Walking in the snow is an acquired taste for some but a passion for others. Some people take winter walking to the next level by going for hikes, regardless of the presence of snow on the ground or temperatures dipped below freezing. Even if you are just outdoors to shovel or snow blow your driveway you want to stay dry and warm for all outdoor winter activities. Some of The House snow gear is especially designed for snowboarders.

In fact, The House has specific Snowboard Shop for Men and Snowboard Shop for Women sections available online all year long. The House also sells gear for skiing, wakeboarding, biking and multiple other outdoor activities.


Some of the snow jackets men love the most are purchased online via The House’s webstore. Prices at The House range from reasonable to affordable, as well. For example, right now, the North Face Cuchillo Insulated Full Zip Hoodie Jacket is $97, while the Columbia Arcadia II Rain Jacket is only $86.56. Women snow jackets are also popular items at The House. Top-rated Volcom Bolt, Burton Sadie and Marmot Lea jackets are all available now. If you act fast, you can catch Black Friday prices on the best insulated, soft shell, tactical, technical and casual jackets before freezing temperatures take over every year.

Women snowshoe shopping is easy to do online in modern times. You need to stay warm and dry when walking outdoors in the cold and deep snow. You also want your snowshoes to be as comfortable and secure as possible so you can fully enjoy your experience. The MSR Lightning Ascent is a serious snowshoe designed to provide versatile maneuverability and simultaneous optimal traction.

The MSR Lightning Ascent is an excellent choice for walking through various types of backcountry terrain. The Atlas Elektra Montane is another excellent snowshoe for women. This snowshoe has the versatility to handle all types of terrain and winter walking goals without any drop-off in performance. 

For male enthusiasts of outdoor winter walking, check out the Tubbs Wayfinder ($159.95) and TSL Highlander Original 2 ($240) snowshoes. Both these products are top-rated and popular with people who prioritize winter-oriented walking activities every year.

Perhaps you are more interested in hiking trails instead of wandering through deep backwoods snowy terrain. The Columbia Mix Shorty III boot for $120 is a great option for outdoor-to-indoor activities. These boots provide plenty of ankle support and are contoured to always keep you comfortable when wearing them.

The Merrell Thermo Cross 2 Mid Waterproof Boots ($110 down from $160) are a more serious boot for hiking purposes. A proprietary M Select Fresh technology prevents both moisture and odor buildups. The Kinetic Fit insoles keep your feet cushioned and supported no matter how challenging the hike becomes. Are you looking for extra traction and control during winter hikes? Add MICROspikes for hiking to your hiking boots to truly dig into the trail or terrain and safely reach your most challenging destinations.