From Mittens to Snow Boots, These Are the Must-Have Luxe Winter Accessories for the Whole Family 

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Each week, our editors share their favorite products under a new, seasonally inspired theme. This week it’s all about preparing for winter with the best products on the market for every snow lover.

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Ski season is officially here and if you’re planning to hit the slopes you’ll want to stay warm both on and off the mountain. Whether you’re looking for technical, weather-proof, or plush-knit gear, we’ve sorted through the chicest accessories for everyone in your brood to buy this season.


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Likely one of the most overlooked accessories, goggles not only prevent glare, but they protect your eyes and the delicate skin around them from the elements and sunburn—a very real thing because UV exposure increases at higher altitudes. Goggles also won’t fall off your face the way sunglasses can if you fall or allow snow or rain to blind your vision if the weather suddenly turns.

Smith Daredevil Goggles, $35,

Chloe x Dragon Cassidy Ski Goggles, $445,

Oakley Airbrak XL Snow Goggles, $270, oakley.ccom


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Just like wearing a helmet when riding a bike, it’s a great idea to protect your head while skiing or snowboarding to avoid injury. Plus, there’s the added bonus of keeping warm as most winter sport helmets are softly padded. Whether you’re a ski or snowboard novice, or a well-seasoned shredder, these helmets will keep you safe and looking good.

Kids’ Anon Define Helmet, $140,

Kask Shadow Ski Helmet, $499,

Bogner Fire+Ice Ski Helmet, $260,

Related: 10 Luxury Ski Resorts Worth Visiting for the Après Ski Alone


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When you’re not heading down the mountain, stay toasty après ski in a knit hat. Whether you’re in the market for a beanie or a more substantial winter hat, the good news is that there are a plethora of incredibly cool styles that are sure to keep you warm—why not stock up on a few?

Perfect Moment Beanie, $90,

Eugina Kim Owen Faux Fur Hat, $345,

Dries Van Noten Filman Faux Fur Trapper Hat, $640,

Marni Ribs Gauge 5 Beanie, $250,

Lele Sadoughi Pearl Cluster Beanie, $150,

Balenciaga Intarsia Wool-Blend Beanie, $270,

Acne Pansy GD Face Ribbed Wool Beanie, $150, 

Moncler Kids’ Colorblock Logo Text Beanie, $160,

Maisonette Art Pony Hat, $72,

Gloves & Mittens

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The first place you usually feel the freeze is in your extremities. Keep the feeling in your fingers with these on- and off-the-slope pairs.

Bogner Fire+Ice Ilona Gloves, $180,

Isabel Marant Chiraz Cashmere Mittens, $215,

Polo Ralph Lauren Outdoor Sherpa Touch Gloves, $69, 

Outdoor Research Super Couloir Sensor Glove, $160,

Canada Goose Arctic Down Mitten for Kids, $95,

Kids’ Mountain Classic Fleece Gloves, $17,

Snow Boots

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Perhaps one of the most important accessories of your ski or snowboard getup—your boots—you’ll want to ensure a proper fit and make sure they don’t rub in the wrong places or cut off circulation. 

Rossignol Pure Pro Heat Ski Boots, $600,

Nitro Bianca TLS Snowboard Boot, $430,

Men’s Burton SLX Snowboard Boot, $610,

Salomon S/Max 130 Ski Boot, $750, 

Kids’ K2 Vandal Snowboard Boot, $160,

Kids’ Dalbello Gaia 4 Ski Boot, $200,

Related: Where to Have a Luxe Family Vacation This Winter


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A stylish and insulated ski jacket is your ticket to staying warm and noticeable while heading down the mountain, but also works for any après-ski activity. Opt for one that offers several zippered or waterproof compartments for things like your cell phone, lip balm, and money.

Ienki Ienki Sheena Ski Jacket, $1,510,

Moncler Grenoble Ski Jacket, $1,215,

The North Face Youth Freestyle Insulated Jacket, $150,