Apparel to Wear in Any Season

Besides the few awesome backcountry ski trips you may still have on the horizon, winter, for the most part, is over. It’s time to stash away the heavy duty winter jackets and snow pants and bring out the spring and summer layers. Many winter layers can actually still be used for summer mountain adventures. Despite the deep snow being gone, there are still chilly days and the nighttime temperatures can dip pretty low. Here are a few suggestions on items that will give you more bang for your buck by using them for multiple seasons.

Patagonia Ahnya Pants

Patagonia Ayhna Pant

These fleece pants are great for lounging around the house on a cold day. Maybe you need to make a quick trip to the post office? Throw the Ahnya Pants on for a warm, commute. In the summer, they’re perfect for camping and sitting around the fire. Warm and comfortable, you’ll feel like you’re lounging in your own living room.

The North Face Apex Bionic Jacket

TNF Apex Bionic Jacket

This versatile jacket can be worn any time of year. It provides superior wind protection which is great for a spring hike but with its light fleece lining can also be used as a shell for a warm day on the ski slopes.

Obermeyer Chalet Knit Cardigan

Obermeyer Chalet Knit Cardigan

This soft, classy sweater zips up for easy on and off. You can layer it under your winter jacket for extra warmth or wear it on a chilly fall day around town. With 50% Merino wool, it helps wick moisture from your body to ensure you stay warm.

Spyder Melody Full Zip Mid Weight Stryke Vest
Spyder Melody Full zip

Vests are the perfect go to for mid layer warmth on a cold day. Whether it’s an epic powder day on the hill or just a morning hike, vests are simple layers to use for warmth and comfort. This vest has a water repellent coating and zippered pockets to help you out on any adventure.

Patagonia Windshield Gloves

Patagonia Wind Shield Gloves

These gloves are perfect for activities such as trail running or cross country skiing. They have strategically placed breathable panels to help excess heat and moisture escape while still providing warmth and protection.

Just because the snow is fading, take a quick look at your inventory before you decide to put EVERYTHING from winter away.

Bailey Valian

Bailey was born and raised in a small Colorado mountain town called Crested Butte. This is where her love for the outdoors started. She has now found herself in Denver, CO where the mountains aren't too far away. When she's not hiking, camping or skiing in the mountains she enjoys traveling, volunteering, going to sporting events (Go Broncos and Avs!) and making friends with any animal she meets.

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