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What to Wear Skiing In 4 Easy Steps



Your baselayer is going to be your first line of defense against being wet and cold while on the hill. While baselayers do a great job keeping you warm, they also wick sweat away from your body, allowing you to feel dry and comfortable, all day long.

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Midlayers serve a vital role in providing lightweight warmth and breathability. They come in all shapes, sizes, and materials; From fleeces, flannels, synthetic down, and down, to vests, pullovers, and jackets. This variety allows people to have multiple midlayers that they can use on different days depending on the temperature and conditions.

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Beyond looking good, outer layers (ski jackets and pants) are going to be the major barrier separating you from the elements. With hardshells, Gore-Tex, and other materials designed to keep water and wind out, most jackets and pants are also going to have a significant amount of insulation to help keep you warm.



So you've got your jacket, pants, mid, and baselayers to protect most of your body from the elements, but what about your head and eyes? Helmets and goggles obviously help protect you from tree branches and crashes, but they also do a great job keeping your head warm. Combine that with ample venting as well, and you will always be comfortable.

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