Friends, the cold weather is upon us and it’s time to pull out the heavy hitters of winter apparel in your closet. Oh – what’s that? Your closet needs a little updating? We got your back. We hand picked some of our favorite new pieces for both men and women so you can all make sure you are prepared for the colder temps. Without further ado – here are our picks for this year’s best winter apparel.
Burton Gus Sweater
We’re pretty sure that if you look up “comfy sweater” in the dictionary, a picture of the Burton Gus Sweater is what you will see. Whether you are cozied up next to a fire or hitting the bar after a day on the hill, the Gus Sweater is exactly what you should be wearing. 80% wool means superior warmth and 20% acrylic takes the itch out so this guy becomes 100% comfortable. Classic crew neck with ribbed detail and a small mountain logo at the chest pocket area. Get your cozy on this winter thanks to the Burton Gus Sweater.
Volcom V-Ambo Crew
One part classic crew neck and one part technical layer equals the one and only Volcom V-Ambo Crew. This perfect tech layer looks casual and can be worn on or off the mountain for all your cold weather needs. This cotton/poly blended crew neck has a water resistant DWR finish which means not only does it wick moisture from the inside, it fights it from the outside too. You stay warm and dry no matter the conditions and look cool while doing so. Reap the magical benefits of the V-Ambo Crew this winter and see for yourself.
Analog Integrate Hooded Flannel
Chopping wood, hitting the bars or lapping the mountains? The Analog Integrate Hooded Flannel is ready for your every adventure. This button up style hooded jacket is perfect for mild days on the mountain or just roaming your city or favorite mountain town. A DWR finish keeps moisture out while the cotton/poly yarn dyed flannel keeps you perfectly cozy on those chilly winter nights. Chest pockets give you a place to put all your important things and the added snaps on the front of the hood let you button up nice and tight for those cooler or windy days. When you are hitting the town and you don’t want to lug a bulky jacket, the Analog Integrate Hooded Flannel is the perfect way to stay warm without all the puff.
Matix Merit Cardigan Sweater
Sometimes you feel like a hoodie. Sometimes you don’t. All those times call for the Matix Merit Cardigan Sweater. Kind of like your favorite hoodie, but cut the hood off and add some flare at the chest, then BAM! you got yourself one fancy sweatshirt. Hot dates, dinner at Grandma’s or just a stylish afternoon on the town, the Matix Merit Cardigan Sweater gets the job done.
Burton Cole Jacket
A true “man’s man” kind of jacket. The Burton Cole Jacket won’t help you grow more chest hair but it will keep you warm in the event that you don’t have any of your own. With a flannel outer and sherpa-lined inner, the Cole Jacket looks tough on the outside but is like wearing a stuffed animal on the inside. Bonfires, late night hikes or cold walks to the bar, the Cole jacket promises to get the job done. 2 chest pockets for important stuff, sherpa-lined body, taffeta lined sleeves and wool / poly outer. Beard sold separately.
Adidas Jake Boot
The folks at Adidas understand that sometimes winter brings some unsavory weather. That’s why they built the Adidas Jake boot, which keeps your feet warm and dry without sacrificing your usual style. Don’t be that dude in the weird Sorrel rip offs. The Jake Boot looks and feels like a casual pair of high tops but works like a much tougher winter shoe, protecting you from Mother Nature without all the fluff. Weather-resistant full grain leather upper, gusseted tongue, metal d-rings & lace hooks and a tough, durable outsole. All the benefits of a winter boot without the ridiculous look. Thank you Adidas.
Matix Bad Habits Beanie
Beanie weather is here and the Matix Bad Habits beanie is our favorite. C’mon, don’t those little drinks make you warm and toasty just looking at them?
Burton Negani Fleece
Warmth and fashion have just come together in the most perfect of ways on the Burton Women’s Negani Fleece. For a sleek look and trusty warmth, leave it up to Burton and this cozy, stylish fleece. With a super lightweight feel and hugging fit, the Negani fleece is the perfect layering piece and looks nice all on her own. 100% cotton french terry fleece means super soft, while the deep hood and back hem drop add more cozy warmth making it much more effective than your classic hoodie. Clean zippers, sleek fit and classic Burton quality make the Burton Negani fleece one of our top picks for this winter’s best women’s apparel.
Burton Soteil Softshell
It’s a jacket. it’s a softshell. Wait…it’s both! The Burton Women’s Soteil Softshell has a Dryride outer with a DWR coating to keep you dry on a wet morning hike or a rainy day in the city. The longer fit adds some additional warmth and the oversized hood keeps you cozy up top. Can you snowboard in this jacket? Sure, on a warmer day the Soteil Softshell can handle some runs but we think she works best layered up for city wear. Packed with tech and style, the Burton Soteil Softshell is a must have when it comes to winter apparel.
686 Airflight Skyrise Cowl Fleece
Layering perfection brought to you by the 686 Women’s Airflight Skyrise Cowl Fleece. This fashion-friendly fleece hoodie can be worn casually all winter long, but has what it takes to hit the mountain too. With a 100% polyester 310G micro polar fleece, the Skyrise Hoodie will keep you warm, dry and looking your best this winter. Layer it under your jacket on colder days or snuggle up next to the fire with a hot toddy. Either way, she’s gonna get the job done.
Burton Dryride Tights
Burton just took leggings to the next level with their Burton Women’s Dryride Tights. Yes, you read that right, Dryride tech on these adorable leggings!? Dreams do come true. Just as cozy as they look, the Dryride Tights can layer up with your favorite boots, under your jeans for extra insulation or under your snowboards pants for a day at the mountain. We can pretty much guarantee we will be living in these all winter long.
Well, this list has some some solid ideas on what you should be wearing this winter. Now it’s up to you to get that closet all set for the cold months ahead. Cozy up!