29 November 2018
Ski season is upon us, so we’ve rounded up our top winter wear to keep you warm yet stylish on the slopes with attire and accessories to suit all budgets.
Premium goggles: Anon M2 Polarised goggles, Alpine Trek, £207.86
These super-chic blacked-out ski goggles are perfect for reducing glare on the slopes and the full perimeter channel allows maximum airflow, keeping the lenses fog-free
Budget goggles: Cébé Fanatic, OutdoorGB, £29.06
These goggles allow a view without distortion due to their cylindrical lens and come with anti-fog technology and comfortable non-slip headband.
Premium gloves: Montana Gore-Tex ® glove, The North Face, £75
Designed to retain heat and preserve dryness, these ski gloves are functional and fashionable at the same time. They’re touchscreen compatible too so you don’t need to take them off to use your phone or tablet.
Budget gloves: Black Ski Gloves, H&M, £9.99
These ski gloves are made from a water-repellent functional fabric and Thinsulate lining to keep your hands super snug. There’s a handy zipped pocket on the front too so you can stash some extra change for a hot chocolate on the piste.
Premium ski wear: Goldbergh Phoenix One Piece Grappa Ski Suit, Winternational, £540.00
This gorgeous wine coloured all in one ski suit is cut to flatter your shape whilst keeping you warm and cosy. There’s plenty of hidden pockets including one for your ski pass and the fabric is water and wind resistant.
Budget ski wear: SNO Colour Block Hooded Snow Suit, Topshop, £165.00
Topshop have brought out a fantastic range of ski wear this season, and we love this streamlined all in one that won’t break the bank. It comes with a convenient detachable hood and the fabric is super stretchy to create the perfect silhouette.
Premium ski accessories: Fendi Jersey Headband, Net-A-Porter, £320
Stay bang on trend this season with this chic headband emblazoned with the iconic Fendi hallmark, it’s stretchy enough to cover your ears keeping you warm on the slopes.
Budget ski accessories: Barts Faux Fur Headband, John Lewis, £22.99
This plush headwear is super cosy and delivers the perfect finishing touch to any ski outfit.
Luxury goggles: POC 40700 Orb Clarity UranBlack, £227
Contemporary frames and comfortable to wear, the Orb Clarity goggles are perfect for reducing glare on the slopes and won’t fog up on you.
Budget goggles: Ski Goggle PRO, Outdoor Master, £38.99
With a frameless design and interchangeable lens system, these functional goggles add a contemporary touch to your ski wear. They’re universally compatible with any helmet, too and can be worn over glasses.
Luxury gloves: Leki Men’s Prospect Glove, Snow+Rock, £99.95
These high-performance ski gloves come with Primaloft insulation for particularly cold days. The technology offers optimum climatic comfort and the wet and wind are kept out, keeping your hands warm and dry.
Budget gloves: Marker Snow King Ski Gloves, Sports Direct, £20.00
Made with Tecfill insulation technology, these gloves will keep you warm in cold conditions, whilst the rubber palm helps enhance your grip.
Luxury ski wear: FJALLRAVEN Men's Skogsö Padded Jacket, £330 and Burton Me’s [ak] 2L Cyclic Gore-Tex Trousers, Snow+Rock ,£260
The Men's Skogsö Padded Jacket from Fjällräven is hardwearing and cosy, perfect for winter outings. Pair with Burton [ak] 2L Cyclic ski trousers for functional ski wear that looks great at the same time.
Budget ski wear: Oakley Division BioZone™ Insulated Jacket, £95 and Oakley Moonshine BioZone Insulated Snowboard/Ski Pants, Oakley, £53
Stay warm and dry in this insulated ski and snowboard combo wear, with breathable technology which also keeps you protected from the snow and rain. The jacket also comes with a helmet compatible hood.
Luxury ski accessories: Scarf, Moncler, £285
Made from insulating virgin wool this iconic scarf will keep you warm and on-trend on the slopes.
Budget ski accessories: Nike Squad Snood, Nike, £16.99
This practical neck warmer fully wraps around for maximum insulation and comes with a mesh mouth panel to allow breathability whilst keeping warm.
Luxury goggles: Bolle Royal Kids Ski & Snowboard Goggles, OutdoorGB, £55
Make a statement with these crystal-cut small-fit goggles that wrap around for maximum comfort. The glass is anti-scratch too so will survive and knocks or bumps.
Budget goggles: Jerry Goggles, Cebe, £13.99
These comfortable goggles curve around the face to offer a lower profile and come in extra-small fit. The frosty design is super cute too.
Luxury gloves: Hestra C-Zone Jr 3-Fingered Kids Ski Gloves, £39.95
The three-finger design of these gloves means that little hands get the warmth of a mitten with the dexterity of normal gloves. There are cuffs to keep them together too so no chance of losing them.
Budget gloves: Campri Ski Gloves Juniors, Sports Direct, £5.99
Lightweight and padded to keep hands super warm, these gloves come with a pairing club and elasticated wrist cuffs for ultimate comfort.
Luxury ski wear: Stella McCartney Ice Ski Jacket, £240.00 and Stella McCartney Powder Ski Pants, £179, both Harrods
The polar fleece lining of this trendy jacket ensures little ones stay toasty on the slopes, while the trousers come with braces, ensuring maximum comfort at all times on the slopes.
Budget ski wear: Wed’ze Ski-P Combo 500 PNF, Decathlon, £49.99
An all-in-one comprising of a waterproof jacket with trousers and mittens, this easy-to-wear piece also has adjustable leg length.
Luxury ski accessories: Pom Pom Beanie, Moncler, £112
Made from Italian wool and stamped with the Moncler hallmark, this extra cosy headwear is sure to make a statement on the slopes.
Budget ski accessories: Luminosity Bobble Hat, Regatta, £12
At £100 less than the luxury offering, this bobble hat is still as stylish and you won’t have to worry too much about losing it down one of the runs.
Why not kit yourself out in some of this gorgeous attire and hit the slopes? Get in touch with your Travel Counsellor to book your ski escape.