Winter is all about staying comfortable and dry so you can keep on having fun and stay out longer, no matter the weather. The Boundary Line is our women’s high-performance collection built for riding lifts.
Sarah Jacket/Daisy Insulated Pant
For resort skiers who run on the colder side, the Sarah Jacket comes equipped with a pancake-thin layer of micropuff insulation, stretchy exterior fabric, and plenty of venting so you don’t sweat through your layers. The Daisy Pant doesn’t look insulated from the outside, but it’s got a secret lining of micropuff insulation underneath a waterproof shell fabric, so it adds warmth but not weight in a straight-leg fit.
Solutions for women skiers who run cold: hand warmers, hot toddies to go, and the Kenzie Jacket and Sphynx Bib. The Kenzie, a long, super-warm puffy, can be worn skiing the resort or strolling town at night. Think of it like a cozy down blanket you can actually move around in. The Sphynx Bib is a waterproof breathable bib ski pant for women lined with a barely-there layer of micropuff insulation. In this kit, you get storm-ready durability and a sleek, functional look.
Some gear off the rack looks really good in the mirror but flails when conditions get wet and stormy. With the Puma Jacket and Sassyfrass Pant, you can both look the part of rad skier girl and also have highly technical, waterproof, breathable gear. This long-fitting, style-oriented, three-layer hardshell jacket pairs perfectly with these slimmer-fitting, storm-ready pants. This is the kit of choice for many of our pro athletes, and everyone from the liftie with the braids and the goggle tan to that girl always waiting for first chair with coffee mug in hand.
Pair the Callie Jacket with the Parker Pant and you’ll stand out in any tram line. This bomber jacket looks like no other ski coat on the hill—it’s got a big ol’ taffeta-lined hood (that’ll still fit over your helmet) and a cool retro vibe. The pants are inspired by ’90s stretch pants, but these ones (thankfully) fit squarely over your boots. Because it’s Flylow, you’ll still get waterproof-breathable fabrics and all the technical features you need in the mountains, but this is a new look for us—and for you. Rock it proud.