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Originally Posted by EatRideSleep View Post
coco, I haven't tried this (yet) but a non-snowboarding friend does this for another outdoor activity: put a hand warmer in your bra.

You probably have to wrap it in some sort of liner, since they can get pretty hot.

It makes sense; if your core is warm your body is warm.
If it gets really cold, I might actually try that. It might have other... added benefits too.

Originally Posted by readimag
The real question is how cold are you on the way down? If you are sweating on the way down there is your problem also. While a 10k insulated jacket is nice you need a gore shell and an insulating layer try to stay away from down filled jackets as once they get wet they don’t hold heat. I have a arcteryx atom lt and I only use it for days in the singles or I just burn up.
I think I'm pretty comfortable on the way down, except maybe my arms/hands. I don't sweat much while snowboarding so I guess that's not a problem.

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