Love it or hate it, winter is upon us. Even GUYs who live in perpetually warm, sunny climates (we're looking at you, Arizonans and Southern Californians) need men’s winter wear. It’s smart to have some good-quality snow gear for men on hand, whether it’s an entire shelf’s worth or just a single pair of guys winter boots. You never know when you may get a spontaneous weekend invitation to the mountains.
Whether you're interested in adding to your prized collection of men's winter gear or you don't even own a proper coat, here's our collection of the best winter products for men.
There's nothing better than hot coffee or cocoa on a cold day. Keep your favorite beverage hot in a Yeti tumbler. These Ramblers come standard with the YETI lid
A good ski jacket should be at the core of every men’s winter wear collection. This one is water and wind-proof.
This Waterproof Ski jacket is made from 75D*150D Polyester, which is waterproof and stain repellent.
A quality pair of gloves always comes in handy. Whether you’re a GUY who works outside, regularly hits the slopes, or just lives where temperatures regularly dip below freezing, waterproof gloves should be in your arsenal of men’s winter gear.
Carhartt hit it out of the park with this one! They have sold so many of these stylish, comfortable, warm winter hats. We own multiple.
Danner boots are widely known as quality, durable Gore-Tex winter boots. They're great in snow and rain because they're waterproof.
Why we like them:
If you're wondering why these are here, two words "Merino Wool" if that doesn't mean anything to you then buy these and you'll understand. Merino wool somehow (and i'm not a fabric guy) manages to be SUPER SOFT and keep all the warm-no-matter-what properties of wool without the itchy scratchy course nastiness of normal wool. These guys were smart enough to put a mix of some other things in too that make it breathable, strechy and all that stuff you need in a durable outdoor winter sock without sacrificing the benefit of a wool sock. LOVE UM!
As you’re piecing together your GUYs winter outfits, snow pants should be near the top of your list. These Arctix men’s pants are lightweight, but extremely durable and warm. 600D nylon reinforcements at the ankles keep snow out and stand up to wear and tear from winter sports.
Build the perfect snowballs quickly. You know how important it is to keep up with the competition. Stamp them out so quick they won't know what happened!
Keep warm this winter with a portable, electric space heater. Heat a small space to warm up and knock off the chill.
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Polymer axes are so much better than wooden ones. You can split wood for hours. Most axes are heavy, don't hold an edge and are very bulky. You can swing a Fiskars over and over. It's light, sturdy, and holds an edge.
A good splitting axe is a must in any men’s winter gear toolbox. Okay, maybe not any men’s, but definitely those GUYs who chop their own firewood or like to camp and hunt.
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Every year like clockwork the snow falls and the blowers come out. Stay on top of the task with your Husqvarna snow blower.
Get one with a large enough motor and front end. It has to be 2-stage and electric start or your job can be a night mare.
This is Amazon's top ranked Balaclava for a reason. It provides great insulation and a waterproof skin with a balance of breathabilty that doesn't fog up my eyewear.
What We Love:
The winter blues are very real, but you can make the season a lot more bearable with proper men's winter wear and gear. A good pair of guys winter boots won’t make winter any shorter, but they will make it more comfortable.
One final note on our guide to snow gear for men: This is one of those categories where you usually get what you pay for. When it comes to keeping yourself warm and dry, spend a little more for better-quality gear. Stay safe this season, and be sure to check out our other buying guides on the best products for men.
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