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how to choose the best base layer for skiing

How to pick the best base layer for skiing

Not all base layers will fit all conditions. There is a big difference in temperature between going skiing at the beginning of January or in mid-April. And there’s an even bigger difference in temperature between going skiing in cold Trysil in Norway and going skiing in sunny Serre Chevalier in […]

How to choose the best back protection for skiing

Back protectors have long been a staple among elite race skiers, ski cross athletes, off-piste enthusiasts, and snow park trick skiers. Spinal protectors are also still more common among snowboarders than among skiers. Back protection (or spine protection, whichever you prefer) for skiers is slowly gaining popularity among recreational skiers.  […]

Best family ski resorts at Christmas

If your biggest wish for Christmas is to spend some quality time o the slopes together with your family, you’ve come to the right place. Below, I’ve compiled a list of the best child-friendly ski resorts, you can go to during the holidays. But in order to do that, I […]

How should I take care of my ski boots?

Your ski boots are the most important purchase next to your ski jacket. And a good ski boot is an investment so naturally, you want to take good care of your boots. But how do you do that? What’s the best way to care for your ski boots, when you’re […]

Should I wear a helmet when skiing?

Through the years, I’ve heard arguments for and against wearing a helmet while skiing. So I decided to do some research in order to see if I could come up with a definite answer. So should you wear a helmet when skiing? Yes! You should definitely wear a helmet when […]

How to find a snow-sure ski resort

Not all winters are created equal. While some winters offer lots of snow, others offer almost none at all. Everyone who has been on a ski trip, with no snow can agree, that looking up at closed ski runs with huge spots of green grass or trying to ski in […]