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01-07-2014 10:02 PM
freshy
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Originally Posted by njfastlfie View Post
Cap 3 underneath snowboard pants.

Stopped on way to mountain and got a UA Cold Gear baselayer and wore under my Cap 3 top and AirBlaster Parker jacket.

Was almost perfect. Slightly chilly on lift. COMPLETELY DRY. hadn't upgraded outerwear on almost ten years. Used to always get wet but this was great.

Thank you all.
Lets just keep this between us, but sometimes I get chilly on the lift too.
01-07-2014 06:07 PM
CERBERUS.lucid Entertaining post "Please tell us if you were cold or not" LOL!!! Thanks for updating it & letting everyone know how it went. The suspense was killing me

Now go up that Agrocrag again and enjoy yourself
01-07-2014 04:07 PM
ridinbend Glad to hear you enjoyed yourself.
01-07-2014 10:13 AM
CassMT you nailed it then, edge of cold on the lift, not too hot on the run is what i shoot for
01-07-2014 10:07 AM
njfastlfie
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
Yes great thread. If information is just freely given without dickishness or humor then we may as well burn down the internet and go back to banging rocks together cuz I got no use for it. Especially when certain posters have an obvious aversion or inability to think for themselves (not accusing this one, but if the shoe fits, princess.....).

I've written several detailed posts on layering, just a couple things: capilene is baselayers, although I like to wear something real thin under a midweight like cap 3. As other have suggested, merino is the shit, I actually wear a cap1 baselayer with a merino sweater over it, the opposite but equally good as what was suggested.

12-18 degrees is my ideal riding temps, as long as you are charging it, you arent gonna freeze. Your main concern with a fleece outer layer is that if you are going fast or its windy, or if its snowing or you fall alot; fleece efficiently heats even when wet, unfortunately it does not provide wind or water resistance at all, whether it is wet or on fire.

pls let us know what you ended up wearing, how it felt, and any comments mom had....
Cap 3 underneath snowboard pants.

Stopped on way to mountain and got a UA Cold Gear baselayer and wore under my Cap 3 top and AirBlaster Parker jacket.

Was almost perfect. Slightly chilly on lift. COMPLETELY DRY. hadn't upgraded outerwear on almost ten years. Used to always get wet but this was great.

Thank you all.
01-04-2014 09:58 AM
Deacon
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Originally Posted by trapper View Post
In reality, if you're just learning you're going to be getting a workout anyways. So heat/sweat/moisture management might be the most appropriate thing here.

As for the snarky comments, just ignore them because they are meant as entertainment for the rest of us moreso than to make you or your mom feel bad.

Don't stress, snowboarding is supposed to be fun.
+1

All of this.
01-04-2014 09:46 AM
trapper In reality, if you're just learning you're going to be getting a workout anyways. So heat/sweat/moisture management might be the most appropriate thing here.

As for the snarky comments, just ignore them because they are meant as entertainment for the rest of us moreso than to make you or your mom feel bad.

Don't stress, snowboarding is supposed to be fun.
01-04-2014 09:03 AM
snowklinger
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Originally Posted by Jibfreak View Post
Perfect example of a ridiculous thread. Call your mommy and ask her!
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Originally Posted by CassMT View Post
this is funny. please let us know if you were cold or not
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Originally Posted by fraxmental View Post
hope you dont get wet
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Originally Posted by ridinbend View Post
Kids gettin it right the first time..... Nothing wrong with that. He's utilized this forum to dial in everything. Props to him.no need to be a dick.
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Originally Posted by njfastlfie View Post
Thanks bro. Lotta helpful folk.
Yes great thread. If information is just freely given without dickishness or humor then we may as well burn down the internet and go back to banging rocks together cuz I got no use for it. Especially when certain posters have an obvious aversion or inability to think for themselves (not accusing this one, but if the shoe fits, princess.....).

I've written several detailed posts on layering, just a couple things: capilene is baselayers, although I like to wear something real thin under a midweight like cap 3. As other have suggested, merino is the shit, I actually wear a cap1 baselayer with a merino sweater over it, the opposite but equally good as what was suggested.

12-18 degrees is my ideal riding temps, as long as you are charging it, you arent gonna freeze. Your main concern with a fleece outer layer is that if you are going fast or its windy, or if its snowing or you fall alot; fleece efficiently heats even when wet, unfortunately it does not provide wind or water resistance at all, whether it is wet or on fire.

pls let us know what you ended up wearing, how it felt, and any comments mom had....
01-04-2014 05:16 AM
njfastlfie
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Originally Posted by ridinbend View Post
Kids gettin it right the first time..... Nothing wrong with that. He's utilized this forum to dial in everything. Props to him.no need to be a dick.
Thanks bro. Lotta helpful folk.
01-04-2014 02:20 AM
ridinbend
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Originally Posted by Jibfreak View Post
Perfect example of a ridiculous thread. Call your mommy and ask her!
Kids gettin it right the first time..... Nothing wrong with that. He's utilized this forum to dial in everything. Props to him.no need to be a dick.
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