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Pre-season training is essential, but don't forget to properly prepare your equipment and ski apparel to protect yourself from the hardest weather conditions. Every seasoned skier knows how to maintain their skis and choose the proper clothing, but those who are just starting out or have only been skiing for a few seasons need brush up on their skills. Learn how to choose your ski clothes so you can have a good time on the slopes and not acquire a cold.

Which ski/snowboard jacket should I buy?

Dress in three layers: a thermal base layer, a warming layer, and a protective outer layer. This will keep you warm and dry while you ski.

Choose the appropriate membrane rating: The waterproofness and breathability of your ski jacket and leggings will be determined by the membrane rating. Select a membrane rating suited for the weather conditions in which you will be skiing.

When shopping for ski clothing, look for features like a hood, pockets, a powder skirt, and adjustable cuffs and hems. These features will keep you comfortable and safe on the slopes.

Don't forget about the accessories: In addition to ski clothes, you'll need gloves, goggles, a helmet, and a neck gaiter. These gadgets will keep you warm and safe from the elements.

Transport your ski equipment in a ski and boot bag to protect it. This will safeguard it against the elements and damage.

If you're traveling to the ski resort, don't leave your equipment on the top of your car. It will be exposed to salt and dirt as a result of this.

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Ski attire for the trip

If you are physically fit and your equipment has been maintained, it is time to select the appropriate ski clothes. If this is not your first season, you are almost definitely already outfitted with a ski jacket, ski pants, gloves, and a helmet. If your gear didn't function well last season, it's worth rethinking what you need on the slopes to keep you warm and sheltered from the snow.

It is necessary to wear three layers, which are as follows:

Thermal underwear is designed to drain moisture away from the body while also providing proper thermoregulation.

A warming layer is a fleece, hoodie, or pants that stores the heat produced by your body.

Outer layer protection - trousers, ski jacket, and accessories that shield you from changing weather conditions.

Ski apparel should be chosen primarily for technical reasons. Of course, you should match its sophistication to your abilities and frequency of excursions - if you actively spend every free moment on the slopes, you should choose the most advanced clothing. The most significant characteristics are good thermal insulation, waterproofing, and breathability even in extreme weather.

Which ski/snowboard jacket should I buy?

A well-chosen ski jacket or snowboard jacket is always the foundation of the outer layer of clothing to protect you from the elements. Finding the perfect one may appear difficult, and the large number of models available does not make things any easier, especially for novices. Contrary to popular belief, it does not have to be difficult. Do you know what to look for when purchasing a ski or snowboarding jacket? What counts are two main parameters: waterproofness and breathability, which are often determined by the membrane rating in the case of outdoor apparel.

What exactly is a membrane? It is a material with microholes that does not let water from the outside to pass through but wicks away the water produced by your body as a result of extreme effort. We have no doubt that a membrane ski jacket is the ideal choice for skiing and snowboarding. Which one should I pick? 

You have a few options depending on the conditions when you hit the slopes:

Ski jackets with a 3,000-5,000 mm membrane will function well in light rain or snow.

Ski jackets with a 5,000-10,000 mm membrane - appropriate for severe weather conditions and heavier precipitation.

Ski jackets with a membrane thickness of 10,000-20,000 mm will keep you dry even in a downpour or snowfall.

It is a good idea to match your ski jacket's membrane rating to your preferred riding circumstances. If you are not skiing in extremely bad weather, a 5,000- or 8,000-mm membrane is more than adequate.

Furthermore, all 4F ski jackets are moisture-wicking and have technologies that drain away perspiration and leave your skin dry and efficiently protected against heat loss, helping you stay comfortable in all situations.

When selecting the proper ski and snowboard jacket, pay attention to elements such as the hood, pockets, or powder skirt, which prevents snow from getting under the garment, as well as the design! Models of 4F ski jackets combine sophisticated technical features and high quality with a trendy look. This will make finding the perfect jacket a joy.

How do I choose ski/snowboard pants? Excellent advice

On the slopes, good ski or snowboard trousers are also necessary. Which ones should you pick? As with jackets, a model with a membrane will effectively protect you from the elements and keep moisture away from your skin. Let's look at their styles to experience comfort on the slopes.

The cut of ski pants and snowboard pants differs. The former are more fitted to the body and frequently have braces or a high rise and leg adjustability, allowing the ski trousers to fit properly for optimal comfort. Snowboard pants, on the other hand, are baggier, more baggy, and have more pockets. The cut is best suited to your chosen discipline. Color is also significant. The more visible you are on the slopes, the brighter the color you choose.

Furthermore, 4F ski and snowboard trousers include a number of innovations that improve riding comfort and protection against cold, rain, wind, and snow, such as the Thermodry System (responsible for greater ventilation of the trousers) and DWR (impregnation for waterproofing). Simply select the appropriate size and color to completely enjoy winter activities while avoiding pain even in adverse weather conditions!

We've written more about how to get the correct ski jacket or trousers in past blogs, so we invite you to review our tips for selecting the ski clothing and accessories you'll need during the active season:

It's also worth mentioning winter beanie, balaclava, scarf, and ski socks, which are less frequently mentioned yet are just as necessary when skiing.

Ski equipment in good condition

Even if your equipment operated well last season, you should have it serviced to check the condition of your bindings, for example. If your bindings are quite old, you might think about changing them. Always request that the service expert adjust the individual release force so that the bindings only respond when absolutely necessary.

Of course, the edges of your skis should be honed before the season begins. Make sure they're thoroughly polished, not just on the side of the ski, but also on the bottom. This will maintain them sharper for a longer period of time and make them easier to maneuver. The more challenging the slope and conditions, the more you will feel the impacts of improperly equipped skis, especially if you prefer carving.

Everyone is aware that skis must be waxed. The paraffin sprayed to the surface ensures smooth glide and preserves the equipment's structure from drying out. Remember to wax your skis once every few days of skiing because their structure deteriorates quickly and snow easily sticks to them. It is also a good idea to request that the service specialist use a lubricant appropriate for the expected weather conditions, such as paraffin for cold and hard snow that lasts longer on the bases and a fluorine-based lubricant that repels water particles for wet snow.

Take care when transporting your skis, as they must not rub against each other during the travel. Carrying unprotected equipment on the car roof exposes it to salt and dirt damage. Also, ensure that you have the proper ski and boot bags.

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