Warm up, cool down, keeping dry, layering skiwear correctly is a critical art form when you are skiing.

Once you are out on the mountain, you need to be prepared for anything and layering skiwear the proper way is crucial. Mountain weather is famous for quick and drastic changes. One minute it is sunny and warm, the next it is snowing and blowing.  That is why layering is so important. It is also an art form to layer without looking like the “Michelin Man” or the “Stay Puff Marshmallow Man”.

We love parkas that give you a two in one look so it seems like you have two jackets on, but really, it is just one. In the video Barb is wearing the latest from the Bogner Sport Collection. Under her parka she has a full zip base layer by Newland from Italy. This piece is made from high tech fabric that thermoregulates and keeps you dry and warm in any weather condition. And just in case Cloud 9 Restaurant at Aspen Highlands gets crazy, she’s got one more layer underneath.

Here are some other great picks for stylish skiwear layering:

Avia Abalone Base-layer
By Skea

The Avia Base Layer in Abalone is a fun way to brighten up any color ski outfit.
92% Polyester
8% Spandex
Moisture Management Wicking Dry Fit

1/4 zip Body Mapping stitching for a flattering functional fit

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Peace Feminine Sweater
By Dale of Norway

A beautiful feminine sweater originally designed for the Torino Winter Olympic Games; a versatile design for a modern lifestyle. The authentic pewter heart detail, the eight-petal rose and the stunning embroidery, symbolize grace, femininity and the Olympic Concept of Peace.

-Feminine Fit
-100% long lasting Norwegian wool
-Hand wash
-Matching hat sold separately

Peace Feminine Sweater

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