Hit The Slopes In The Latest Ski Gear

Hit The Slopes In The Latest Ski Gear

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Hit The Slopes In The Latest Ski Gear

Our 2021 roundup of best skiwear, accessories and cool nick nacks to use on the slopes.

Our 2021 roundup of best skiwear, accessories and cool nick nacks to use on the slopes.

Text: Valerie Stepanova

It's January 2021, and V is continuing to bring you products and resources that will help you absolutely brush your New Year's resolutions. This time, we are here with The Ski Edit  — following up on our sneaker and beauty roundups for the year to come. Though very taxing and incredibly difficult for many of us, we have to admit that this time offers us a perfect moment to finally dabble in outdoor sports during the Winter 2021 season — so why not take advantage of it and hit the slopes over the next few months?

To help you along here, V have rounded up the coolest gear from our favorite skiwear brands currently available on the market. For everything from winter staples and cult classics to new & innovative brands and products, check out the edit below:

Chalvine Bomber ($2,255) and Ski Pants ($1,295), 3 Moncler Grenoble

Naturally, our first pick must come from the best of the best — season after season, the Alpine brand nails it with their outerwear staples and innovative collabs. Check out this stylish set that comes in as part of collection 3 from the Moncler Genius project — performance, style, and versatility coming together all at once.

Over-The-Boot ski suit, Cordova ($1,090)

Functional-yet-flattering, this signature suit from Cordova will keep your boots dry on the slopes. In all honesty, when it comes to winter- and skiwear, it doesn't get much better than this!

GORE-TEX, leather and knit ski gloves, Prada ($770)

Ski gloves but make it luxe — these three-dimensional knit handwear features a modern, functional design decorated with the Prada Linea Rossa logo. Fully water-repellent fabric is combined with a resistant goat leather palm and a waterproof, windproof GORE-TEX® membrane to keep your hands warm and dry all day long.

Women's Gatekeeper Jacket, The North Face ($299)

This piece is waterproof, insulated and offers supreme wind protection — a must-have in the skiwear category. The black 100% water-repellent polyester makes it super easy to pair with bolder, statement ski pants and accessories — just in case you want to jazz it up for some fun in the winter sun.

Black Nylon Sweater ($530) and Leggings ($530), Fendi

Slim-fit and seamless, this stylish set uses thermal, breathable material from recycled nylon fibers with tone-on-tone FF details to keep you warm and cozy while you're hitting the slopes.

D-White Turtleneck Sweater, Dior ($980)

Inspired by and made perfect for winter sports, this 'sweater' piece is a practical and refined alternative to bulky scarves and stoles. Crafted in navy blue flecked wool and cashmere, this chic accessory embellished with contrasting 'Christian Dior' bands will surely make you stand out from the rest of the ski crowds.

Fluffy Yard Fleece Zip-Up Jacket, UNIQLO ($29.90)

Cozy, fluffy and cute, this updated fleece jacket features a relaxed feel and an even thicker fabric for extra comfort. Layer up!

Retro Monogram Oversized Ski Jacket, Louis Vuitton (price upon request)

Twisting key themes from the Louis Vuitton runway with House signatures, this jacket will give you a statement look with a retro edge. Bold and functional, this number combines the Monogram pattern with graphic panels, double-zipped pockets and a foldable hood to accentuate the Alpine look.

Ski Mask, Fendi ($650)

Manufactured in Italy with adjustable buckle, elastic ribbon with tobacco FF motif. Chic!

Women's Tignes Ski Suit White/Rainbow, Perfect Moment ($950)

Featuring a waterproof and breathable shell, four-way stretch, cosy thermal fleece, a hidden hood (helmet-compatible of course) and a detachable waist belt, this figure-flattering snow-white Tignes One-Piece will make sure you will have a *picture-perfect* time on the slopes. Feel like staying in the chalet? This might change your mind.

Voltair 20 Backpack, Arc'teryx ($1,250)

This extremely light, durable, weather-resistant and customizable backpack is perfect for the adventurous skier. With a custom-designed rechargeable battery and powerful centrifugal blower, this pack achieves the same pressure and fill rates as gas cartridge systems while also maintaining inflation in case of minor punctures.

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