It’s officially winter and skiing, snowboarding, and just playing out in the snow has begun. To enjoy these outdoor activities, you need some warm, waterproof clothing that is still lightweight enough so you can move.  Keep scrolling to find our top must-have items for outdoor winter fun.

For men, Marmot has the Terrawatt Jacket that’s perfect for snow days. It features an attached hood that can adjust around your face, 800 fill power goose down material for warmth and an abundance of zippered pockets to keep your essentials secured. It has a price tag of $375, but will be a go-to for years to come.

Another great option for men is the Mountain Hardware Dynotherm Down Hooded Jacket. This jacket is essential for traveling with its packable design. It features 650-fill insulation, that retains warmth even when wet, keeping you comfortable and dry.

For women, the Snow Eclipse Mid Jacket is very warm with synthetic insulation and a longer cut to reduce chilly winds from entering your coat. It also has a water-resistant shell and has a price tag of $120.
The North Face also has an abundance of options for cold weather. The women’s Gotham Parka features two types of insulation for warmth: 550-fill goose down and ample synthetic insulation. It also features five different color options with a price-tag of $249.
Snow pants are a must to keep warm while out in the snow. For men, the North Face Freedom Pant has a tough, nylon shell and features a waterproof material that’s breathable to keep you comfortable, all day long.
For women, the Marmot Palisades Pant has a two-layer waterproof barrier and grippy elastic for a secure seal around your boots.
Another tip is to wear water-proof boots and insulated socks so that your feet stay warm. L.L. Bean’s Snow Boot is stylish and functional. Plus, it features a 4.4/5 star rating from over 70 reviewers.
The women’s Porsha Functional Winter Boots are budget-friendly for just $45 and practical.
Lastly, don’t forget about hats and gloves. The Under Armour Around Town Beanie is perfect for keep your head and ears warm.
Also, the North Face Etip Gloves are tech-friendly to keep your hands warm while using your device outdoors. Better yet, both of these items can be worn by men and women alike.
What do you make sure you have on before going outdoors in the snow? Let me know in the comments below.

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