Flylow Betty Down ($250)
800-fill European goose down will keep your lady shredder warm all winter, during summer camping trips and when you forget to pay your heating bill.
Julbo Vermont Classics ($150)
Does she love a good adventure? Then she will appreciate these historically styled mountaineering shades.
Salomon QST Lumen 99 ($725)
Sorel Cozy 1964 Boot ($130)
Microfleece insulation and a waterproof exterior this sneaker-boot is the perfect shoe to slip into before grabbing an apres slice and PBR.
Patagonia Stretch Nano Storm ($449)
Does she love to adventure? Is she always pushing you up the next boot pack? This jacket was built for the start-stop cycle of the alpine in blowing and wet condition. A breathable, puffy-like liner she won’t be complaining about being too hot or too cold this winter in the Stretch Nano Storm.
Smith Optics Riot ($80)
A goggle made specifically for woman, because let’s be real their faces are smaller.
Scarpa Freedom SL 120 WMN ($749)
3 lb’s, 11 oz’s this boot is light and charges like an alpine boot. The one boot that makes sense for resort skiing or backcountry skiing.
Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Alpine Pro ($175)
Expensive for mittens, yes. Worth it? 100%. No matter the weather these are miracle mittens for keeping her hands the perfect temperature.
Breckenridge Colorado Bourbon
Bourbon isn’t just for the boys.
Patagonia Merino Wool Air Baselayers ($149 & $129)
Warmth, stretch and breathability like nothing you’ve seen before. Once you realize how great these Merino Air baselayers are you’ll be trying to squeeze yourself into hers.