Marmot Free Skier Jacket – Women’s
Marmot Free Skier Jacket – Women’s

Some people think that skiing is liberation of the soul. If so, the Marmot Women’s Free Skier Jacket is your ticket to ride, with bomber weather protection that will shed water and fight wind and cozy insulation that will keep you warm. A plethora of smartly placed pockets and all the essentials…

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Marmot Frosty Beanie – Women’s
Marmot Frosty Beanie – Women’s

When you aren’t wearing the incredibly comfortable Marmot Frosty Beanie, you may want it to double as your pillow. A fluffy pom adds a splash of winter fun to this warm and itch-free beanie for all your snowman-building, hot chocolate-sipping fun.

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Marmot Kelly Hat – Women’s
Marmot Kelly Hat – Women’s

The Marmot Kelly Women’s Hat is lined with soft, warm Sherpa fleece to keep your brain running smoothly all winter long.

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Marmot Mariyn Hat – Women’s
Marmot Mariyn Hat – Women’s

Keep your nugget warm without sacrificing your keen sense of style in the Marmot Women’s Mariyn Hat. The microfleece lining inside this acrylic beanie keeps your ears roasty toasty, and the multi-color pom looks great on the slopes, in the lodge, on the ice rink, or at the sledding hill.

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Marmot Skyline Insulated Pant – Women’s
Marmot Skyline Insulated Pant – Women’s

Snow falling out of the sky when you’re on the slopes is generally a good thing, except perhaps when it’s time to sit down on a wet chairlift seat or continually brush the accumulation off your pants on the ride up the hill. If you should ever face this good-news, bad-news situation, count on the…

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Marmot Spire Pant – Women’s
Marmot Spire Pant – Women’s

You have powder-specific boards, but what about your pants’ The Marmot Women’s Spire Pant was made for ripping through deep stuff; its Gore-Tex 2L shell offers full waterproof protection from deep snow, but also allows water vapor to escape which is key–you’re likely to be working up a sweat…

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Marmot Storm Queen Pant – Women’s
Marmot Storm Queen Pant – Women’s

Rule your winter kingdom in the Marmot Women’s Storm Queen softshell pants. They’ve been tested by guides and come out with three thumbs up, so you can be confident that your legs will be dry and comfortable whether you’re spinning lift laps, skiing backcountry lines, or hitching cat rides to the…

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Marmot Tina Jacket – Women’s
Marmot Tina Jacket – Women’s

The Marmot Women’s Tina Jacket is unique from its textured fabric to its sophisticated weather-shielding design. The solid two-layer construction is made from durable MemBrain with fully taped seams. This means that you stay comfortable all day at the resort, even if it’s windy or snowy. Toasty…

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Mountain Hardwear Back For More Jacket – Women’s
Mountain Hardwear Back For More Jacket – Women’s

One run of perfect blower won’t sate your appetite for deep snow (and neither will two, three, or four), so it’s time to throw on the Mountain Hardwear Back For More Women’s Jacket and milk the pow cow until she runs dry. The Back For More’s low-key look is understated enough that it almost looks…

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Mountain Hardwear Barnsie Jacket – Women’s
Mountain Hardwear Barnsie Jacket – Women’s

Ski all over the mountain in style with the Women’s Barnsie Jacket by Mountain Hardwear. Its Dry. Q Core shell provides reliable waterproof, breathable protection, and Thermal. Q Elite feels like lightweight and lofty down even though it’s a protective synthetic insulation. Mountain Hardwear…

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Mountain Hardwear Returnia Insulated Pant – Women’s
Mountain Hardwear Returnia Insulated Pant – Women’s

Greet the start of the ski season with the Women’s Returnia Insulated Pant by Mountain Hardwear. Its fully taped Dry. Q shell provides reliable waterproofing that stays breathable for hardworking skiers, and Thermal. Q Elite insulation mimics the lightweight loftiness of down even though it’s a…

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