You May Be Way Underdressed on the Slopes in 2018
With the noticeable uptick in the luxury ski apparel market, insanely expensive heritage pieces and Aspen-only outfits are becoming more and more ubiquitous. Normally, we’d say stick with GoreTex and seam-sealed zippers. However, if you consider yourself a sucker for selvage denim and vintage Rolexes, Alps and Meters should be on your radar. Started by a Puma defector in 2014 and launched this year, the aesthetic is Chamonix circa 1930. The fabrics are all-natural and hard wearing, and the cut is Saville Row. The waxed canvas Alpine Anorak ($695), while a bit heavy, is as well-built and bulletproof as any techy hard shell, and the Shawl Collar Jacket ($1,095) can be worn on black diamonds or at an Aspen VIP farm-to-table craft cocktail after-after-party.
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