What Should You Wear to Ski

How is the weather? What’s the temperature? Is it windy? What do the weather report on how the weather will be in two hours?

To take on the right kind of clothes and just enough before going home is one of the key factors for the success of skiing experience will be. And even if we learn from our mistakes and getting richer by the experience, there are many advantages to seek advice from others.Below you will find the guide to how you dress for the perfect balance of heat and cold, without compromising freedom of movement. We start by talking about the stock.

At the top trips can be especially tricky. The climb up often require products with excellent breathability, good flexibility, venting that wicks away moisture and that the garments are fast drying. Time cliff top often require warm, insulating garments, while performing the ride can be both cold and hot. Where you need maximum flexibility and freedom of movement. For practical reasons, we recommend our 4-layer systems for comfort in all types of winter conditions.

The base layer is the products you wear next to the skin. The purpose of this layer is often misinterpreted. Its main function is to keep you dry by transporting moisture from the skin to the middle layer.

For the base layer, we recommend underwear in merino wool or polyester. Both of these materials can keep the air when they are wet, so you stay warm. Polyester material dries quickly and retains less moisture than merino wool, but it can feel a little colder. We recommend underwear in polyester in activities with higher intensity. Cotton Sweaters should not be used in this layer. Cotton compressed when it gets wet, and then you will not get the layer of air required to keep you warm. It dries very slowly. We often choose a Narvik tech + shirt baselayer when we go out on a skiing adventure.

The middle layer is the layer between the base layer and outer layer. The purpose of this layer is to keep you warm. Adjust the layer depending on the temperature, weather and activity level.

 

Andyoutdoor recommends fleece products made of polyester as an intermediate layer. For this layer, select the thickness of the product, depending on how cold it is outside. It is important that you do not have to you for a warm jacket, because it makes you sweat too early during the activity. Dressed right, you should freeze slightly when you start, because you get hotter as you go. The intermediate layer must have texture so that it captures as much air as possible. You can measure this property by comparing the weight of the product with the product thickness. Products with high heat output to weight ratio is better at transporting moisture.

The outer layer is your protection against wind and weather, but also the layer that will vent out moisture and heat from the body.

Most do not own very many outer layers, but buy one that fits so many weather conditions as possible. This means that many choose an outer layer that is both waterproof and windproof, for example, Products in Gore-TEX® or dri material. Such products have a membrane that keeps out wind, rain and snow, while providing excellent breathability and wicks away any sweat and moisture from the inside. This type of outer layer need not have its own isolation.Because they have 100 percent windproof provide interim storage enough heat for the activity.It is important to have several different ventilation possibilities in the outer layer, since it makes the product more versatile so that it can be used year-round activities. Outside the warehouse technical features are also very important. The garment should have a well-designed fit, a windproof hood with space for a helmet during and multiple ventilation options.For ski tours recommended jacket and pants in the series Lyngen dri FLEX3.

The last layer we recommend is an extra layer of insulation that can be worn inside or outside the outer layer. The purpose of this layer is to protect you during extra cold elements, eg when it blows up on the mountain top, during breaks or when you are sitting still in a chair lift for a longer time.

When you use this kind of extra layers may be your middle layer be thinner, so you will not sweat as much in play. For this layer, we recommend a light jacket, a Primaloft jacket or a jacket with Polartec Alpha insulation. These insulations are very compressible and provides good insulation, while they weigh very little. Then you never have any excuse for not stopping down one in the pack! The advantage of down is that it is the most easily compacted material and insulation in terms of providing the best warmth to weight ratio. The advantage of PrimaLoft is that it insulates well even when wet, and its properties of heat-to-weight ratio is almost as high as for dun. The advantage of Polartec Alpha is that it keeps you warm even when wet and it has good breathability. Why it works better than the other materials if you use it inside the outer layer and the intense activities like ski tours.

Even the accessories are important. Hands, feet and head plays a major role for your comfort and it is also easy to freeze on those areas. If you dress smart, it is easier to protect these areas.

For the head –  we recommend that you use a cap of 100% merino wool (not an acrylic blend).It gives you good protection even if you get wet. And always pack down an extra hat in your backpack! Select the thickness of the hat outside temperature.

For hands –  should you choose gloves or mittens for temperature and personal preferences.Make sure to choose gloves or mittens with a fit that makes it easy to turn your hand. When you have a little extra room for air hands will feel warmer. In addition, gloves and mittens also have good breathability, so they must be waterproof, you should look at a couple that has a membrane.

Fötterma -We recommend only socks on his feet, and just like the rest of the body, you should have multiple layers. Have a very thin and soft polyester sock against the skin. The sock wicks moisture away from the foot and protects against abrasions. Outside it, put on a sock in merinoullblandning, you can adjust the thickness depending on the temperature.

Dressing in layers is versatile and efficient, and you can customize the bearings for the ever changing weather in the mountains and for different activities. Hopefully this walk the guide give you a little more time in the mountains and a little less time with decision anxiety in front of the closet.

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