Our 15 Favorite Jackets - Ski Mag

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10 Great Spring Jackets

Spring has sprung, so ditch the goose down and check out these lightweight jackets that are perfect for warm days on the mountain.

Mother bought me this jacket for Christmas and I’ve worn it every ski day since, rain or shine, backcountry or lifts, Utah, Colorado, Montana, Idaho. It kept me dry, blocked the wind, and looked wicked stylish while doing so. It took a lot of abuse this season but I’m pretty confident it will continue to do so for years to come. www.flylowgear.comKevin Luby, Associate Editor

Our Favorite Gear of the Year

We get to try out a lot of gear around here, but the stuff we truly love can be rare and hard to come by. These are the goods, from boots to barbecue sauce, that we abused the heck out of this winter. We like this stuff a lot, and there's a good chance you might too.

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Our Favorite All-Mountain Skis

Sure, everyone wants a quiver of skis, with an option for every condition, but a pair of all-mountain boards, which bust crud, carve groomies, and can still float a little, can be the key to sustained (and not super expensive) happiness. Here are the all-mountain skis that scored highest in our ski test.

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Jackets for the Hill

For racking up inbounds vertical, you need duds that look good, carry all your toys, and keep you warm and dry. These jackets and pants provide.