Slope Star: The Coolest Snowboard Gear To Keep You Shredding In Style

You live to shred the slopes. You're not afraid to bomb down the highest hills. While the rest of us gripe about winter, you dream of mountains full of powdery, sparkling snow. You're a rad, snowboard Betty we secretly wish we were — but even a devil-may-care babe wants to look good while she rides! As any rider can tell you, it's tough to find gear that's fashionable in a sea of dreary function.
My slope-bound sisters, we're here to help. We've found you the coolest snowboarding gear around, from parkas and pants to gloves and goggles (we even threw in a sweet, superlight new board in case yours is all ollie'd out).
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This gear will keep the wind out, warmth in, and keep you dry and cozy — whether you're sitting on the lift or carving up the double diamond. Read on and shred in style.
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Burton Feelgood Snowboard, $529.95, available at Burton.
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Canada Goose Aviator Hat, $225, available at Altrec.
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Yves Salomon Racoon & Rabbit Parka, $2,170, available at Opening Ceremony.
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Neff Purple Pipe Snowboard Gloves, $30, available at Zumiez.
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Anonymous Ism Fair Isle Socks, $28, available at J.Crew.
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Salomon Linea Womens Snowboard Boots, $130, available at Skis.com.
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Smith Phase Snow Goggle, $78, available at ALS Sports.
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A.P.C. Bonnet Pompon, $53, available at A.P.C.
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Athleta Double Diamond Sweater, $128, available at Athleta.
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Frauenschuh Christi Stripe Ski Pant, $898, available at Gorsuch.
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Patagonia Capilene 2 Lightweight Bottoms, $45, available at Patagonia.
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Lauren Ralph Lauren Shearling-Trim Cashmere Earmuffs, $34, available at Macy's.
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