Skiing Style For Next Winter

Monday, August 03, 2015

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Winter might seem like a long way off, but judging by how quickly this year has flown by so far it's going to be here quicker than we think. If you're planning a winter skiing trip, there are some amazing upcoming trends in ski apparel that will mean buying for your trip will be that much more fun. Wearing the right gear can make a huge difference, not only to how warm and insulated you are but also to your confidence and actual skiing performance too! When you're skiing you want to enjoy the experience without having to worry about getting too hot or too cold, and so choosing the right gear is essential to make your as enjoyable as possible. From the latest in thermal wear technology to the latest colours and patterns in fashion, there are some amazing style trends to choose from. 

The Latest Skiing Trends
Both designer and high street stores are bringing out a range of ski apparel designs in a variety of colours and styles. Some of these include:
-Triclimate ski jackets: the ThermoBall insulated jacket can be worn alone or under your jacket for a warm interior. The outer shell is waterproof with vents to allow air to get out. It also features extra goggle space, hand warmer pockets, and an adjustable hood.
-Printed thermal wear: many designers are bringing out thermal wear in a range of designs, using geometric and chevron prints, strips, and bright neon colours.
-Block colours: there are a range of options when it comes to choosing your outerwear, and block colours are once again in style. Bright reds, greens, and yellows as well as pastel shades are in style, ensuring you will be seen on the slopes.


Latest Designs in Ski Equipment
There are some fantastic new ski equipment designs that you can invest in to make your skiing as enjoyable as possible. Some of the latest designs include:
-Smart snow goggles: these innovative ski goggles feature a small display at the bottom of the lenses that track your speed, elevation, play music, show messages, and the location of others in your group.
-Ski carriers: one of the most challenging aspects of skiing is dragging your skis back to your chalet. A ski carrier binds the skis together, and there is a strap allowing you to carry them easily.
-Clip-on grips: it can be treacherous if you try to walk around on icy roads in ski boots. Ski grips clip onto the bottom of your shoe and should stop you slipping or falling when you aren’t on the mountains.
-Neofleece neck and face warmers: for skiers, the area that often gets cold is the lower face and neck. Neofleece technology allows you to wear a face and neck warmer that lets your skin breathe and allows air out.

You can get ski jackets, equipment, clothes for skiing and après-ski all at the reputable skis.com, who also sell accessories such as eye goggles, undergarments, skis, and more. Even regular beach holidays require a lot of planning and packing when it comes to clothes and accessories, but with skiing there's even more to take into consideration; if you buy skiwear in your chosen destination it can be much more expensive than buying at home. So it's well worth creating a list of what you need, and making sure you're organised well in advance.

Have you ever been skiing?

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  1. Ive never been skiing but would love to go. maybe when my kids are a little older!

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