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Best Baselayers

Fall is creeping in, and it’s starting to get cooler in the mountains. Here are our picks for the best baselayers for fall hiking, climbing, and biking. Plus, they’ll all carry over perfectly to ski season.
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Baselayers are probably the most crucial, least interesting, part of your ski kit. To shorten your selection process, here are our faves.