Revelstoke style at its peak

See for yourself how fashion & function mix in this year’s winter collection

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Old School Earthy tones never go out of style. Neither does trekking an earthy moss field to get to the good ol’ fashion pow. Even better if you can dig up an old school freeride board to go with the jaunt. Dakine Dexter Novelty Fleece, Dakine Artillery Pant, Dakine Cutter. Beanie, Jones Mountain Surfer. Photo: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

This article first appeared in print in the December 2018 issue of Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine.

Who says fashion and function can’t mix? Revelstokians are no amateurs when it comes to their winter gear, from Gore-Tex everything to the perfect base layer to the most long-lasting garments achievable. Thankfully Revelstoke’s flagship gear store, R Gear, feels the same. With the grand opening of the new store having just happened, RMR’s retail scene has stepped up its game—and they’re excited to showcase what’s in store.

PHOTOS Katie Langmuir
MODELS Alexe Patenaude, Olivier Ouellet
STYLING Catherine Marleau
WARDROBE / GEAR R Gear, Critical Parts
WORDS Amaris Bourdeau

Tree Tap:
No need to worry about going unseen in the woods with this full Dakine getup that’s sure to turn heads. And if the sweet colours aren’t enough, the must-have Gore-Tex will win you over. Plus, this sweet bib happens to zip up at the front for ultra comfort. Dakine Sawtooth Gore-Tex 3L Jacket, Dakine Stoker Gore-Tex 3L Bib, Dakine Excursion Gore-Tex Mitt, Dakine Hunter Balaclava, Dakine Sunrise Ball Cap, Salomon Sickstick Snowboard Photo: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Olivier: Dakine Dexter Novelty Fleece, Dakine Cutter Beanie. Photo: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Face Shots: All we’re asking this winter is for powder on powder. Bonus points if you can find the perfect purple and teal go-to ensemble to bring along for the ride. Luckily R Gear has got you covered regardless of the combo you’re after. Dakine Remington Pure Gore-Tex 2L Jacket, Dakine Team Fleetwood Mitt, Airhole Airtube Ergo Neck Warmer, Coal The Frena Beanie, Smith I/O Ski Goggles, Salomon Pillow Talk Snowboard Photo: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Après Ski: As if a pow day at RMR isn’t enough on its own, we happen to be lucky enough to have heaps of good spots for an après ski treat. Make sure you’re ready to see and be seen with some layers that are as good on the hill as they are at the bar. Olivier: Arc’teryx Bernal Shirt LS, Arc’teryx Covert Cardigan, Arc’teryx Cerium LT Vest, Arc’teryx Sabre Pant, Picture Sakata Emerald Wool Cap
Alexe: Picture Nautical Hoodie, Picture Chloe Flower Reversible Mid Layer, Coal The Edith Knit BeaniePhoto: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Critical Parts: With the opening of the resort’s new hard goods shop featuring the same trusty boot fitting experts (plus a few new ones!), there’s no excuse to have anything but the comfiest digits this winter.
Photo: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
R Gear Staples: Picture’s dynamic clothes line brings Revelstokians’ love for the earth to RMR’s store shelves. Stay toasty in the Sience base layer that biodegrades within two years. Picture Sience Base Layer, Picture Mystic Legging, Coal The Frena Beanie
RMR’s sweet retail shop has got your back when it comes to this season’s preeminent base and mid-layers, jackets, helmets, and goggles. (Little known secret: get a 10% discount when you show your season pass!) Photo: Katie Langmuir/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

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