Like a second skin, but so much stretchier.
The baselayer for skiing keeps the chest and arms warm, dry, and comfortable.
A whole new meaning to the term "nut-huggers."
Our Silverton correspondent weighs in on two new warmers.
Dress for success by choosing the right baselayer for your activity level, weather conditions, and internal thermostat.
Island and mountain prints add flair to the slopes this season.
Pro skiers use them, so they should be good enough for you. Right?
The right long underwear, whether you're carving or carousing.
If you haven’t heard of these labels yet, you will. Here’s a look at fresh styles from the hottest new players.
Stop shivering and start shredding
Lightweight, comfy with full range of motion.
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Real slope style
Smooth as silk
A baselayer with serious stretch
Crashes happen. But with body armor, injuries don’t have to
Sweet Smell of Success
It’s hard to find more fervent brand loyalists than Patagonia wearers, many of whom swear by their Capilene base layers.
A veritable second skin, a good base layer is your first line of defense against the elements. We help you find the best fit and feel.