Spyder’s Winterskyn baselayers incorporate strategic muscle support, venting for heat-prone areas, and moisture wicking to keep you dry. The new X-Static line also includes anti-microbial silver fibers to fight odor. Made from polypropylene, nylon and stretch Spandex, the fabric moves with you, and the capri cut (it stops right above the boot) offers even greater flexibility.
WinterSilks’ new Techno Silks line is the company’s first foray into peak performance wear. The crock neck top keeps warmth in and snow out, and the fabric (a blend of spunsilk and Spandex) wicks moisture and slides across your skin with each turn. As for the feel – did we mention it’s made of silk?
Available in men’s and women’s styles in dark grey (pictured) and terra cotta.
The ski world is full of boring base layers, but there are options out there that will keep you warm and stylish. Core Concepts proves it with its new Brrr Dude Zip Neck. And as the name suggests, this artsy top isn’t just a looker – it’s also a serious shield against cold mountain temps with Polartec Heavyweight Power Dry technology and fleece inner lining. Fabric is moisture wicking, breathable, quick drying and antimicrobial.