Ski Clothing for first (trial) ski trip

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Jul-2012
John987
Travel wash for socks, thermals, t shirts. Do it every day for your first three days if you got three pairs of socks and your sorted for the week. first pair will be dry by day four regardless of heating system in your accommodation. It does not take long. Take hand warmers with you a lot cheaper than in resorts. Would try to get balaclavas invade very cold.better to have them and not need them, than need them and not have them.
Multi pack of mini chocs you can never go wrong!
Jul-2012
Ian Wickham
john987 wrote:Travel wash for socks, thermals, t shirts. Do it every day for your first three days if you got three pairs of socks and your sorted for the week. first pair will be dry by day four regardless of heating system in your accommodation. It does not take long. Take hand warmers with you a lot cheaper than in resorts. Would try to get balaclavas invade very cold.better to have them and not need them, than need them and not have them.
Multi pack of mini chocs you can never go wrong!


Forget about three pairs of socks you will find you only need one !!!! pair that is
Jul-2012
Daved
wait and go to TK Maxx...they usually have lots of ski gear in come September..
Jul-2012
Brooksy
Ian Wickham wrote:
john987 wrote:Travel wash for socks, thermals, t shirts. Do it every day for your first three days if you got three pairs of socks and your sorted for the week. first pair will be dry by day four regardless of heating system in your accommodation. It does not take long. Take hand warmers with you a lot cheaper than in resorts. Would try to get balaclavas invade very cold.better to have them and not need them, than need them and not have them.
Multi pack of mini chocs you can never go wrong!


Forget about three pairs of socks you will find you only need one !!!! pair that is


You & your one pair of socks are becoming notorious
Jul-2012
Vidhur
Thank you all for your comments. Lots of ideas here and good suggestions. I will try to borrow but may end up having to buy most of it. If I am going to places like TK Maxx how do I know what is good quality and what is not (especially regarding the jacket)
Jul-2012
Daved
TK Maxx usually sell branded items...my jacket is a Columbia and has done me a few seasons
Jul-2012
Ian Wickham
brooksy wrote:
Ian Wickham wrote:
john987 wrote:Travel wash for socks, thermals, t shirts. Do it every day for your first three days if you got three pairs of socks and your sorted for the week. first pair will be dry by day four regardless of heating system in your accommodation. It does not take long. Take hand warmers with you a lot cheaper than in resorts. Would try to get balaclavas invade very cold.better to have them and not need them, than need them and not have them.
Multi pack of mini chocs you can never go wrong!


Forget about three pairs of socks you will find you only need one !!!! pair that is


You & your one pair of socks are becoming notorious


Brooksy my feey don't sweat at minus temps, my pits get a bit sweaty though
Jul-2012
Brooksy
Ian Wickham wrote:
brooksy wrote:
Ian Wickham wrote:
john987 wrote:Travel wash for socks, thermals, t shirts. Do it every day for your first three days if you got three pairs of socks and your sorted for the week. first pair will be dry by day four regardless of heating system in your accommodation. It does not take long. Take hand warmers with you a lot cheaper than in resorts. Would try to get balaclavas invade very cold.better to have them and not need them, than need them and not have them.
Multi pack of mini chocs you can never go wrong!


Forget about three pairs of socks you will find you only need one !!!! pair that is


You & your one pair of socks are becoming notorious


Brooksy my feey don't sweat at minus temps, my pits get a bit sweaty though


Ian, that's your opinion & only yours also if they don't smell why did you say you would put them under my pillow, or was that just to keep them warm & the bacteria alive

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