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how should i layer up for breckenridge?

I've got a burton insulated jacket and a pants shell. I was thinking one thermal shirt for upper and long johns with sweatpants under my pants shell. Thanks in advance. Is there a chart somewhere to help out with layering?
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I've been to Breckenridge the past two years. Didn't need anything more/less than I usually use in equivalent temps - base layer is DuFold and Burton socks. Up top, a t-shirt over the DuFold top and then a North Face Century zip-up. Outer layer is just a Burton or DC jacket and pants. It is not Antarctica.
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I just went this past December. I wore snowboard pants, and a thermal long sleeve. It was warm out to me. I like the cold though.
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