Ski season is in full swing, and in many resorts, black slopes are not just an active pursuit but a veritable catwalk. With technical fabrics, fleeces, and goggles the de rigueur of the fashion world now more than ever, there’s only one real destination to get every component of your ski wardrobe in the bag – MATCHESFASHION.com.
The luxury fashion e-commerce giant has been sending people down the slopes in style since the very start of the season, championing activewear brands such as and Wander, 100% Eyewear, Snow Peak, and many more. With everything from backpacks, helmets, and sunglasses to weather-proof trousers and padded jackets, here you’ll find everything you need to look good on and off the piste.
What’s more, as we move further into the season, MATCHESFASHION has now launched big discounts on some of its most coveted ski brands, including many of those in our selection below. Scroll on to check out our highlights for your next snowy pursuit, and click through via the button at the end to shop the full ski edit.
Goggles have emerged as a massive eyewear trend in urban landscapes as well as on the slopes. This huge pair by Zeal Optics has a dark grey lens to combat even the brightest of mountain peaks, and come with an additional mirrored lens for visibility at night or in more blizzardy conditions.
Japanese label Snow Peak is well-versed in all conditions apparel that fuse innovation with functionality and high quality. This brown gilet is an essential layering piece for your ski trip that boasts a super soft feel with a classic outdoors aesthetic.
We’ve had eyes on 100% for a hot minute thanks to their mega on-trend, Oakley-esque frames. The Italy-made, shatterproof cycling frames improve peripheral vision and will be a total vibe with your cold weather ’fits when you return from your trip.
Another highlight from Japanese expeditionists and Wander; this wind-proof wool-blend fleece is an on-trend cozy wardrobe addition with some real technical extras. Its wind-resistant internal panels and reflective trim are particularly primed for snowcapped hills.
What kind of ski essentials round-up would this be without a touch of Gore-Tex. These black ski pants from Czech family-owned activewear label Tilak are made by local seamstresses in Sumperk, Northern Moravia, and boast all the cold-weather insulation and breathability that we love about the technical fabric.
and Wander is a brand born out of the thrill of the mountains, specializing in high-performance wear that blends comfort and functionality using the highest grade technical fabrics such as Polartec and Primaloft. This khaki-green nylon backpack is lightweight, water-resistant, and easily adjustable to its wearer’s needs.
If you’re not about that helmet rental life, Perfect Moment is a ski brand with a distinctive identity, founded by extreme sports filmmaker and pro skier Thierry Donard. This helmet is crafted from a double anti-penetration shell with a faux-shearling lining for extra coziness.
Made from recycled technical polyester, this ski jacket from Peak Performance prevents interior condensation build-up for maximum comfort as you zig-zag down the steepest of runs. It’s also slim-line, lightweight, and super functional with its seven pockets.
Add a pop of color to your ski fits care of Capranea. The Swiss brand’s neon orange ski trousers look just like the nylon Prada track pants MATCHESFASHION launched exclusively last year – just with a technically accomplished design that won’t have you terrified to weat them as you take a tumble in the snow.
Not just any shell jacket. South Korean label BlackYak‘s Malvi outerwear is windproof, waterproof, and durable – tried and tested at Tibetan altitudes of 5,000 meters. This is a brand beloved by prolific high-altitude climbers, with sleek, minimal designs that gain it massive style appeal too.
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