Inside X: Aspen hits its Stride
X Games Aspen typically pulls in a crowd of more than 100,000 over the duration of the event. With that many fans rubbing elbows here at Buttermilk Mountain, there's bound to be some unique winter style on display. From fur hats to face masks, spectators go all out in Aspen.
A girl may match her polish to her lipstick, or even to her outfit, but matching her manicure to her Otterbox design is so next level.
His & Hers
Sometimes it's creepy when a couple dresses alike. But this is just plain awesome.
Don't we all sometimes secretly wish we could rock the style of a 5-year-old girl? Ain't no shame in her game.
On The Case
Bring your Otterbox-protected tablet to X Games Aspen 2013 and you can watch the action from anywhere on XGames.com.
Throwing the goat while rocking an Abominable Snowman beanie: animal style.
Uncle Jack's Parlor styles out this Chicago Bulls fan in living color.
Buttermilk during X Games can be icy and crowded, which doesn't bode well for a naked phone. This girl's OtterBox Commuter Series case might make all the difference when she starts shooting video during the X Games MUSIC concerts this weekend.
Pro SnoCross rider Tucker Hibbert goes in for a close shave with the barber at Uncle Jack's Parlor on Buttermilk Mountain.
Barbershop stylings courtesy of the Uncle Jack's Parlor crew.
Technically, snow camouflage is white, but in Aspen, the point is to stand out, not blend in.
Even the little ones rock their raddest at X Games Aspen.
It just isn't Aspen without some furry footwear.
Pigtails & Plaid
Extra style points for the oversized hunting cap.
The girl in the center should totally give her friend on the right her beanie.
Leopard print, red wool, driving gloves, fedora: timeless style that works in any weather.
From Russia With Love
Faux fur is fabulously fashionable.
Mixing It Up
Ain't nothing wrong with bringing a little hippie sunshine to gray-bird days on the mountain.
Leopard: so hot right now.