Arctic Clothing: Extreme Cold Weather Gear for Women (2024)

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Traveling to a destination with subzero temperatures? Read these tips on how to choose the best arctic clothing to find out the best below zero clothing and gear for women!

by AnubhaMomin

My name is Anubha and I am a writer, blogger, and ice cream enthusiast who lives Iqaluit, a remote Arctic town in northern Canada. Iqaluit is the capital of Nunavut, Canada’s newest and largest territory, and home to about 7000 people.

Finding temperatures are below freezing eight months of the year, meaning Iqalummiut (people who live in Iqaluit) are really, really knowledgeable aboutextreme cold weather gear.

Start by reading these general tips on packing for winter travel:

  • Capsule Wardrobe for Winter
  • How to Pack for Cold Weather
  • How to Stay Warm in Cold Weather (without the bulk)
  • The Best Travel Shoes for Winter

How long have you lived in the arctic?

I moved to Iqaluit almost two years ago from my hometown of Toronto, Ontario. Wow, time flies fast when you’re having frozen fun!

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ibex Woolies Tech Base Layer Bottoms

What was the most surprising thing you’ve learned about extreme cold weather clothing for women?

The most important fact about dressing for sub-zero temperatures is a Travel Fashion Girl mantra as well: choose the best fabrics. Bulky fabrics won’t necessarily make you feel warmer!

You have to choose the rightcold weather fabricsand layer your items strategically as explained below. Wind-proofing, for example, is vital; if you can cut out the wind, you can reduce the feeling of coldness.

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Minus33 Merino Wool Women’s Ossipee Midweight Crew

The best winter clothes for women are made of high quality fabrics, like GORE-TEX (a windproof, waterproof, breathable material) or Merino wool is key.

While these premium products are sold at an equally premium price, it is worth it for your safety and comfort, and well-made garments will last you for years.

You can still pack your travel capsule wardrobe in a small suitcase even when traveling in cold weather by usingpacking cubesto compress your clothing shown inthisvideo.

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The North Face Jump Down Parka

What are people’s biggest misconceptions about arctic gear clothing?

People always assume that warm clothes for women always have to be big, thick, and bulky.

While it is impossible to avoid some weight, you are much more likely to feel warm, and comfortable, if you wear several lighter layers, rather than one heavy coat. This also gives you the opportunity to remove or add layers as needed.

Learn more about layering andwhy thicker fabrics aren’t always warmer!

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Arctix Women’s Insulated Snow Pant

How do you layer extreme winter clothing?

This depends on the climate, temperature, and activity, but for our coldest days, my extreme weather clothing layers include:

  1. Merino wool socks
  2. Merino wool base layers, top and bottom
  3. Fleece pants and sweatshirt
  4. Snowpants
  5. Winter parka
  6. Winter boots

Note: If I’m not going to be outside for long, then I omit the snowpants and run to my car.

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Meriwool Merino Wool Midweight Baselayer Crew

At WITS14, you spoke about how much you love merino wool. Why does this fabric make cold weather clothes for women so special?

Merino wool is sort of like a miracle fabric: it’s lightweight but insulating, natural but quick-drying. Perfect for arctic clothing!

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Merino Wool Franconia Midweight Bottom

The wool is also breathable and has anti-microbial properties, which means you can wear your Merino wool long underwear for days without worrying about scaring off your cabin or tent mates!

Learn more about why merino wool is the best fabric for travel!

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Icebreaker Merino Women’s Oasis Long Sleeve Crewe

Can you recommend specific winter gear for women?

For base layers, I recommend purchasing 100% Merino wool tops and bottoms from Icebreaker. I’ve found Icebreaker products perform very well in terms of fit, durability, and temperature regulation – I’ve had no problem throwing them in with the laundry!

I would also recommend their socks and undies, if you want to go for a full-wool ensemble. They’re some of the best options I’ve found for arctic clothes.

These are our readers top picks for merino wool t-shirts, perfect for women on the go.

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Icebreaker Women’s Everyday Leggings

In terms of style and weight, I find myself reaching for the Icebreaker Everyday Long Underwear Leggingsin 200gm and the Oasis Long Sleeve Crew in 200gm. If I could add anything to my Icebreaker collection, it would be the Tech Top Long Sleeve Half Zip.”

These are our readers favorite merino wool leggings they love to pack for traveling!

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Eddie Bauer CirrusLite Hooded Down Jacket | Also Available Here Too

What are the best womens winter coats for extreme cold?

Another amazing layering piece is a down-filled jacket. These jackets are light, thin, super warm, and perfect for wearing under other coats when you need an extra bit of warmth.

I’ve found the Hooded CirrusLite Down Jacket from Eddie Bauer to be some of the best winter coats for extreme cold, because they’re streamlined and very easy to roll up and squish into a backpack.

Having the option to add or remove a layer of your extreme cold weather gear is key when you’re out on the land so that you can accommodate temperature fluctuations and adjust your outfit to suit various activities.

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Columbia Lay D Down Ii Mid Jacket

Another popular one that’s a bit longer and robust is the Columbia Lay D 550 down fill parka which has Omni-heat (a heat reflective coating), which is lightweight and keeps the body toasty in even the harshest of weather.

Having the option to add or remove a layer of your extreme cold-weather gear is key when you’re out on the land so that you can accommodate temperature fluctuations and adjust your outfit to suit various activities. You can also check out this article for more down parkas!

Find out the most stylish and practical options best down jacket for your cold weather travels!

What extreme cold weather shoes do you recommend?

I have several pairs of arctic boots to accommodate Iqaluit’s varied temperatures and terrain. Not surprisingly, they are all from Canadian companies!

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Impact by Baffin Footwear

SHOES FOR EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Impact by Baffin Boots are rated to -100C/-148F*, meaning they will keep your toes toasty until about -40C. I’ve worn these for prolonged periods of time in the dead of winter, when temperatures dip well below -30C, and my feet have been passably comfortable at worst, and warm most of the time.

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Columbia Ice Maiden Shorty Snow Boot

SHOES FOR MODERATE COLD WEATHER

I love these arctic shoes. They’re rated to about -32C/-25F. These are incredibly comfortable and the waterproof construction and thick, non-slip rubber soles also make them ideal for dealing with over rough terrain, or anytime you need a little more agility in your heels. This article covers even more top winter boots that the epitome of warm and protective.

SHOE SIZING

I would recommend purchasing a pair that is slightly larger than your regular size, as tight-fitting shoes will not work to keep your feet warm.

Just a note about temperature ratings: There is no industry standard method to rate boots or jackets, thus, the temperature rating is the manufacturer’s estimate of the degree to which the article of clothing will be able to keep out the cold.

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Minus33 Unisex Merino Wool Cuff Beanie Hat

What extreme cold weather accessories do you recommend?

Accessories should include a warm hat which is key; look for something that has a fleece lining for extra coziness and warmth. At Arctic temperatures, it’s often necessary to also wear a face mask or balaclava.

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Icebreaker Glove Liner Handwear

When it comes to your hands, layering again is key, especially if you want to maintain the option for dexterity. For very, very cold temperatures, I would recommend thin, Merino wool gloves that you can fit under very warm mitts.

This layering will give you the ability to perform more finite movements, like opening a container or tying rope, without exposing your skin to the elements.

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Terramar Thermasilk Glove Liner

My favorite cold-weather mitts are made from wolf skin, but if wolf mitts are in scarce supply in your town, look for something that has good insulation and long cuffs, like this pair from Terramar.Again, make sure your mitts are not tight, or you will risk freezing your fingers.

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Sealskinz Full finger gloves Ultra Grip Gloves

If the weather is a warmer but still below freezing, try your hand at a pair of SealSkinz gloves (not actual sealskin, which is also super warm).

The Ultra Grip Gloves have three layers: an outer shell that allows for grip and movement, a middle layer that is totally waterproof, and a built-in Merino wool liner for warmth and comfort. These are the best gloves you can own if you need to work outside in the cold.

They can also be worn under big winter mitts (just make sure the mitts are big enough to accommodate the SealSkinz and your hands without cramping).

What are the top five essentials you recommend for someone traveling to an extremely cold destination?

Without question if you’re living in or traveling in the arctic, my essential extreme cold weather gear includes:

  1. Layered arctic clothing: This includes base layers, but also mid layers and other garments that allow for maximum heat retention.
  2. Chapstick: I mentioned this in my arctic survival gear post, but I never leave home without some kind of lip balm. Look for something that is moisturizing and also contains SPF.
  3. Sunscreen: Just because it’s cold out doesn’t mean you can’t get sunburnt! Choose a solid sunscreen, like this one from Neutrogena, because liquid sunscreen will freeze.Or review this full roundup of sunscreens!
  4. Fur: Without question, fur provides a ton of warmth and protection from the elements. In Nunavut, fur from coyotes, wolves, polar bears, seals, and other animals are used as trim for hoods and material for jackets, mitts, pants, and boots.
  5. Sunglasses or goggles: As I stated earlier, the wind is your worst enemy, so it is absolutely imperative that you have some way to protect your eyes from the gusty onslaught. Make sure they’re polarized to reduce glare and prevent snow blindness.See this post for a list of durable, polarized sunglasses!

Any additional tips to share about sub zero clothing or accessories?

The tips and tricks listed here aren’t only applicable to extremely cold arctic weather; they can also be used for very cold city weather!

Merino wool base layers and down sweaters are very, very thin, and so can be worn under most clothing. I’ve tucked mine under skinny jeans and peacoats, allowing me to maintain a sense of style without compromising comfort.

I may use these items as arctic clothing but you can also use them for other cold weather destinations too – just wear less layers!

Here’s a list of our favorite thermal layers to ensure you pack light and stay warm!

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What extreme cold weather gear do you recommend? Share in the comments below!

For more ideas on what to wear in cold weather, please read:

  • How to Pack for Cold Weather like a Boss
  • Must Have Boots for Fall and Winter Travel
  • What to Wear in Cold Weather
  • Shoe Care Tips for Winter Travel

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    Lisetton March 29, 2023 at 6:34 am

    Hi, I will go to Finland and Iceland in January next year, can you please give other recommendations.
    Thank you,
    Lisett

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      Alexon April 12, 2023 at 11:39 am

      Hi Lisett, to get the best advice about what the weather is like at that time of the year, I would highly recommend that you join our TFG facebook group and post any questions you have there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/travelfashiongirls/

      It’s a fabulous community of helpful female travelers that love to share their travel advice and recommendations.

      Here are a few more resources to help you with packing light while staying warm when traveling in colder weather:
      1. Thermals really are the secret to minimal packing with less bulk, they’re amazing: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/best-thermal-underwear-for-women/
      2. Here are some tips on how to layer them with your clothing to stay warm: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/how-to-stay-warm-in-cold-weather/
      3. This is a sample packing list for the cold: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/how-to-pack-for-cold-weather/ You can use the principles to create your own capsule wardrobe according to your own clothing preferences, not necessarily to pack what is shown in the example.

      Also have a look at this guide to packing for Finland: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/what-to-wear-in-finland-in-winter/

      Hope this helps and have an awesome time!

      Reply

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    Connie Qualeyon November 17, 2019 at 10:19 am

    Hi Alex and Anubha,
    I agree, the red parka is gorgeous! For what it’s worth, I became acquainted with the value of fur in the AF as they used to make real down parkas with fox or coyote fur around the hood. There are still a few camping and hunting places that carry coats made this way, and with fur trim. Also used to be able to get beautiful anoraks and mukluks from Alaska. I bought fur pieces from a
    local hunter and have sewn pieces around all my heavy winter coat hoods!
    It keeps ice and snow from freezing around your face and wrists. When the wind, snow and cold hit, you’ll be glad it’s there! Also added to my boot tops, gloves etc. where snow and wind get in.
    Fake fur doesn’t work that way! 8,000 plus ft. In the Colorado mountains will teach this very fast!
    Connie

    Reply

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    Lisa Cummingson October 30, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    You keep coming back to Marino wool. Only problem is, I’m allergic to wool. What do you recommend in place of that?

    Reply

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      Alexon October 31, 2019 at 1:20 am

      Hi Lisa, thank you for your question. Have a look at this article for some suggestions for alternatives to merino wool: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/best-alternative-to-merino-wool/ If you are looking for thermals, you might like Terramar Thermasilk Silk Thermal Underwear which are made with 100% silk pointelle knit, you can find them here: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/best-thermal-underwear-for-women/ Hope this helps. Happy travels! ?

      Reply

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    Laura Reavison September 25, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    What is the best coat for snowmobilers?

    Reply

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      Alexon September 26, 2019 at 10:47 pm

      Hi Laura, thank you for your question. Would something like the Columbia Carson Pass Jacket work for snowmobilers: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/columbia-jacket-review/ Sorry I could not have been of more help. For the best recommendations, I would highly suggest that you join our TFG facebook group and post your question there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/travelfashiongirls/ Its a fabulous community of helpful female travelers that have the best advice and recommendations to share. Happy travels! ?

      Reply

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    Lynn@wilsimm.comon January 19, 2018 at 8:52 pm

    Merino wool. Yes! Icebreaker layers in Europe in winter under elegant tops and skirts. Keep cosy while hunting in northern B.C. Layered under camo. I’ve used lightweight merino for back up in tropics, hike etc. Can go weeks no washing and still fresh. My go to layers.

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      alexon January 20, 2018 at 8:20 pm

      Great tips Lynn!

      Reply

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    Emma Gouldon November 16, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    Hi,
    This post has definitely given me some things to think about for my upcoming trips to places that will be colder than my usual destinations. Thanks!

    Reply

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      alexon November 18, 2017 at 1:24 am

      Glad it was helpful!

      Reply

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    paulineon November 2, 2017 at 11:45 am

    Hi,
    bearing in mind that cotton is not good for next to your skin what type of ladies underpants do you recommend to wear underneath the thermal longjohns

    Reply

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      Susanon January 7, 2020 at 5:18 pm

      I’m interested in the response to this too!

      Reply

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        Alexon January 8, 2020 at 11:51 pm

        Hi Susan, thank you for reaching out. You might find this article interesting to learn what’s the best fabric for travel for different circumstances, including the best fabrics for cold weather, such as merino wool: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/how-to-choose-the-best-fabrics-for-travel/ I would also highly recommend that you join TFG’s free facebook community and post your question there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/travelfashiongirls/ It is a fabulous group of helpful female travelers that have the best advice and suggestions to share. Hope this helps answer your question. Happy travels! ?

        Reply

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    Justinon August 30, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    What about bottoms? hard shell? soft shell? what kind of insulated pant layers are around? I’ve spent 2 weeks looking into the options and it seems that there are a lack of choices regarding a) Insulated b) waterproof c) extreme cold/severe temp. pants for women. Thoughts?

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      Denaon November 15, 2017 at 3:50 pm

      Layer, Layer, Layer. Wool or fleece base layers with softshell pants. You can add hard shell pants for waterproofing over the top. Or try something insulated on top from Rab or Patagonia. Outdoor Research makes excellent gear also.

      I have found that I like to layer because it is easier to move than it is in one pair of very thick pants.

      For extreme environments (mountaineering etc) you will be looking at a full down insulated suit.

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        alexon November 16, 2017 at 2:17 am

        Awesome tips!

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    veroniqueon August 19, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    I absolutely want that Red Parka that she is wearing, do you know where I could order or purchase this coat

    thank you in advance

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    Laurieon December 18, 2015 at 9:41 am

    P.S. Continuation of my previous message. I’m looking for recommendations for extreme cold weather.

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      alexon December 20, 2015 at 7:34 am

      Hi Laurie, thanks for your question! Anubha, the author of this article, suggested to get polarized lenses to reduce glare from snow. She also wears goggles if she wants to block the wind. For brands she loves Oakley because they have lots of size and lens options. I hope this helps 🙂

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    Laurieon December 18, 2015 at 9:25 am

    Do you have any specific brand/style recommendations for sunglasses?

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    ChingghisKhanon February 13, 2015 at 11:38 am

    100% Wool is no good for cold climate

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      alexon February 13, 2015 at 1:59 pm

      merino wool seems to be the preferred fabric for the outdoor brands – what do you prefer to use?

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      Emilyon September 16, 2018 at 8:32 am

      Where I live it is regularly -40C in the winter. I often wear 2 wool layers and wool socks, which I find keep me very warm, but of course I would wear a windproof insulated coat over top!

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    Bonnie MacRaithon January 27, 2015 at 3:07 pm

    Thanks for all the tips. The only thing I object to is using animal fur. That means one of these native species is getting killed so its fur can be sewn in a jacket. There are faux furs that are warm enough. No need to kill a beautiful wolf!

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      alexon January 27, 2015 at 3:44 pm

      Hi Bonnie! I don’t the animals are killed for fur. I believe Anubha explained that every part of the animal is used as a sustainable way of life in Iqaluit, Nunavut. It’s for survival more than fashion. Find out more on her blog about living in the arctic: http://findingtruenorth.ca/ Thanks!

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    Ashleyon January 1, 2015 at 4:11 pm

    I must know,That red (looks like a pullover?) with the fur.. Where did you get that?!? It is beautiful!!

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      alexon January 2, 2015 at 5:37 am

      I think she had it made but I’ll shoot her an email for you 🙂

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    Mimion November 8, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    Do you have any recommendations for winter coats/parkas to wear in -40C and below?

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      alexon November 24, 2014 at 5:34 am

      For the moment just the products mentioned in this blog post but I’ll post your question on Facebook to get more feedback for you. Please keep an eye out: https://www.facebook.com/TravelFashionGirl

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      anubhaon January 2, 2015 at 7:33 am

      Hi Mimi, have you checked out Canada Goose? Very popular parka brand for extreme cold weather. They have a temperature rating system on their site so you can see which coats are best for what weather.

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Insights, advice, suggestions, feedback and comments from experts

My name is Anubha and I am a writer, blogger, and ice cream enthusiast who lives in Iqaluit, a remote Arctic town in northern Canada. I have been living in the Arctic for almost two years now, experiencing firsthand the extreme cold temperatures and the importance of proper arctic clothing.

One of the most surprising things I have learned about extreme cold weather clothing for women is that bulky fabrics won't necessarily make you feel warmer. It's all about choosing the right fabrics and layering strategically. Wind-proofing is vital, as it helps to cut out the wind and reduce the feeling of coldness.

Merino wool is one fabric that I absolutely love for cold weather clothing. It is lightweight, insulating, and quick-drying, making it perfect for arctic conditions. Additionally, merino wool is breathable and has anti-microbial properties, which means you can wear it for days without worrying about odor.

For winter gear recommendations, I highly recommend Icebreaker's 100% Merino wool tops and bottoms. They are high-quality, durable, and perform well in terms of fit and temperature regulation. Icebreaker also offers socks and underwear made from merino wool, which are great options for arctic clothing.

When it comes to winter coats, I suggest looking for down-filled jackets that are light, thin, and super warm. The Hooded CirrusLite Down Jacket from Eddie Bauer is a great option, as it is streamlined and easy to pack.

For extreme cold weather shoes, I recommend Impact by Baffin Boots, which are rated to -100C/-148F. They are incredibly warm and comfortable, even in temperatures well below -30C. For moderate cold weather, Columbia Ice Maiden Shorty Snow Boots are a good choice, rated to about -32C/-25F.

When it comes to accessories, a warm hat with a fleece lining is a must, along with gloves that can be layered for dexterity. Accessories like face masks or balaclavas are often necessary in Arctic temperatures.

For those traveling to extremely cold destinations, I recommend having a layered arctic clothing system that includes base layers, mid layers, and other garments for maximum heat retention. Other essentials include chapstick, sunscreen, fur for added warmth and protection, and sunglasses or goggles to protect your eyes from wind and glare.

In terms of additional tips, I suggest considering merino wool base layers and down sweaters, as they are thin and can be worn under most clothing for added warmth. And remember, these tips can also be applied to very cold city weather, not just arctic conditions.

I hope these recommendations help you choose the best arctic clothing and gear for your upcoming trip to Finland and Iceland in January. Stay warm and enjoy your travels!

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