It’s time to hit the slopes, so we’ve rounded up our top menswear picks for what to wear snowboarding. We cover brands that make technical gear as well as brand that specialize in off-slope style — the ultimate combination here is enough to get you through your next snowboarding session.
The North Face Alligare Thermoball Triclimate Jacket – $399
Let’s start with a hell of a durable jacket — The North Face will keep you warm and protect you from the elements, without a doubt. The three-in-one design with a removable inner layer will let you adjust your warmth level as needed.
The North Face Gatekeeper Pants – $199
Is there a better company to turn to than The North Face when it comes to tough gear that’ll help you look terrific on the slopes? They’re might not be, and that’s why the Gatekeeper Pants are as essential as the McMurdo Parka. These unlined, waterproof pants with Velcro waist tabs were designed for skiing and snowboarding.
American Trench Panel Rib Long Sleeve Tee – $41
Keeping warm is critical, particularly when it comes to a base layer. Use this stylish American Trench long-sleeve tee to strike the perfect balance between stylish and cozy.
Finisterre Fisherman Beanie – $34
What is just as important as making sure your gear is in good shape? Keeping your head warm, no matter the conditions out there. Finisterre makes a simple, functional beanie that’ll serve you on the slopes and in the lodge at day’s end.
Hestra Tor Gloves – $145
Hestra uses a heritage-quality approach to producing some of the best gloves out there, and the sport-ready Tor Gloves, made with tough elk leather, are no exception. They eschew overly technical looks in favor of a mix of fashion and function.
American Trench Boot Socks in Wool and Silk – $30-45
American Trench does more than just make everyday socks — they also make warm wool socks that can withstand a bit of a beating. These socks will also look great even after you slip off your boots for the day.
A version of this article was published by Ann Binlot on December 22, 2013. Last updated by Beau Hayhoe on November 29, 2017.
- Travel experts reveal what you should never wear on a plane
- St. Patrick’s Day: What to wear (without looking like a leprechaun)
- The perfect skiing mid layer? Why this jacket has become my winter gear go-to
- What to Wear Hiking: Menswear That Works On and Off the Trail
- Indochino Suits For Men Are Just in Time for Wedding Season