Strafe Wildcat Pant

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Strafe Wildcat Pant for Blister

Insulated ski / snowboard pants may seem unnecessary to those who have their layering systems dialed, but our reviewer was very surprised by the versatility of Strafe’s insulated Wildcat Pants. Check out her full review.

Strafe Sickbird Suit

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Strafe Sickbird Suit for Blister

One-piece snowsuits have had an interesting history. They were once very common, then they became a bit of a joke, and now some brands are making high-end one-pieces with modern materials and features. The Strafe Sickbird Suit falls into that last category, and we’ve come away both surprised and impressed by it. Check out our review.

Summer Baby Clothes Roundup

Blister's summer baby apparel roundup

Our youngest (by far) reviewer has been very busy testing a bunch of sun-protective clothing this summer, and with just a bit of writing help from his mom, we’ve rounded up a number of tops, bottoms, and accessories that can help keep your little one cool, protected, and comfortable. Check it out here, along with some of the cutest photos we’ve ever posted on Blister.

Flylow Vixen Coat 2.1

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Flylow Vixen Coat 2.1 for Blister

Just a few years ago, almost all hardshell jackets were stiff, crinkly, and uncomfortable. But now many companies make waterproof hardshells that feel more like softshells. The Flylow Vixen Coat 2.1 falls into that category, and it’s an excellent all-round women’s ski shell.

Strafe Meadow Jacket

Kristin Sinnott in the Strafe Meadow Jacket. (photo by Patrick Sinnott)

If you’re looking for a technical women’s ski shell that can be used in the backcountry and the resort, but that doesn’t look all that “techy,” the Strafe Meadow Jacket is worth a good look.

Flylow Donna Pant 2.1

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Flylow Donna Pant 2.1 for Blister

Comfortable? Check. Waterproof? Check. Versatile? Check. Stylish? Check. The Flylow Donna Pant 2.1 ticks a lot of boxes, and is worth a good look if you’re in the market for a women’s ski pant.

2019-2020 DPS Alchemist Uschi 94 C2

Kristin Sinnott reviews the DPS Alchemist Uschi 94 C2 for Blister

The DPS Alchemist Uschi 94 won a “Best Of” award in our Winter Buyer’s Guide this year, and now you can read our full review to see why we’re such big fans of this lightweight women’s all-mountain ski.

Strafe Scarlett Bib Pant

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Strafe Scarlett Bib Pant for Blister

Most of us want ski pants to do 2 things: keep us comfortable and look good. Strafe’s Scarlett Bib Pant accomplishes both of those things and more, and you can now check out our full review for more info on this “Best Of” winner.

Women’s Patagonia R1 TechFace Hoody

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Patagonia Women's R1 TechFace Hoody for Blister

We called the men’s version of the Patagonia R1 TechFace Hoody, “just about perfect.” Now we weigh in on the women’s R1 Tech Face Hoody — how well it works across a broad range of activities, and how it compares to the original R1 Hoody.