Torrential downpours, face-shearing winds, bone-chilling cold—let scientifically advanced clothes protect you from the elements and keep you comfortable.
The Hybrid Hoodie
Canada Goose’s HyBridge knit anorak is the Tesla of hoodies. Merino wool, Mother Nature’s performance fiber, provides the good bones, but tech takes it a step further. Canada Goose deploys (get this) thermal mapping technology so that heat-prone areas, like your armpits and lower back, don’t overheat. Another plus: Down-filled panels act as reinforcement when temps nose-dive.
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The Futuristic Multitasker
Oros infused this Gemini jacket with NASA-developed Solarcore technology. Wear it as one piece, throw on the lightweight insulated winter vest when the temperature plummets, or zip the water-proof shell over it to stay dry during snow or sleet.
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The Ultimate Winter Armor
Leave your bulky ski coat on the slopes. The Nobis Kalvin parka is as lightweight as a topcoat and cut almost as slim. Plus, it’s embedded with an advanced SympaTex membrane, which means it’s waterproof and windproof yet still breathable. You can even throw it on over just a T-shirt while you run errands. Attach the removable fur trim if the weather report is looking extra dicey.
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Ace The Baselayer
What you wear closest to your skin during the winter is just as important as your exterior shell. These three options will keep you warm and dry through anything.
Get The Boot
Keep your feet from freezing with these trek-ready picks.
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