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12 Cold Weather Accessories for Your Next Ski Adventure

by Berit Baugher

Yosemite National Park, California

Yosemite National Park, California. Photo by Juan Arreguin / Unsplash.

You've got the basics covered, now it's time to accessorize. From leather gloves created by a professional skier to goggles inspired by the design of fighter pilot helmets, these are the 12 winter accessories you should pack for your next ski vacation.


Killspencer Snap Case

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1. Killspencer Snap Case, $75.

The full-grain, black leather case enusres that your new iPhone 7 will stay safely attached to your wrist as you take selfies on the gondola.


Hestia Morrison Pro Model Glove

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2. Hestra Morrison Pro Model Glove, $200.

Sweden's heritage glove brand has been keeping hands warm since 1936. Protect knuckles and fingers from unexpected spills with a pair of professional skier-designed leather gloves.


Ursa Major Golden Hours Recovery Cream

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3. Ursa Major Golden Hour Recovery Cream, $48.

Made with black currant, calendula, and sea buckthorn, the fast-absorbing face cream hydrates and nourishes windburned skin after a day on the slopes.


Sweaty Betty Mountain Top Seamless Ski Base Layer

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4. Sweaty Betty Mountain Top Seamless Ski Base Layer, $105.

Skip the usual single-color long johns  for a cute geometric printed top made front quick-dry fabric. A high collar and ribbed cuffs and hem help retain heat.


Falke Ski Socks

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5. Falke Ski Socks, $38.

Made from an insulating wool blend, these socks will ensure your feet stay dry and toasty.


SkiLynx 3.0 App

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6. SkiLynx 3.0, $3.

Download the app's latest version to track friends and family on the slopes, easily share your location, and receive an overview of the runs you skied that day. Best part: It synchs up with your new Apple watch.


Smith Vantage Helmet

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7. Smith Vantage Helmet, $230.

A sleek and comfortable helmet that comes in a variety of colors and has built-in vents you can adjust based on the wind chill factor.


Smith Outdoor Tech Wired Audio Chips

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8. Smith Outdoor Tech Wired Audio Chips, $40.

Finally! A comfortable way to listen to your favorite tunes and answer phone calls without removing your helmet or gloves. Compatible with most helmets.


Patagonia Stormfront Backpack

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9. Patagonia Stormfront Backpack, $299.

Stash a cell phone, water, and an extra layer in the waterproof backpack. A built-in harness and waist belt system ensures support and comfort as you fly down the slopes.


Leaf + Root Herbal Vapor Rub

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10. Leaf + Root Herbal Vapor Rub, $9.

Ease chest colds and muscle pain with an herbal vapor rub made from herbs like thyme, rosemary, and wild marjoram.


Oakley Flight Deck Prizm Goggle

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11. Oakley Flight Deck Prizm Goggle, $200.

Inspired by the design of fighter pilot helmets, the rimless goggle has one of the largest fields of view on the market.


Zippo Hand Warmer

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12. Zippo Hand Warmer, $27.

A mini pocket-sized furnace to keep hands warm on chilly days.


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Berit is an editor at Fathom. You can follow her on Instagram and Pinterest. She travels for sweets and beautiful design.

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