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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-13-2008, 10:46 AM
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What do you wear under your coat n pants?

Do you JUST wear your snowpardiong pants? OR do you throw a pear of sweatpants or soemthing under?
And under your coat do you wear another sweatshirt or jsut a t-shirt?

Also do must snowboarders wear that lil neck warmer thing? Or no?
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Do you JUST wear your snowboardiong pants? OR do you throw a pair of sweatpants or something under?
And under your coat do you wear another sweatshirt or just a t-shirt?

Also do must snowboarders wear that lil neck warmer thing? Or no?
depends how cold it is........and how insulated ur jacket n pants are.....neck warmer?? like a scarf? no....maybe a face warmer if its real cold

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If it's not too cold, I just wear snowpants and my jacket. If it gets colder I wear shorts and snowpants, a long sleeved shirt and jacket. On a real cold day I like PJ's, snowpants, hoodie and jacket.

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all depends on temp. warm days:
boxers under pants
t-shirt under jacket
or thermal and t-shit

cold days:
thermals under pants
thermal shirt/tshirt/fleece/jacket.

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Warm day
- lightweight thermal pants + shirt
- pants + jacket

As it gets cooler I add more layers to the top. Never to the bottom.

I use a face warmer/scarf thing only when its crazy cold.
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I dress light compared to most people I see. I don't see how people with insulated jackets and Turtle Fur neck warmers can stand it. I ride with an aggressive alpine style, though, which usually has me keeps me very warm...usually hot, sweaty, and panting in fact.

For most Pennsylvania days, I wear flyweight thermals top and bottom, under unisulated Gore-Tex pants and a jacket shell. Pit and croch zips usually open. As it gets colder, I wear heavier thermals with a zip neck and occassionally a fleece vest. If it's snowing (real or by snowguns), I'll also wear a super thin capilene balaclava pulled down to my chin. It's very rarely cold enough here to wear a fleece jacket beneath the shell. A helmet and googles add alot heat, too, usually not desired. The quick test to tell if I'm dressed right or not is to consider how I feel when I'm getting ready in the parking lot. I should be cold, almost to the point of shivering. If not, I'm overdressed and will cook on the slopes.

I don't like anything cotton, like T-shirts or sweatshirts. They suck up sweat and snow and get uncomfortable fast.

Typical dress for a day on the slopes...
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Actually on normal days I'll do comfy shorts, and colder days I'll wear sweat pants.

T-Shirt for normal, T-Shirt and Longsleeve(either a T or sweater) for cold days.

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Boxers and either a beater and tshirt or...one of those underarmour thingyies and a tshirt.

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pj's and a tshirt
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I'm a firm believer in Patagonia's Capilene stuff as a base layer for almost any conditions. If it's warm enough, I just wear the base layer and then a jacket/snow pants.
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