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FITNESS Winter Gear Guide: Best Clothes and Gear for Every Sport

Whether you're zipping through the streets or down the slopes, we've got you covered from head to toe.

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RUN: Craft Women's Zero Extreme Crewneck

Merging two of its toughest fabrics together, Pro Zero and Pro Cool, this base layer will wick sweat from your skin while keeping you warm during your early morning runs. Plus, it's snug without being constricting.

$69.99; shop.craftsports.us

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RUN: Asics Thermopolis LT Run Pant

These supersoft running trousers work for a trot in any weather. Thermal lining keeps you toasty without being too bulky while reflective ankle zippers help you steer clear of cars and bikers.

$70; asicsamerica.com

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RUN: North Face Women's Apex ClimateBlock Jacket

Stay in sight with this shell that has 360 degrees of reflectivity. Perfect for especially blustery days, it's windproof and treated with water repellant to keep you dry if the skies suddenly open.

$159; thenorthface.com

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RUN: Saucony Protection Glove Vizipro

A handy USB LED light helps you peek at your watch and switch songs once it gets dark. Runny nose? Use the cloth wipe on the thumb to fix your sniffles without breaking stride.

$50; saucony.com

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RUN: North Face Woman's Ultra 105 GTX XCR

Tackle unforgiving trails with these heavy-duty sneaks. Lined with GORE-TEX and mesh, this stability shoe will keep your feet dry in rain, sleet, or snow.

$110; thenorthface.com

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RUN: Adidas Solstice Reversible Beanie

Hold off on laundry a few more days with this dual-sided cap to keep your noggin snuggly when logging miles.

$18; shopadidas.com

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PLAY: Roxy Jet Jacket

This poppy print may not camouflage you for a snowball fight, but it will keep you snug with its adjustable mesh-lined venting to help heat up or cool off.

$160; roxy.com

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PLAY: Athleta Powder Jean

Skip the long underwear with denim-inspired pants equipped with Schoeller c_change technology to adapt to the environment and your body's temperature. We promise they don't look anything like PajamaJeans.

$328; athleta.com

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PLAY: Kombi Furrgie Gloves

Warm and fuzzy on the inside, tough as nails on the outside. Goose down insulation will help keep digits warm for your next snowman-building competition.

$55; kombisnow.com

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PLAY: Dale of Norway Reindeer Hat

Bust out the woolies with this festive knit. Oversize chin tassels can tie or let loose for a fun look you can pull off all season.

$54; dale.no/us

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PLAY: Tecnica Moon Boot Classic Nylon

No wet socks here! Trek to the mountain or hop around town in the iconic design of these old-school favorites.

$100; tecnicausa.com

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SKI: Columbia Women's Circuit Breaker Softshell

For the eternally freezing, this coat comes with wireless electric heat built in! At the press of a button you'll get three levels of heat for up to six hours so you can skip the lodge and maximize your time on the mountain instead.

$850; columbia.com

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SKI: Helly Hansen W Legend Pant

Bob and weave easily with added flexibility in the knees. An adjustable belt lets you pile on or take away base layers without sacrificing a perfect fit.

$175; hellyhansen.com

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SKI: Roxy Mist Goggles

Fashion meets function with these shatter-proof and scratch-resistant lenses. The floral accent also makes a stylish statement when paired with a helmet for a safer ride.

$119.50; roxy.com

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SKI: Oakley The Claw Gloves

Designed with the help of pro rider Gretchen Bleiler, these mitts are the real deal. Leather palming on the outside combined with Sherpa lining inside, your feelers will nix frostbite while keeping a steady grip on the poles.

$90; oakley.com

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SKI: Spyder Seamless Compression L/S Top and Baselayer Pant

This set feels like second skin, eliminating friction and wicking away sweat for smoother swooshing down hills.

Top, $60; pant, $55; spyder.com

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SKI: Burton Party Socks

Funky designs like this Free Cone Day style give piggies some pizzazz while adding padding to arches and ankles. Quick-drying Merino wool will prevent soggy toes on your many trips up the ski lift.

$23.95; burton.com

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SNOWBOARD: Oakley Crowbar Snow Goggles

Silicone backing fastens the strap in place as triple-layer fleece face foam keeps your peepers sweat-free and comfortable. Pick one of the eye-catching colors or design your own customized pair for your next grind.

$140; shoponeillusa.com

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SNOWBOARD: Burton 2L Flare Down Jacket

Frigid temps are no match for this coat, complete with a GORE-TEX lined shell and insulation that won't make you look (or feel) like a marshmallow during a shredding session.

$514.95; ca.burton.com

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SNOWBOARD: O'Neill Escape Star Pant

Be the most fashionable freestyler on the mountain with a pair of bold colored bottoms. A detachable belt and taped seams help secure the fit to prevent sliding when riding.

$140; shoponeillusa.com

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SNOWBOARD: VonZipper Fishbowl Goggles

Eco-snow bunnies will appreciate that the frames on these specs are made from 50 percent recycled material. An anti-fog shield will help boarders carve through the snow without error.

$150; us.vonzipper.com

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SNOWBOARD: Burton Social Snowboard

Consider this your portable playground. The flashy design will turn heads as you catch air flying down the mountain.

$349.95; burton.com

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SNOWBOARD: DC Shoes Women's Sweep Snowboard Boots

The best of both boot worlds -- the bottom of this boot snaps to keep feet secure, while the top has traditional lacing to adjust as tight or loose as you want to ride.

$210; dcshoes.com

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SNOWBOARD: O'Neill Freedom Moonstone Fullsuit

Be a showstopper on the slopes with this slim-fit body suit. Waterproof and built for breathability, it's the little extras -- like armpit vent zips -- that make this onesie extra special.

Originally published on FitnessMagazine.com, January 2012.

$300; shoponeillusa.com

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