North Face Women's Apex ClimateBlock JacketBy the editors of FITNESS Magazine
Whether you're zipping through the streets or down the slopes, we've got you covered from head to toe.
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Stay in sight with this shell that has 360 degrees of reflectivity. Perfect for especially blustery days, it's windproof and treated with water repellant to keep you dry if the skies suddenly open.
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For the eternally freezing, this coat comes with wireless electric heat built in! At the press of a button you'll get three levels of heat for up to six hours so you can skip the lodge and maximize your time on the mountain instead.Helly Hansen W Legend PantSKI: Helly Hansen W Legend Pant
Bob and weave easily with added flexibility in the knees. An adjustable belt lets you pile on or take away base layers without sacrificing a perfect fit.
Funky designs like this Free Cone Day style give piggies some pizzazz while adding padding to arches and ankles. Quick-drying Merino wool will prevent soggy toes on your many trips up the ski lift.
Silicone backing fastens the strap in place as triple-layer fleece face foam keeps your peepers sweat-free and comfortable. Pick one of the eye-catching colors or design your own customized pair for your next grind.
Frigid temps are no match for this coat, complete with a GORE-TEX lined shell and insulation that won't make you look (or feel) like a marshmallow during a shredding session.
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