Get ready for the cold weather with snow clothes for men who aren't staying inside this winter.
Men's ski and snowboard gear for snowsports lovers
Make the mountain slopes accessible with ski clothes for men who love snowsports. Keep an eye out for features on our down jackets and other gear that will make life much more comfortable for skiers and snowboarders. Our men's ski jackets and snowboard jackets have a powder skirt to keep snow from spraying up your back while you practice your new tricks. Gaiters on the bottom of our ski pants and snowboard pants also protect from snow spray and keep cold from blowing up your legs, without interfering with the binding on your boots. Our trending snow ski jackets and snowboard jackets have helmet-compatible hoods so you don't have to sacrifice warmth for safety. Round out your snowsports gear with ski gloves and socks to protect your hands and feet. Plus, our men's ski clothing is made backcountry tough, so you can take the trail less traveled by without worry. Pack for a long day out with our snow backpacks, perfect for keeping all your gear on hand and easily accessible on a black diamond trail.
Stay warm with base layers to outerwear from The North Face
Build your own snowsuit, with everything from base layers to outer shell jackets in windproof and water-resistant or waterproof styles. With sizes up to XXL for extra layering room, you'll have plenty of space to pull on a softshell hoodie or unisex sweatshirt. For your outer layer, our insulated jackets are made with winter in mind. PrimaLoft® insulation is the ultimate in lightweight insulation, perfect for long-range backpackers. Or you can choose ThermoBall™ style insulation, which keeps you warm even when damp, so you can strike the perfect balance between breathable fabric and protection from the elements. On a long winter hike, pit zips let you vent heat as necessary, so you don't start to sweat too much and get chilled. Finish your outfit with cold-weather accessories like a balaclava or a beanie for extra warmth.
What are some different types of snow clothes for men?
Base layers like long sleeve t-shirts and leggings or tights to go under your overall snow bib pants are a must-have for seriously cold weather. Next, you can pull on mid-layers like a pullover sweater or a fleece vest for extra warmth. On top, you should be reaching for water-repellent snow gear like men's snow pants and snow jackets. And don't forget to finish your look with winter accessories: beanies, gloves/mittens, and Merino wool socks go a long way to keep you comfy in the cold.