2019 Women’s Ski Outerwear Combos

By Published On: November 1st, 20182 Comments

You’ve found your next pair of skis, so now what? Winter is just around the corner, making it a great time to update your ski wardrobe. You’ll want to be sure you have the proper outerwear that fits well and also keeps you protected from freezing winds and wet conditions. If you’re not sure where to start, here are a few combos from some of our favorite brands to try. Our women’s ski clothing shop has plenty of options, including 2019 women’s ski jackets and 2019 women’s ski pants with the latest designs and features that will make your next ski trip the best yet. If you’re not sure where to start, here are a few combos to try. 

Great for chillier days, this Mountain Hardwear Barnsie Insulated ski jacket is a classic look for a day on the slopes. It is warm while also providing underarm ventilation for when the temperatures rise or you work up a sweat. Pull up the adjustable, helmet-compatible hood when the snow starts falling. The hand pockets are fleece lined and have a key clip so that your keys will stay safe. This jacket also has an interior pocket that is great for keeping your phone or other valuables stores securely while you’re skiing down the mountain. [Buy Here]

This jacket pairs nicely with these white Salomon Icemania ski pants. Featuring waterproof and breathable material, these pants will keep you warm and dry no matter how the weather turns. They also have a tighter fit for a more flattering and less baggy look so that you can look and feel confident the entire time you’re out on the slopes. [Buy Here]

This Obermeyer Tuscany II ski jacket is a trendy option and a favorite for women skiers everywhere. This ski coat features a floral print that pops out on the slopes along with a removable hood with removable faux fur so that you can easily change up your look. A powder skirt and adjustable hem keep the snow out so that you can stay warm and comfortable all day. The interior of this women’s jacket has plenty of pockets, including one for your phone. It also has a goggle wipe to ensure that your vision stays crystal clear so that you can ski safely. [Buy Here]

This jacket goes well with these purple-gray Columbia Bugaboo II ski pants. These insulated ski pants feature an Omni-Tech shell that is waterproof and breathable to protect you against whatever weather comes your way. The waist can easily be adjusted to help them fit more comfortably so that you can feel confident that these pants will keep the snow out and be up for plenty of activity. [Buy Here]

If you wanna opt for something bright on top, wear this coral Salomon Stormpunch ski jacket designed with stretch fabric to ensure that you are getting plenty of freedom to keep up with all of your activity. This women’s ski jacket has tons of nice features, such as a powder skirt, removable hood, plenty of pockets, and a goggle wipe. It is insulated, waterproof, and breathable, making it a great choice for any kind of weather that comes your way. [Buy Here]

Pair this jacket with these classic black North Face Freedom Insulated ski pants. A durable and practical option, these pants feature an adjustable waist and inner thigh vents to prevent overheating. They also have plenty of pocket space for keeping your small items secure. You can’t go wrong with these ski pants that will keep you warm and will go with any jacket season after season. [Buy Here]

Whether you’re just starting to ski or have been skiing for years and need to upgrade your clothing, you are sure to find something you love. Don’t forget to also select gloves, mittens, a beanie, and a pair of thick socks that will keep your feet, hands, and head extra warm for a full day outdoors. While you’re at it, check out our entire selection of ski clothes, some popular men’s outerwear combos as well as our selection of kids clothes.

Emily H.

Photos by Stephan Jende

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  1. Hannah November 19, 2018 at 9:01 pm - Reply

    No offense but there’s no optional layering built into these combinations. You’re going to set up folks for either being chilled out real quick or sweating profusely if the weather isn’t optimal.

    • Michelle Taibi November 23, 2018 at 3:16 pm - Reply

      We’re planning on covering how to layer up to stay dry and comfortable on the slopes in the future! These are simply our stylish, weather-appropriate outer layer picks for people to start getting inspired and excited for the upcoming season!

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