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HAT: Coal Colorado
$35; coalheadwear.com
Hand-knit from fin acrylic, the Colorado hat features toasty full-fleece earflaps.

JACKET: Sessions Trifecta Jacket
$260; sessions.com
Remove the Trifecta’s snap-in midlayer come springtime – the outer shell sheds wind and water and breathes through mesh chest vents. There’s even a Recco avalanche-rescue reflector embedded in the jacket’s innards.

SHIRT: Eesa Blindside
$75; eesaclothing.com
Borrowing the look of classic rugby shirts, including horizontal striping and a wide collar, the Blindside is actually a techy baselayer made out of polyester wicking fabric with an antimicrobial finish to prevent you from stinking up the joint.

GLOVES: Holden Spring Glove
$70; holdenouterwear.com
The waterproof, breathable cowhide Spring Glove smells gloriously of leather. Its microfleece lining provides warmth without sacrificing dexterity.

GOGGLES: Electric EG2 Goggles
$150; electricvisual.com
The large curved frames of the EG2 fit wider faces. Visual clarity comes from anti-fog spherical lenses and comfort from triple-layer face foam.

PANTS: Planet Earth Boulder Plaid Pant
$180; planetearthstreetwear.com
They’re stylish, but these pants were designed for the foulest conditions. With mesh-lined inner leg vents and taped seams, the Boulder stays dry in wet storms and blends in among the bros.

SPRING 2008