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kitenski wrote:
biddpyat wrote:
I fail to see the use in a heated bootbag? or am I missing something?


You are missing something Smile

I use mine every night to dry off the boots after skiing. My previous pair of boots were incredibly difficult to get on when cold, but much easier when warmed/dryed over night. I was advised not to use the hotel hot air dryers as they could potentially damage my Zipfit liner.

Also very handy if driving and putting on boots in a cold car park!
If there isn't a heated boot rack, I always bring the boots to the room, place them near the heat source, warm in the morning, the car keeps them warm if driving to the first lift, I usually take the boots out of their bag when we arrive and they don't see it again till we are flying home.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
biddpyat wrote:
kitenski wrote:
biddpyat wrote:
I fail to see the use in a heated bootbag? or am I missing something?


You are missing something Smile

I use mine every night to dry off the boots after skiing. My previous pair of boots were incredibly difficult to get on when cold, but much easier when warmed/dryed over night. I was advised not to use the hotel hot air dryers as they could potentially damage my Zipfit liner.

Also very handy if driving and putting on boots in a cold car park!
If there isn't a heated boot rack, I always bring the boots to the room, place them near the heat source, warm in the morning, the car keeps them warm if driving to the first lift, I usually take the boots out of their bag when we arrive and they don't see it again till we are flying home.


Dont't do what a friend of mine did and put them too close to a woodburner and melt a hole in the shell.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@ster, pfft, nothing one of our resident boot-shamen can't fix.

Is Ski Bunnies still going? Maybe you could get him a voucher?
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Richard_Sideways wrote:


Is Ski Bunnies still going? Maybe you could get him a voucher?


Yep, they are, https://www.hammade.com/collections/prints/sports - we have a trio of them but as the house is partially of the one plank bent, the trio includes the snowboarding bunny - there's another ski one they don't seem to do anymore.

These are fun too but perhaps not quite 50th territory https://www.theskierslounge.co.uk/accessories/posters-and-prints/ski-resorts-of-europe-map-with-scratch-off-panels__2916


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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
@always29, maybe this the Ski Bunnies that @Richard_Sideways, refers to?

http://ski-bunnies.com/bookings.html
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ster wrote:
@always29, maybe this the Ski Bunnies that @Richard_Sideways, refers to?

http://ski-bunnies.com/bookings.html


Nah, he looks at the same triptych that I do on the dinning room wall! Well, unless he's planning on sneaking off boarding sans famille this winter, in which case I'd better have a chat with him!
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 Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
ster wrote:
biddpyat wrote:
kitenski wrote:
biddpyat wrote:
I fail to see the use in a heated bootbag? or am I missing something?


You are missing something Smile

I use mine every night to dry off the boots after skiing. My previous pair of boots were incredibly difficult to get on when cold, but much easier when warmed/dryed over night. I was advised not to use the hotel hot air dryers as they could potentially damage my Zipfit liner.

Also very handy if driving and putting on boots in a cold car park!
If there isn't a heated boot rack, I always bring the boots to the room, place them near the heat source, warm in the morning, the car keeps them warm if driving to the first lift, I usually take the boots out of their bag when we arrive and they don't see it again till we are flying home.


Dont't do what a friend of mine did and put them too close to a woodburner and melt a hole in the shell.
Oh I did that with my husbands hard hat ( showjumping velvet) it was all damp so I put it in the bottom of the stove ( the warming oven) forgot about it till I got the smell, it melted into a flat disk, (war ensued)
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Most snow sports enthusiasts have their own preferences for gear.

For consumables: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Piz-Buin-Mountain-Glacier-Cream-SPF30/dp/B01M1RJU7Q/ref=asc_df_B01M1RJU7Q/?tag=amz07b-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=309816017895&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=1763328529585836180&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007327&hvtargid=pla-469488253812&psc=1&th=1
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Have a quick look online, search Ski gondola Christmas tree decoration. I've just bought one for a friend and it's so good I had to get myself one!
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Hemel do a brilliant "board in a day course" I'd recommend.

Not sure if @Admin, still does them, but a Snowheads Calendar? Actually @Admin are you still doing them? Can I have one?

I wouldn't buy him boot heaters if he's got fitted booties.

Heated insoles, ResQ ski device, , snowboard multi tool, Sticks of P-Tex, avalanche Shovel, probe, Merino ski socks or T-shirts, whistle (for tree-skiing/cat-skjiing in Canada) are all pressies I've loved to receive.
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