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The Best Kit for Skiing in a Storm
The Best Kit for Skiing in a Storm
The Environ Bib extends up just past your belly button, providing excellent protection without feeling like a shake-and-bake sweat suit. Featuring a three-layer Toray Dermizax fabric, the bib is a workhorse built for aggressive skiing.
Our Favorite Lightweight Puffy Jackets for Women
Our Favorite Lightweight Puffy Jackets for Women
You’d expect an anorak-style puffy to be as boxy and bulky as a quilt. But the Pinion’s great achievement is its tailored look. Vertical princess seams on the sides create an hourglass shape. Opening the snaps on the split hem creates more room for broader hips. And the abbreviated zipper makes this feel more like a sweatshirt than the technical jacket it is.

The 800-fill goose down kept me warm on calm, 40-degree nights in camp, and the Pertex Quantum shell fabric, which is light, soft, and made to hold insulation, blocks light winds. It’s also silky to the touch, which makes this a comfy travel pillow once you stuff the jacket into its own kangaroo pouch.
Four Classy Skier Shirts
Four Classy Skier Shirts
The founder of Jackson, Wyo.-based Stio claims to have only worn the Eddy shirt as a baselayer and for nightlife tomfoolery during a weeklong European hut-to-hut ski tour. He would tour in it all day, skiing amongst the stunning peaks of the Alps, and then party all night wearing the Eddy in rowdy European mountain villages. We weren’t there, but based on our tests so far, we believe him. Featuring wind and water-resistant Conflux fabric and a 50+ UPF rating for sun protection, the Eddy can hold up to some serious outdoor abuse, but its pearl snaps, slick print and modified shirttail hem means it can also be ready to go for date night, too. Just make sure you shower between the mountains and the club.
Pack Like A Pro: Peak Goals And Gear Chat With Avid Mountain Athlete Christy Mahon
Pack Like A Pro: Peak Goals And Gear Chat With Avid Mountain Athlete Christy Mahon
GEAR INSTITUTE: What pieces of gear do you take with you on every adventure? Any favorites?

CHRISTY MAHON: The Pinion Down Sweater from Stio. It’s an awesome layer and it’s lightweight. I do a lot of cold weather stuff, but I am like a cold weather weenie, and I just love having that additional warmth. It’s small and it packs into even a running pack. It’s ideal for when you’ve just gotten to the top of the peak and you’re skiing down, or you’re at the car and just got back from a run. I use it every single season, with every single sport.
The Best Long Underwear for Men, According to Men Who Would Know
The Best Long Underwear for Men, According to Men Who Would Know
"This is an easy one. I like Stio’s Basis Power Wool. Next to skin it features merino wool’s superior odor and moisture wicking, while the exterior of the garments is synthetic poly, which is more durable and breathable. You don’t get the pilling, running, or tearing of a wool base layer, and you don’t get the stinkiness of a pure poly/spandex base layer. I’ve been wearing them almost every day here in Jackson Hole skiing, fatbiking, and winter running, no problem."
These Are the Best 
Women's Ski Bibs
These Are the Best 
Women's Ski Bibs

Stio is my favorite brand for women’s ski pants, thanks to an impeccable fit that feels designed by athletic women, for athletic women, rather than a repurposed men’s model. I get compliments on the fit all the time.

The Environ Bib has a low-profile mini bib that fits and looks more like pants with suspenders, which is a plus for women who’d rather not go for the full overalls look. Made of a three-layer Dermizax waterproof shell, they’re bomber in wet weather. Even on super stormy days, they don’t wet out, and they dry rapidly once the weather stops.

They’re wind-resistant and keep you warm with just a baselayer underneath even when the temperature drops well below the comfort zone. A reinforced cuff keeps you from slicing your pants with your ski edges, and thoughtfully placed zipper pockets (three of ’em) provide ample storage. They’re internally stitched, if you’re inclined to keep your beacon in your pants pocket. Zippers on either side of the pants make peeing and costume changes easy, and provide ample ventilation for the uphill.

These pants will do you proud on the uphill or downhill.

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