Best Baselayers: 2011 - Ski Mag

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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.

Merino with a touch of Lycra to give it stretch, the wicking, quick drying Sprint Crewe, from Icebreaker’s GT line is the perfect layer to wear on uphill-downhill missions, especially if you want everyone to be able to see your muscles.  $100; http://icebreaker.com

Best Baselayers

Baselayers are probably the most crucial, least interesting, part of your ski kit. To shorten your selection process, here are our faves.

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Best Goggles of 2011

Goggles are one of the most important factors in a successful day on the hill—sun, snow, and wind become non-issues with the right pair of specs. Here's a list of our favorites.

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What We Wore This Winter

So much great ski apparel comes out each season, we can't possibly review it all. Here's a peek at some of our favorites from this season: Baselayers, jackets, and gloves that we wore to the mountain again and again. Many items are now discounted in stores and online, so get it before it's gone.

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At SIA, we spotted several fashion trends to watch. Here are nine looks you'll be coveting next year.