Women’s Specific Companies

These five companies are solely focused on making the best clothing and outerwear for women-just for women. We think that alone is worthy of your hard-earned dollars.

Betty Rides

Started in 1994, the Portland, Oregon-based women of Betty Rides have helped to promote and establish riders like Vera Janssen. The company also has a Boarding For Breast Cancer line, which promotes awareness as well as donates percentages of the profits to the fund.

Jules is wearing the Betty Rides Survival Parka in cream ($260) and the Survival Cargo pants in cream ($165) with the Classic beanie ($24).

bettyrides.com

Cold As Ice

Darcy Lee Post started this Costa Mesa, California-based company in 1993. The CAI brand is all about offering soft, shapely silhouettes with cool, feminine detailing.

June is wearing the Snake In The Grass Insulated jacket in nori ($260) and the Shake-n-Bake pants in miso ($145) with the Heart Strings beanie ($30).

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Roxy

In addition to sponsoring and promoting many of the top female riders in the world, Roxy also hosts the Roxy Chicken Jam in St. Moritz, Switzerland and Park City, Utah. The Chicken Jam is the premier women’s snowboard event of the winter.

Leah is wearing the Stardust jacket in silver ($300) and the Intrepid pants in black ($150) with the Penthouse beanie ($24) and scarf ($22).

roxy.com

Nikita

Heida Birgisdottir started Nikita just over six years ago in Iceland. The brand has since grown into a worldwide success. Nikita, like its motto says, makes clothing For Girls Who Ride. This is the brand’s first year veering from street clothes into outerwear.

Leah is wearing the Down4good jacket ($249) and the Slopestyle pants ($149) with the Grettisgata beanie ($26).

nikitaclothing.com

B By Burton

Ever heard of Shannon Dunn, Victoria Jealouse, or Natasza Zurek? Burton is legendary in supporting women riders all the way to the top, while Burton Women’s Learn To Ride centers continue to get women on board at the base level. The B By Burton line is new this year.

Julia is wearing the S. Ride Suit in graphite ($375) with the Combo mitt ($75) and Burton Life K Moss beanie ($25).

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