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Fashion February, 6 2013

Selectism Buyer’s Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season

Ski and snowboard season is upon us making it a perfect time to explore the snow season goods from the likes of  Isaora, Burton, Moncler, and others. From fashionable hard shell riding jackets with maximum breathability, to Japanese-made knitted beanies, this guide will give you a some pointers into the best items out there for purchase. Stay warm and safe on the slopes. See the list below.

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Isaora Tech 3L Splatter Riding Shell

This  riding jacket is crafted from 3-layer Japanese hard shell composite, boosting water resistance and breathability. The body is fully seam-sealed with light 18mm technical tape to make the piece quiet and yet not overly bulky. Silicon lining is found on the jacket making it appropriate for deep power and park days. YKK waterproof zippers, multiple chest pockets and adjustable hoods will make this coat your best friend out there.  ($389)

Uniqlo Heat Tech T-Shirt

This base layer will keep you warm and dry as Uniqlo’s heat technology
makes your body heat work for you. The combination of fabrics used make it ideal for the slopes. Best of all: the price is right. ($20)

Moncler Bartholome Vest

For lighter riding days, this extra light nylon vest allows flexibility yet keeping you warm. With a fitted hood, drawstring hem and neckline, double pockets and feather down inner layer, this vest is perfect for making a statement.  ($895)

Nonnative Dweller Woven Rib Wool Beanie

It’s hard to say no to this Japanese made orange beanie constructed out from pure wool. Featuring a wide rib and final finishing detail, this beanie will help keep the cold out. ($150)

Neff FacemaskSelectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season
This mask was designed specially to protect your face from the wind as you streak down the slopes. It has a soft fleece lined interior with small mouth holes to help you breathe and is closed with a tough velcro strap. ($20Selectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season)

Burton Pinnacle Gore Tex Glove

Made with Dryride Durashell fabric, these insulated gloves are guaranteed to keep you dry with the waterproof yet breatheable membrane. A removable fleece liner lets you use it on warmer days as well. Touch Tec nanotechnology allows you to control your iPhone or Android phone without exposing your fingers. ($99)

VonZipper Fishbowl GogglesSelectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season

These supersized goggles feature a dural spherical lens suitable for helmet usage. It is 100% UV protected and has an anti-fog layer ensuring maximum peripheral vision at all times. ($150Selectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season)

Bern G2 Helmet with VisorSelectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season

This helmet comes with a removable brim visor and an adjustable slider system for maximum comfort. It has an exclusive Zipmold liquid foam injected into the inner layer, providing a tough helmet for a light weight. Our editor rides in this helmet. ($109Selectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season)

 

GoPro Hero3 HD CameraSelectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season

For capturing every movement while doing laps in the poweder, the Hero 3 is an upgraded HD version of the previous Hero editions. It includes WiFi, an underwater dive lens, and an overall thinner profile. Yes, this was also the camera Shaun White sported during the latest X-Games Slopestyle Finals in Aspen. ($399Selectism Buyers Guide: 10 Items for Snow Season)

Porter Union Rucksack

This black and yellow backpack is lined with waterproof nylon and adjustable and padded shoulder straps for heavy usage. With multiple exterior pouches and pockets, this bag is sure to keep your valuables safe from the weather. ($330)

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