Monday, December 12, 2005

Great Winter Accessories at Shoebuy

The trees are bare, the air is brisk and chilly and the days are getting shorter. That means only one thing: winter is here, and it's not going anywhere in a hurry. Remember when winter fashion involved covering every inch of your body with the thickest, heaviest clothing possible? Thank goodness those days are gone. Winter fashion has evolved over the years, thanks to technological advances in fabric. Now you can be chic and warm at the same time, without looking like a wookie. On the other hand, it doesn't mean you should completely forgo all your winter classics. Mix winter classics with the hottest in today's outerwear. You can pair a three-quarters length wool coat with a fuzzy scarf and gloves, or a form-fitting down filled jacket with jeans and sheepskin boots. Keeping that in mind, here's a sampling of some great accessories for winter, all available at Shoebuy: Women's The North Face Apparel CLR Nuptse Jacket – One of The North Face’s most popular jackets. This highly compressible, down jacket has superior warmth-to-weight ratio for cold conditions. It also features a taffeta emergency hood and double-layer taffeta on the shoulder to keep you warmest where you need it. Inside, you’ll find an internal zippered horizontal pocket with jacket stows, while the outside has two hand pockets. The cuffs are adjustable with Velcro® straps. Shown in pink perfection. Women's Lowe Alpine Apparel Rush Jacket – A great jacket for those of you lucky enough to live in less harsh weather. The hood can be rolled down and volume adjusted, and has an elasticized draw cord for a snug fit at the hem. The outside has two external venting chest pockets and Watershed™ seamless shoulders to keep you dry. The cuffs are adjustable. This jacket has a unique capability that enables the jacket to pack into chest pocket for storage. You can even clip it onto your pack with the loop that’s provided. The shaped hem gives increased leg movement. The full-length front zipper has a storm flap and an intermittent hook and loop. Lightweight cord locks. Shown in angel blue; also available in watermelon. Salomon Socks Fusion – The perfect pair of socks to survive the chilliest of weather, the Fusion socks by Salomon are over-the-knee socks for all your winter escapes. Although these wild socks were designed for snowboarders, you can pair them with a pair of flats and a skirt and still be fashionably warm. Warm Merino wool insulates the foot, while Lycra provides a superior fit and added softness. The ventilated mesh panel maintains breathability, and fully cushioned leg absorbs shocks. Shown here in black/paradise/white; also available in black/matter/white and mid grey/black/white. Women's Grandoe Apparel GCS Supersoft SL2591 Mittens – This ladies only pair of mittens has a name that says it all. The GCS® Supersoft Glove is like a pillow for your hands made with the softest materials available to keep your hands warm, dry and comfortable. Features MicroAerobic™ waterproof shell. Features Waterblock® leather palm that’s also waterproof. Shown in navy; also available in black and red. Jytte Tulips and Daisies Tasseled Beanie - With the warmth of wool, combined with the comfort of fleece, this hate will stand up to even the harshest winter conditions. A simple beanie with cute little flowers and kisses that's a feminine way to dress up for your favorite snow sport. Shown in black; also available in carribbean and raspberry. Brooks Apparel Wanganui Fleece Headband - The Wanganui Fleece Headband™ is constructed with Equilibrium™ technology, which features advanced moisture transfer fabrics that regulate body temperature (i.e.: they keep you warm, but not so warm that you sweat). This headband is 100% polyester double-sided fleece. This thermal moisture transfer headband provides cozy warmth over your ears. A great addition to your skiing or snowboarding outfit, or just for a day out in the snow!

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