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Hit the Slopes In Style with Sassy Ski and Snowboard Gear

  • Billabong

    Billabong Karma Pant

    Brighten up your collection of ski and snowboard gear with this tailored, bohemian-inspired snow pant that's both functional and fashionable. Featuring in-seam zipper vents, Thinsulate insulation, and hand-warmer pockets, this pant is waterproof and windproof for warmth and comfort. ($170; billabong.com)

  • Columbia

    Columbia Women's Whirlibird Interchange Jacket

    With a water-repellant, thermal-reflective liner and waterproof, breathable shell, this 3-in-1 jacket will keep you warm and dry in any conditions. A removable hood, underarm vents, and goggle pocket add to the jacket's versatility. ($150; columbia.com) (If you're looking for the perfect combination of practical and trendy, these functional, fashionable ski jackets can help.)

  • Amazon

    Lange Women's SX 80 2016 Ski Boot

    An all-mountain boot for intermediate skiers, the easy-to-use Lange SX 80 has several features for increased circulation and comfort. With a wider forefoot, higher instep, and sliding-track top buckle that adjusts to different calf sizes, this ski boot—which is strong enough for bumps and soft enough for groomers—is your new staple. ($350; amazon.com)

  • Sierra Trading Post

    Whitewoods Crosstour Touring Nordic Skis

    Assembly is not required for this cross-country, classical touring package that includes laminated wood-core planks, pre-mounted bindings, and fiberglass poles. With the added convenience of a waxless base, there's no need to prep the skis before you grip and glide across miles of snow-covered terrain. ($170; sierratradingpost.com) (If you're not the only one in your #FitFam who loves skiing, you'll want to check out these gift ideas for the skier in your life.)

  • Billabong

    GoPro Hero + LCD

    Waterproof and durable, this all-in-one, LCD camera enables you to capture and share high-quality action photos and videos with its touch display, built-in app, and WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. Don't miss another moment, from big air to sipping cocoa in the ski lodge, with the camera's wide-angle lens and adjustable settings. ($300; billabong.com)

  • Sierra Trading Post

    Smith Optics Phase Ski Goggles

    More than an accessory to your ski and snowboard gear, the Phase ski goggles provide a wide range of vision and protection from the elements, so you can look ahead to find the goods for your next line. Featuring a fog-fighting filter, adjustable ventilation, and dual-layer face foam, these goggles are guaranteed to provide maximum comfort and visibility for as long as you're on the mountain. ($50; sierratradingpost.com)

  • Under Armour 

    Under Armour Around Town Band

    Trade in your beanie—and your hat hair—for a soft and cozy alternative. This one-size-fits-all cable knit headband is perfect for an après ski happy hour and provides an extra-warm addition to your ski and snowboard gear ensemble. ($22; underarmour.com)

  • Columbia

    Columbia Outdry Ex Women's Glove

    Seal out moisture and keep in warmth with these waterproof, breathable gloves that feature a double-layer, chamois lining. And with a finger nose wipe and touchscreen tip, you can keep your hands—and face—dry and clean throughout the day. ($75; columbia.com)

  • Sierra Trading Post

    Rome Butterknife Snowboard

    A beginner to intermediate all-mountain snowboard, the ultra-lightweight Rome Butterknife features a flat underfoot and twin rocker tips for responsive edge control and better float in powder. And with a medium-soft flex rating, this board is more forgiving to improve your stability, even in bumps or crud. ($250; sierratradingpost.com) (Get your body fit to hit the slopes with these strengthening moves for skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating.)

  • Smith

    Smith Optics 'Allure' Helmet

    This is one of the lightest certified snow helmets on the market, and it comes with a manufacturer's lifetime warranty so you can always shred with style. Best part: This helmet is loaded with features, and it has nine vents and a removable goggle lock so you can customize your helmet to look—and feel—as good as you do carving tracks. ($110; nordstrom.com)

  • Garmin

    Garmin Vivoactive GPS Smartwatch

    A bargain in wearable technology, this GPS smartwatch has an ultra-thin, sunlight-readable face and high-resolution color touchscreen that lets you track your day on the mountain—all the way from your first dip into the back bowls to your last run in the park. Compatible with iOS and Android, the vivoactive pairs with your smartphone through Bluetooth to display alerts and notifications, even when your phone is tucked safely away. ($220; garmin.com)