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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
i am going to alps dhuez in jan ,i have been skiing for 5 years and have always gone early jan (italy1 .austria 2 and bulgaria 3 times .i have always skied in just a ski jacket and t shirt ,is this the norm or as somebody told me i have been very lucky with the weather ? i will be interested to hear peoples views Very Happy Very Happy

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I cover all options when I pack for my ski holiday. I have endured some bl**dy cold days on the mountains where I've needed a thermal vest/leggings and fleecy base layer under my ski suit, and equally some gorgeous warm days where I've been warm with just a T-shirt under my jacket...

I normally ski in March when on a whole it's a bit warmer than January, but I still pack a selection of base layers just in case. It's not like they take up much room. I don't have fancy expensive gear, just a couple of lightweight fleecey ones (£7.95 from Decathlon) and a couple of thin 'wicking' long sleeved T-shirts (again, less than a tenner from Decathlon or Mountain Warehouse)...
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