Hit the Slopes with Our Favorite Ski Gear and Accessories for 2023

ski season winter snow
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Whether you are heading to Aspen or Gstaad, it’s time to upgrade your ski gear this winter season. Below we have curated a list of our favorite ski gear and accessories for the 2023 ski and snowboarding season. See you on the slopes!

Chervo USA

Chevro USA ski apparel guide
Credit: Chervo USA

Pack only the best for après-skiChervo started out as a ski-wear brand 40 years ago and has an array of luxurious styles for everyone. Made with the finest materials available in Italy, Chervo has a whole section dedicated to après-ski, including vests, knitwear, jackets, and socks.

Their Happy Goose down-free alternative material, for example, is featured in their men’s and women’s parkas for ultimate warmth.


Fieldsheer-Mobile-Warming-Heated-Gear-Mens-Pinnacle-Heated-Parka-Womens-Pinnacle-Heated Parka Unisex-Slopestyle Heated Glove
Credit: Fieldsheer

Keep warm on the slopes with products by USA based company, Fieldsheer. Fieldsheer has some great ski gear in their Mobile Warming line, including stylish heated jackets, vests, gloves, even socks.

Fieldsheer Unisex Peak Vest Unisex Blizzard Gloves
Credit: Fieldsheer

Each is Bluetooth-based and are controlled through a specialized app downloaded to your Smartphone. There are four different heat settings so as you get warmer (or colder), you can find the heat setting that’s best for you.


hi-tec altitude womens shoes
Credit: Hi-Tec

Known for their hiking and trail boots, Hi-Tec offers a wide range rugged, durable apparel and footwear for inspired by the real outdoor experience. Their Hi-Tec Trencher Hiking boots, for example, are waterproof and crafted from genuine leather. These boots are perfect for keeping your feet warm and comfortable in between skiing or snowboarding sessions.

These hiking boots by Hi-Tec are available in medium and extra wide widths.


HÜGA ski butt map
Credit: Hüga

Hüga has your butt covered this ski and winter season. What’s worse than having a cold butt in between trips down the mountain? Hüga is durable, portable, water-resistant, easy to sanitize after every use, and rechargeable.

The removable battery slips into the side pouch, powers up through a USB port, and provides hours of steady heat. There are temperature settings that allow users to get in their comfort zone at the push of a button.

Jack Wolfskin

Jack Wolfskin alpine jacket ski
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Jack Wolfskin has a wide range of high-quality, sustainable and performance-based ski gear built to keep you outside on the slopes looking and feeling comfortable. Perfect for skiing is their Alpspitze Collection, Jack Wolfskin’s premier ski line for this upcoming season. Featured pieces include the Alpspitze Wool Baselayers and Alpspitze 3L Pants.

Pictured above is the new Alpspitze Down Hoody, which will be available in the USA soon. Jack Wolfskin has partnered with Allied Feather to create ExpeDry down, a 100% hydrophobic down technology utilizing nanoparticles of gold taken from recycled electronics to expel water. Traditionally, down is treated with chemicals to expel water, but Jack Wolfskin has manufactured this innovative, unique way to keep the jacket both warm and sustainable. The exterior is TexaShield Pro, a 100% windproof outer fabric that eliminates windchill from down. This 800-fill down jacket keeps you warm and insulated, even in damp conditions. The zig-zagged baffles also keep the down material from falling out of place during wear and washing.

Outback NO. 12 | Bode Miller


Outback No 12 in White and Blue Orange checkers
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The Outback No. 12 Ski Goggle, born from a collaboration with the legendary Bode Miller, combines performance and style with its checkered strap design and Blue Water photochromic lenses. The lenses adapt to changing light conditions for crystal clear optics in any alpine condition.

For those looking for a goggle with a smaller fit, this is a great option that’s Bode Miller tested and approved. Available in three colorways: black frame with white/black checkers, white frame with orange/blue checkers, and a black frame with red checkers. The goggles feature FLOWPRO Anti-fog Technology and an adjustable strap with anti-slip silicone beads.

Salve Set

Herd Supply Co.

Herd Supply Co
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Perfect for ski season, the new Salve Set is an excellent addition to anyone’s travel bag. It’s an innovative plastic-free moisturizer that is good for lips, hair tips, cuts, and scrapes. The Salve Set includes their Lanolin Salve and Cure All Salve. As a nod to sustainability, the salves are packaged in recyclable cardboard packaging.

Ski Jewelry Collection

Chelsea Charles

Chelsea Charles Gold-Ski Necklace Horizontal
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Perfect for wearing on the slopes or après-ski with a cozy sweater, Chelsea Charles boasts a beautiful, minimalist, and timeless ski jewelry collection. Pieces include charm necklaces (pictured above), earrings, and gift sets. Available in silver, gold, and rose gold.

Chelsea Charles Jewelry is proud to make an annual donation to the Women’s Sports Foundation to help fund its mission to enable girls and women to reach their potential in sport and life.

Additional Resources

  • Looking for new ski resort options for your family? Check out our curated list here.
  • Visiting Val Thorens in Geneva, Switzerland? Make your trip seamless with a Geneva to Val Thorens Transfer.

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