By Hannah Letinich
Mountain to Sound Outfitters
Maintaining warmth and comfort on the mountain is key to enjoying a full day at your favorite resort. We are passionate about the technical details of the products we sell. From ventilation, materials and construction we have some toasty recommendations below to keep you warm when the next cold front comes through the Northwest.
SMITH Vantage Helmet
Has vents that can be closed for maximum warmth. Choose to close them halfway (pictured above) or all the way on the coldest days.
ROXY Wilder GORE-TEX Jacket
Comes with a Biotherm fleece neck gaiter for warmth. It is infused with a high performance complex to keep skin moisturized in all weather conditions.
HESTRA Women’s Heli Gloves
Are constructed with 109 individual pieces for dexterity, durability and warmth. Leather palms keep heat in and the fleece liner dries fast so you can ski every day from open to close.
QUIKSILVER Porter Youth Pants
Have fleece insulation in the seat for extra warmth when riding the bunny slopes or resting in the snow.
SCARPA Freedom SL 120 Boots
Have Intuition liners, which are proven in the coldest mountaineering environments. Using the same cold weather technology designed for advanced mountaineering boots.
ROSSIGNOL Pure Elite 80 Boots
Have Merino Wool liners for high thermal comfort in the coldest conditions. Wool keeps feet warm even when wet, and provides odor control, breath-ability and a buttery soft feel.