You’re willing to drive through the night if it means you’ll get first tracks. You actually enjoy setting the skintrack. You know a peanut butter and jelly sandwich tastes better when you’re sitting atop a peak you climbed yourself. You need gear that keeps you warm and dry on cold storm days at the summit and cool on spring backcountry tours. Gear that’s light and packable and won’t fill up your entire duffel bag on a trip to BC. That’s the Z Line, our most technical, high-performing collection for women.
When a storm blows in midwinter, you need to be prepared. Consider the Billie Coat and Nina Pant your best coat of armor. In this three-layer, waterproof hardshell kit, you can stay out until last chair. It’s also breathable and ventilated enough to take for a backcountry tour, if that’s your thing. We built this kit for the girl who’s out there sleet or shine, spinning lap after lap well beyond when everyone else calls it quit.
Not sure if you need a pullover insulating hoodie like the Ronan? We dare you to try this on. You won’t ever want to take it off. It’s cozy like Sunday morning, with 80 grams of Polartec Power Fill insulation and a huge kangaroo pouch for warming your hands. Pair it with the three-layer hardshell Nina Pant, which come with ample vents and snack-ready pockets, and you can ski that couloir you’ve been eyeing or hustle to catch first tram.