The Best (and most outrageous) Base Layer for Winter.
Wearing the wrong ski base layer in the height of ski season is like accidentally doing the french fry when you meant to do the pizza. Chances are, you’re gonna have a bad time. Leave those kinds of rookie mistakes to the actual rookies, and dress yourself like a damn pro in the best winter base layer to keep you warm all day long, no matter how many times you wipe out. And let’s be honest, that’s a lot. But you‘re not really looking for a ski base layer, you say? In the market for more of a snowboard base layer? Well, let me help you out with a little pro tip, Jerry. They’re all the same. Whether you end up in a men’s ski base layer, a women’s snowboard base layer, or a gender-neutral winter base layer turtleneck, they’ve all got one job: keeping the cold out and your booty warm. But these babies are multi-talented, and they don’t stop at just keeping you warm. They’re covered in the wildest, most outrageous and eye-catching patterns on the whole mountain. That way, you can show off your ski or snowboarding skills on the slopes and your fashion skillz (yes, that’s with a z) in the lodge.
You'll never be Warmer on the Slopes than when you're wearing a Winter Base Layer.
Listen, it’s not that we think you can’t choose the best ski base layer on your own. The truth is, we know you can’t. Without our expert guidance, you might end up in some cringeworthy JC Penny impression of a winter base layer, and by the time you enjoy your tenth free mouthful of snow, that janky thrift store excuse for an undergarment is going to be about as useful to your cause as a magic bullet with a dead battery. Plus, you know what they say: if you’re not falling, you’re not learning. But if you are falling, you’re probably also freezing. So wear one of these men’s and women’s snowboard base layers instead, and stay warm out there.