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Cold Weather Gear for Kids

Colorado-made gear that will keep kids toasty (from head to toe) both on and off the slopes.

Vail-based Skipper & Scout, who recently opened a Denver store in Cherry Creek North, stocks trendy apparel and accessories for kids, including cold-weather gear from Colorado brands such as Cirque—a Vail company specializing in backcountry-inspired apparel. Mountain and city dwelling kiddos can keep their noggins warm all winter long with these stylish pom beanies. Available at both locations, $28. 

A good base layer is essential on chilly winter days in the high country. Aspen-based ski brand Obermeyer offers base layers for toddlers to teens, ranging from cozy cotton sets to moisture-wicking fleece performance styles. OberUndies set, $50.

As the official apparel sponsor for the U.S. Ski Team, Spyder is known for designing high-performance ski gear for every age and ability—from the world’s top athletes to the novice skier. Hailing from Boulder, Spyder ski jackets and gloves are built to withstand Colorado’s toughest winter conditions. Leader Jacket, $200; Color Over Web Glove, $45. Available at Christy Sports locations and

Born in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado parents trust Smartwool merino wool socks to keep little feet warm, dry, and comfortable on snowy days—whether they’re enjoying a full day on the hill or making snow angels in the backyard. Ski Racer and Wintersport Fairisle socks, $16. Available at Christy Sports locations and

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