What smells better than a Mons Royale Supa Tech LS base layer after about 30 days of hard use? Not much, actually.
After testing the Sonic Short Sleeve, Jason Hutchins is left with one question—why aren’t there more companies making wool MTB jerseys?
If you’re looking for a mid-layer and want something that is both functional and refined, the Eclipse should definitely be on your list.
The merino / poly blend Patagonia Merino 3 Hoody fits well, has a functional hood, and is a good weight for all-around snowsports use.
Icebreaker’s Sprite is a great option for women who want a comfortable, breathable tank that works as well outside on the bike as it does when you’re lounging around the house.
The Icebreaker Ski Lite Over The Calf Women’s Sock has subtle design differences in just the right places to make it a great midweight ski sock, just pay attention to our notes about sizing.
After more than a year of testing, the SmartWool NTS Mid 250 Pattern Crew baselayer has become an all-time favorite.
The Icebreaker Carve Full-Zip Top is warm, breathable, comfortable, and, perhaps best of all, versatile.
The Icebreaker Ski Lite Over The Calf Sock offers great performance and comfort at a competitive price.
The Icebreaker merino wool Sprint Crewe and Legless pants are excellent performance base layers: comfortable, breathable, fast drying, and odor free.
The SmartWool Midweight Pattern top and bottoms offer great cold-weather protection, durability, and a stylish look.
Time to talk socks. Our reviewers weigh in on what they actually wear on the mountain—and why. Plus, two bits of conventional wisdom when it comes to socks and snowsports.
CEP Wintersport Socks promise a lot, from reducing muscle strain to enhancing performance, but do they deliver? Yes and No. Three of our reviewers weigh in.