Want to stay warm without looking like you "just walked off the mountain", or more embarrassingly down the mountain, because you apparently suck at skiing? Then zip into Salence, which gives "an urban aesthetic to technical outerwear", and was recently launched by two vets with 12yrs of experience in the outdoor clothing industry, meaning they probably knew LL Bean back when he was Cool and smoked Js.
Dress it up with the waterproof Baluster sport coat (breathable membrane! breathable membrane!), the double-breasted Caisson (cut with a tablet-sized interior pocket), and the Gantry, an all-season rain coat with a translucent window on the left shoulder pocket so you can "see your phone light up", assuming you have really, really small delts (...in which case no one's calling you anyway, but whatevs). Sportiness, meanwhile, comes via the slim-fitting Truss (with a moisture-wicking tricot liner), the gridded Arch, which combines modern taffeta with traditional boiled wool for superior wind-blocking, and a full-zip hoodie called the Chord, which they assert is set apart from your "everyday sweatshirt" by its "luxurious Italian-made fabric", as opposed to your actual everyday sweatshirt's luxurious Italian red sauce.
Right soon they'll also be dropping the Trestle, a three-layer waterproof joint with a fit described as "Brad-style", presumably after that one Bachelor guy you wish had just walked off a mountain.