So you are ready to try snowboarding or skiing this winter or you are a well-seasoned rider looking for new apparel and outerwear. Maybe you have a snow trip planned that requires some new threads to keep you extra warm in the cold or you are expecting some wet conditions in your region this winter. Even if you aren’t a snowboarder or skier, you could be looking for women’s winter outerwear for outdoor activities like hiking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing. The SheShreds Team has some helpful resources and tips to help you choose the right outerwear for your snow adventures.
Being a leader in women’s winter apparel for action sports and board sports, the SheShreds Team takes pride in providing some helpful advice when shopping for new clothing for your winter days. With help from our ambassadors and team members, we’ve put together a infographic that can help break down some of the outerwear options you may come across when shopping. Some of these options may be absolutely necessary for your activity or they may be an added benefit worth spending some extra money. But we also want to provide you with the information that can clear the air about some of the hype when it comes to women’s outerwear for skiing and snowboarding.
Helmet: Bern Watts Thinshell EPS Helmet - "Lighter helmet that won’t feel like it is getting in the way."
Goggles: VonZipper Jetpack Goggles - "Wider lens to be able to have more visibility."
Jacket: Columbia 3-in-1 Jackets - "I have been using Columbia as my go-to outerwear for the fair prices and great wear. I can get multiple snow seasons out of their products."
Socks: Smartwool PhD Snowboard Light Sock - "I've always loved the Smartwool socks. They have a great feel, comfort, warmth, and also a bonus of great patterns."
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