Hot Take: 6 Warrior-Worthy Winter Picks

Battle the elements this season with all the right (wearable) weapons.

Hands-free winter adventuring is a cinch with Hunter’s new Original Sherpa Top Clip backpack. A coated fabric wicks away moisture, while padded Sherpa straps make mountain ascent a breeze. $295,

Banish chapped lips—the hallmark of every cold-weather warrior—with this ultra-hydrating moisturizing lip gloss from Evalina in pretty berry or blossom shades. Packed with rich emollients, vitamin E and antioxidants, the paraben-free and vegan formula will keep your pucker perfectly hydrated all season long. $28,

Kick winter to the curb in Allbirds’ 100-percent carbon-neutral Tubers socks made with Trino, a super-yarn crafted from sustainably harvested eucalyptus tree fibres and ZQ merino wool. (The packaging is made from recycled plastic bottles, too.) $20,

The women of Bidi Bidi, Uganda—the world’s largest refugee camp—are true warriors; wear a symbol of their strength this winter while keeping warm with Vancouver-based Obakki’s Bidi Bidi scarf. All net proceeds go directly to help the women rebuild their lives through the funding of their own business initiatives. $89,

The turtleneck gets a much-needed update with Uniqlo’s long-sleeved HeatTech fleece version with revamped shoulders and arms for easy movement. The revolutionary fabric works with your body to generate heat, then smartly retains it—all in a flattering drape fit. $19.90,

The humble sleeping bag meets couture fashion with the new puffy Seyla coat, from Vancouver-based cult fave Arc’teryx’s Everyday collection. Its contemporary silhouette makes for perfect—and warm—errand-running. $600,