insulated skirts have been a huge hit in the après ski world due to their ease and fashionable look. After skiing, just take off your ski pants and throw one on over your long underwear and voila! A cute skirt over leggings look has been achieved with little to no effort.Top trends 3


  1. Animal Prints: Leopard, zebra, snake skin prints and the likes have made their way to the slopes.  Animal prints are nothing new to the world of fashion, but they are now making a comeback in the world of skiing and snowboarding.Top trends 2


  1. Retro Ski Sweaters: The classic bulky sweaters your parents wore in the old days are back in fashion.   Hands down the brand that has been doing this best and for the longest is Dale of Norway. But all sorts of brands are now including sweaters in their lines like Spyder and Obermeyer.Top trends 4


Top Trends in Ski and Snowboard Fashion for the 2015 Season
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3 Comments on Top Trends in Ski and Snowboard Fashion for the 2015 Season

  1. Jes G
    January 21, 2015 at 12:19 pm (8 years ago)

    Love the skirts and camo pants! Great picks for a stylish ski and après outfit!

  2. Beth
    January 21, 2015 at 3:13 pm (8 years ago)

    Camo is so awesome! I love it.

  3. Jane Stephen
    January 22, 2015 at 2:01 pm (8 years ago)

    Love the skirt! Need to add that to my wardrobe!


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