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Arm yourself with the smartest heated gear and apparel on the market. Ski longer, be happy.


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K2 B.F.C. 100 Heat (men’s)/90 Heat (women’s) 

K2’s newest heated ski boot has its mission statement encoded in the name: the B.F.C., as the 100/90 Heat is Built for Comfort. With a forgiving flex and CushFit Liners integrated with Thermic️ heat technology—which provides up to 19 hours of warmth to your cold toes—it’s safe to say this boot lives up to its name. Flip it to Après mode to unlock the . cuff from the lower shell for better mobility off the slopes. [$700, k2skis.com]

Also consider: Salomon QST Access Custom Heat 

The 90-flex QST is made for intermediates looking for comfort right out of the box. The boots feature the My Custom Heat 3D Sport Liner with a fully integrated heating system. And with a 104mm last, they’re as comfy as UGGs. [$650, salomon.com]

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Hestra Power Heater Mitten and Glove 

Hestra’s heated mitten/glove deliver everything the brand is known for: weatherproof outer material, a soft goatskin palm, functional cuffs, plus new integrated heating loops to send battery-powered warmth from palm to fingertips. Get on-demand heat through the built-in control panel, and during warmer times just remove the batteries and charge them up for the next sub-zero day. Note: not a backcountry glove, as electronic components may interfere with avalanche transceivers. [$425, hestragloves.com]

Also consider:  SEIRUS HeatTouch Hellfire Glove and Mitt 

Seirus revamped its heated leather glove and mitt to feature a lighter, thinner battery that still provides up to 12 hours of heat using its Flexible Fusion Panels that not only transmit heat to the top of the glove, but also to the fingers. [$425, seirus.com]

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Ravean 12 V C6 Heated Down Jacket 

Ravean seamlessly integrates the heating technology into this sleek and comfortable jacket. At 150 grams, the C6 is light but packs serious warmth thanks to a compact lithium ion battery that spreads heat to the back, chest, and two front pockets. You control which areas warm up when, as well as how toasty they get, with a push of a button. [$170, battery sold separately, $70; ravean.com]

Also consider: Exoglo Heated Vest 

Waterproof, windproof, and breathable, this vest is equipped with FabRoc heating panels in the chest and kidney areas. It comes with a 12 V rechargeable battery pack that offers up to five hours of warmth. [$200, exo2.co.uk]

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Transpack Heated Boot Pro Backpack 

This burly 40L boot bag made of ballistic nylon and polyester ripstop is basically a portable boot oven. Heating elements that line the interior boot vault can be powered by plugging the bag into a standard wall outlet or into your 12 V car charger, ensuring boots are toasty when it’s time to gear up. Equipped with additional gear pockets and mesh vents to allow moisture to escape, this bag keeps things warm and dry. [$220, transpack.net]

Also consider: Kulkea Thermal Trekker 

Need something bigger? With 62L of volume, this big boy has plenty of room and pockets to store everything but the kitchen sink and keep your boots warm and separate from the rest of your gear at the same time. [$240, kulkea.com]