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Heat Up Your Winter with This Cold-Weather Gear
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The temperatures are already dropping, but you still have time to buy a warm jacket and weather-appropriate boots. If you’re already equipped with the right gear, we’ll teach you how to truly winterize it so you can stay one step ahead of Mother Nature in the cold months ahead.
Before you go out to drop your hard-earned paycheck on your future go-to winter jacket, brush up on your outerwear knowledge.
You can make it through winter without having to buy a new pair of shoes. With the right preparation and maintenance, your existing shoe collection can be winterized.
These top picks for lightweight, innovative down jackets will keep you warm from when the leaves fly until the snow melts next spring.
If you're lucky enough to own one, you need to know how to re-wax it properly — instead of just buying a new one.
New York-based streetwear brand Aime Leon Dore teamed up with America's oldest producer of outdoor clothing for a 70s-inspired collection filled with down, flannel, moleskin and merino wool.
The designer who helped design the Apple Watch just tried his hand at making a pair of boots.
Rocky Mountain Featherbed and shearling-lined bootmakers Ugg collaborated on a boot that's half- shearling, half-down, and all heat.