The new line of apparel from Under Armour is fun, stylish, and built to rip.

Lindsey Vonn has had a career full of ups and downs. From serious crashes and injuries to a plethora of World Cup Wins (82, to be exact), the Vail, Colo. local has experienced what you might call ‘the full spectrum’ of ski racing. Vonn's latest co-lab with long-time sponsor Under Armour pays homage to her groundbreaking career with a six-piece line of outerwear and apparel highlighting these key moments of her ski career.

Linsdsey Vonn walks the shores of Lake Louise.

Lindsey Vonn walks the shores of Lake Louise.

Designed to take you from the slopes to the lodge without skipping a beat, the modern cuts and bold colors of the signature collection reflects Vonn’s personal style and spirit— built on the foundation of Under Armour’s high-end performance and expertise.

Lindsey Vonn relaxes with her famous dog.

Lindsey Vonn relaxes with her famous dog Lucy.

Each piece commemorates a milestone in Vonn’s career with names like UA Louise (an homage to Lake Louise, Canada where Vonn has sacked 18 wins), and ups the ante of typical functional ski apparel’s style. The line includes non-conventional skiwear design touches, like vintage camo, iridescent purple, and rose gold zippers, plus details like a custom print jacket lining that showcases Vonn’s accomplishments. 

Read SKI's 2016 Profile of Lindsey Vonn

The full collection includes a waterproof bomber jacket, an asymmetrical camouflage print jacket, a leather-like flared ski pant, a hip, stylish sweater, iridescent 4-way stretch leggings, and a full knit beanie with double pom-poms. The line is fun, stylish, and build to rip— just like Vonn. 

Related

Lindsey Vonn

Lindsey Vonn Joins Forces with Spyder

Want to look like Lindsey on the mountain? Soon you'll be able to, thanks to a new licensing agreement between Vonn and Spyder to promote consumer sales of custom graphic alpine downhill race suits.

Lindsey Vonn en route to victory.

An Interview With Lindsey Vonn

Ski racer Lindsey Vonn was just named Female Athlete of the Decade by NBC's Universal Sports. After months of waiting for an interview, we finally managed to get Vonn to answer some of our questions. But instead of asking her about the Vancouver Olympics coming up in February, we spoke to the two-time World Champion about what it's like being hounded by the press.

Lindsey Vonn en route to victory.

Lindsey Vonn Wins World Cup. Again.

We don’t generally cover ski racing. But we decided this particular news—an American winning the World Cup two years in a row—was worthy. Enjoy your yearly dose of token ski-racing coverage.