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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-04-2011, 01:50 PM
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Pro tip: Put your glove inside your jacket when you take it off to keep it from getting cold. Then your hand is cold for a shorter time.

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To be honest it was actually a piece of metal, that I think broke off the ankle of the pants, that got stuck in the boot. It's the first time anything like this has happened and I tried searching for the foreign object at the bottom of the mountain, couldn't find it, then started digging into me again. Normally I'd just wait 'til I got to the bottom again but there was a good wait on the lifts and I wanted to enjoy my ride down the rest of the mountain.

Yes, I was using rental gear, one of the reasons I'll be getting my own kit for next season.

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Originally Posted by )(ood View Post
Spring gloves make it a breeze. Also, if you tend to take your gloves off a lot on the hill and you need to wear Winter gloves, there are glove liners out there that have grippy palms which will fight off the cold and make any untimely boot or binding adjustment much more bearable...
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Even get those little elementary school gloves, you know the ones. Buddy does it all the time...then again, he's a skier
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