What clothes you need to stay warm during your skiing trips
Don’t feel that you’ve missed out on a skiing experience. Because if you get moving, there’s still a little time left for you to enjoy the skiing in some places. And you have the opportunity to stock up on some fabulous jackets that will come in handy next year when you can make an early start. Take a look at some cute and durable options in jackets:
Jackets are absolutely essential while skiing but you need to layer yourself with other garments too. The first layer against your skin should be a dri-feel fabric that keeps you dry and comfortable. A fleece, full-sleeved shirt is good for the mid layer. Then add the skiing jacket and ski pants to protect you from the elements. Don’t forget accessories like thick socks, skiing shoes and a hat to keep your head covered.
You will definitely need a jacket to warm you up in the snow. Freezing conditions call for a sturdy, dependable and dry jacket like the North Face rain jacket like the lightweight Venture waterproof jacket. It is made out of environmentally friendly membrane. It is lightweight and waterproof with a breathable outer layer, attached adjustable hood with drawcord and zippered underarm vents for maximum air flow. It has stowable hand pockets and adjustable Velcro cuff tabs.
The well-fitting Aphelion Triclimate North Face jacket is a versatile piece with a breathable, waterproof shell. It has Body-mapped Heatseeker insulation to keep you warm on your skiing trip. This jacket is sporty and stylish and offers unparalleled protection against cold conditions. The nylon Hyvent keeps rain and wind out yet stays dry and breathable on the inside.
Adele Triclimate North Face jacket for women is insulated to keep you protected from the cold. It’s specifically designed for the adventure-ridden, hard-core athletes to keep them dry, warm and comfortable all-day long. It has a fully-seamed exterior shell and an insulated, removable interior jacket with specially designed wavy quilting detailing for warmth and protection.
The Alpine Project soft shell jacket for women from North Face provides 100% windproof protection and is rain and snow-resistant. This hooded jacket is great for layering when the temperature drops abruptly or can be used as a standalone layer for milder weather too. It’s a flexible jacket and is harness compatible.