The Excursion glove is another well-designed waterproof and breathable option from Dakine, especially if warmth is your top priority.
The Westcomb Crest Hoody is an impressive achievement that doesn’t leave much room for improvement.
The Scott Off-Grid Goggle offers solid optics, an excellent field of vision, and a variety of tint options that we’ll break down, too.
The Dakine Impreza is a spring-weight glove with a seemingly obvious but rare design feature. If you need a spring glove, add this to your short list.
For biking, running, skiing, touring, or all of the above, the Icebreaker Blast jacket is a great first line of defense from the elements.
We couldn’t imagine interchangeable-lens design getting any easier than the M1, but then Anon created the M2. (And the optics are also outstanding.)
The Dakine Commander glove is warm, breathable, padded, and offers great dexterity. Really, it just does everything well.
The Bern Baker EPS helmet has a good fit, clean look, and great durability. Which only leaves one question: to vent, or not to vent?
That the Lethal Descent 3L Eagle jacket is one of the best values on the market is only half the story. The fit and style make it even better.
The Sessions Drone jacket and Clone pants score well in terms of waterproofing and breathability, but there are some notable design shortcomings.
When serious weather protection and durability are more important than saving a few ounces or ultra-packability, the Patagonia Triolet jacket is a stellar option.
The Scott Explorair Tech Women’s Pant utilizes Gore-Tex Pro Shell for outstanding breathability and water & wind protection. Take a look, especially if you’re earning some of your turns.
The Patagonia PowSlayer is a well-engineered, lightweight, and durable jacket with a price tag to match its performance.
The Westcomb Skeena Wool Hoody softshell strikes a rare balance of Casual & Technical, with a very cool shell fabric we’d never seen before.
Gorgeous? Gaudy? Say what you will about the Astis Sacagawea Mitten—these things are warm, waterproof, durable, and an absolute go-to for pow days.
The Patagonia Ultralight Down Hoody is an exceptional jacket: incredibly light, warm, comfortable, packable, durable, and good looking, too.
A new update on a classic look, the Bern Watts Carbon Fiber is a versatile, lightweight, all-season helmet.
When it comes women’s insulated snow pants, the SCOTT Rockell delivers: warm, durable, comfortable.
With the number of lens choices increasing, it can be difficult to know which to choose. Here’s a rundown of how Smith Optics lenses perform, how they differ, and which ones might work best for you.
The lightweight and comfortable Smith Allure helmet is a good choice for women looking for a helmet with a minimal feel.