Tried and true, our ambassadors have been traveling the world with our newest gear to put it to the test. They’ve helped us make sure you’re always dry, warm and cozy throughout any cold weather adventures. This season, they’ve shared their favorites with us — and you — so you can gift Sherpa to the adventurers in your life.
Kangtega Crew Sweater
I've been dreaming of a sweater like this for a long time — neutral color, long torso and arms and lightweight enough to wear regularly regardless of the weather. It's a classic men’s style crew neck sweater, but in a tapered fit for women! 10/10 recommend!
I always go to Moses Falls when I get home (in Revelstoke BC, Canada). It’s a place where I can reset, drink from the earth and feel at peace. Wearing the Dingboche Jacket keeps me warm and dry from the falls as I sip from the stream.
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The Tingri Jacket is truly my new obsession. I'm typically not a fan of cold weather, but this jacket has kept me warm on short walks, long drives and every adventure in-between — so I look forward to facing the cold air when I'm zipped up inside. This jacket's fun fabric and useful pockets (there are four!) are durable and thoughtful, making it easily something I will be wearing daily all season long.
Kalpana Hike Tight
Last weekend while backpacking and climbing in the North Cascades, I put the Kalpana Hike Tight to the test. We hiked thirteen miles into our basecamp, then the next morning we climbed a nearby peak and hiked all the way back out. I wore the Kalpana Hike Tights the whole time — even while sleeping! They were absolutely perfect — comfy to hike in during the day, cozy to wear in camp while the sun was setting, and nice and warm for a chilly night in the North Cascades. I love the high waist, which is flattering on my body and works well with the hipbelt on my backpack.
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My first surprise when taking the Limbu Hoodie out of the box was how soft it is. I was expecting it to be more of a sweatshirt material but it is an extremely soft, thick fleece. I loved it immediately and have been hard pressed to take it off since then. I also like the unique details, like the hood strings, the patterns and the colors. It's great to have a hoodie that will keep me warm while I'm hanging out in the backcountry and that I can wear around the city.
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Fall and winter means warm fuzzy feelings, right? Well nothing makes me feel this way more than my cozy Sardar shirt. With it’s soft texture and vibrant colors, the season couldn’t be embraced any other way.
Kailash Hooded Jacket
The Kailash Jacket has met all of my cold weather needs. I was first able to put it to the test on a freezing October morning in Northwest Montana. It’s portability is my favorite feature, making it easy to layer in the backcountry — as it packs down into its own small stuff sack.