Winter Fashion 2013: Skiing in Aspen Snow sports fans, rejoice: This year it’s easy to find high-performance gear that even a design snob can love. By Heiji Choy Black November 22, 2013, 9:35 am Photography: (mountain) istockphoto; (beanie, jacket) Anna Knott; (all others) courtesy of vendors His Völkl skis and bindings $1,300, Viking Ski Shop, 3422 W. Fullerton Ave. Minimalist design combined with high performance. Nylon gloves $120, North Face, 875 N. Michigan Ave. Love the geometric motif on these. Waterproof pants $225, Marmot, 932 N. Rush St. A great fitting pant with tons of pockets to store your lip balm and keys and anything else. Merino hoodie $140, Patagonia, 1800 N. Clybourn Ave. Great color, great slim fit, lightweight, super warm. Topo Designs nylon and leather backpack $169, Independence, 47 E. Oak St. Versatile for both outdoor treks and urban errands. Canada Goose waterproof down parka $845, Uncle Dan’s, 621 Central Ave., Highland Park The fashion world’s superwarm new uniform Hers Nylon and down mittens $80, Marmot. Quilting adds to both function and form. Polyester and down jacket $1,635, Moncler, 33 E. Oak St. Love the embroidery detailing! POC Sports goggles $200, Viking Ski Shop Protection that comes in a sleek and futuristic package. Suede boots with fox fur $2,550, Jimmy Choo, 63 E. Oak St. A luxurious way to keep your feet warm on the slopes or in the city. Sacai Luck wool-blend beanie $200, Ikram, 15 E. Huron St. The faux-pearl details make it special. Stella McCartney nylon jacket $250, and pants, $225, Adidas Sport Performance, 845 N. Michigan Ave. Eye popping monochrome color will make you hard to miss on the slopes.