Stormy days tend to be the most memorable, both because the weather's gnarly and riding's all time, but you'll remember them for all the wrong reasons if your gear's not up to snuff. The Coldgear Infrared Hacker Men's Insulated Jacket is one of the snuffiest jackets you'll find, with a 10K waterproof and breathable membrane to keep you dry, fully taped seams to seal up the tiniest gaps, and a UA Storm DWR coating to keep soggy snow from seeping into the burly polyester fabric. It's not a one dimensional piece of raingear, though. UA decked it out to be ready for the chilly slopes, and started by giving it strategically located PrimaLoft Black insulation, which provides serious warmth around your core and lighter, more mobile insulation at the arms so you can shred all day without feeling like a marshmallow man. If you get sweaty, undo the underarm vents to dump some heat, unsnap the powder skirt to let some of that champagne pow fly down into your long johns, or take off the thumbhole cuffs so cold air comes rushing up your sleeves.