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  Quote tony477g Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: 6 degree weather high, layers-
    Posted: Jan/11/2013 at 4:02pm
Im going snowboarding tomorrow and was wondering what layers to wear? So far for legs i have snowboarding socks, these thermal pants, sweats, and the snowboarding pants. For the top I have two thermals, I BIG fluffy jacket, and the snowboarding jacket. Heard is beanie, facemask, goggles. I also have gloves, what do you guys think?
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^I think you're all set :)
Don't forget hand warmers! Your hands will probably get cold if your gloves get wet.
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your asking if your layer enough? if thats what you mean, probably, with a little body warmth your good
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  Quote return2heaven Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2013 at 2:10pm
You planning on wearing all of that? Thermal pants+sweats+snowboard pants is overkill for sure
Same with your upper body layers. I was at Jay Peak for new years and the avg temp was -16 at the
Summit and 0 at the base. Thats without windchill.
I was comfy with silk type baselayer,flannel and jacket. For legs i had silk type baselayer and shell pants.
The most important parts to protect are the head and face. I suggest wearing a balaclava under the beanie
And it wouldnt hurt to carry a spare facemask cuz it will get wet and frozen. My lips and nose had massive windburn
Even though i had them covered 80% of the time.
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If thats what you mean, probably, with a little body warmth your good.
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  Quote Angry Midget Yo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2013 at 9:35am
I would maybe switch the big puffy jacket for a fleece sweater.  The good thing about layering is that if it gets too hot then you can always take off a layer.  
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  Quote Griet Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/06/2014 at 3:48am
who has advice for good pair of snowgoggles ?
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Originally posted by Griet

who has advice for good pair of snowgoggles ?

Goggles are subjective, everyone has his/her own personal preference.  Fit is very important - I like Oakley Canopy, Quiksilver Hubble and Electric EG2 goggles but those fit me well and might not work for you.  Based on that your best bet is to try on goggles, see which brand and model fit your face and helmet the best.  Take your helmet to the shop with you when trying on goggles.  Also, consider getting more than 1 lens for your goggles.  Different light conditions need different lens.
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  Quote boardtrader Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/20/2014 at 1:34pm
Seems like some over kill to me. Your should be fine with just the thermals and pants. Your going to be active don't forget.

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