Best Ways to Dress for skiing

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Skiing Gear

Skiing gear is a must. Find a helmet, goggles, and a neck gaiter to wear for your skiing trip. Helmets are not mandatory but if you will be skiing in a dangerous zone where there are many trees, it is necessary to be safe. Goggles protect your eyes from thrusting wind, snow, sunlight, and contaminants that might blur your vision. Balaclava or neck gaiter covers the neck and can be pulled onto the face if your face hurts with cold. 

Skiing Gear

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Written by Dan Perez
7 months ago
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First Time Skiing

If you don’t ski a lot or it’s your first-time skiing, then you don’t need an expensive and fancy skiing outfit. You need a turtle neck, a warm sweater, and a fleece jacket for the torso. To keep your legs warm, you need insulating pants that are waterproof, or wear any other comfy pants with thermal leggings underneath. Gloves, thick socks, and caps are also a must. 

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Written by Luis Crawford
7 months ago
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Don’t Ignore any Body Spots

Ankles, neck, and wrists are often ignored when it comes to dressing for skiing. Wear a turtle neck to cover the neck. Long gloves to cover the wrists and knee-length socks to add an extra layer of clothing as well as cover the ankles. 

Don’t Ignore any Body Spots

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Written by Rosemarie Skinner
7 months ago

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