Gear Roundup: Fall fashion meets function

With the cooler weather here to stay and resorts starting to open, it’s time to start thinking about layering pieces you can wear on and off the snow. But winter isn’t here yet; your skatepark is probably still dry and your bike is still a means of viable transportation. Despite the fact that hanging a few inches of a cotton t-shirt out of the bottom of your jacket managed to become a trend in snowboarding, many of us like to stay dry while we’re riding.

If you’re one of these people and want something you can wear out on the town, you might want to check out some pieces with a little more tech and a little more style than that beat cotton hoodie you’ve been wearing everyday. Here are our picks for some tech layering pieces that will work for Fall, Winter, Spring and cool Summer nights.

Bonfire Madras Jacket – $109

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The North Face Cymbiant Hoodie – $160

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The North Face Women’s Cymbiant Hoodie – $160

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Holden Layering Fleece – $100

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Patagonia Better Jacket – $179

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Airblaster Snap Tech Hoodie – $79

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Nike Acrop Hoodie – $149

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Quiksilver Dock Riding Shirt – $120

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Volcom Nashville Flannel – $89

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Burton Women’s Pick Up Fleece – $119.95

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Burton Sluff Fleece – $99

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Ride Women’s Shacket – $99.95

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