One of the things that’s not so great about skiing is how cold it can get. After all, you’re spending hours at a time out in the chilly snow and ice. The wind whips your face as you glide downhill, and even though you’re generating body heat to help yourself stay warm, it usually isn’t long at all before you start to feel the cold.
Consider the following
Depending on the conditions of the mountain it is wise to consider all of these while packing for your trip
This layer is the layer that will protect you from the snow or rain. Today, a lot of snowboard outerwear is made with Gore-Tex, which is the top of the pile for tech.
The mid layer is your main insulating layer. A good mid layer will keep heat trapped next to your body. Snowboarders normally skip a mid-layer on the legs as your legs will naturally stay warm whilst riding anyway.
This is the layer you wear next to your skin. The main aim of a base layer is to absorb away any sweat your body generates whilst snowboarding as this will keep your body warm.
When purchasing a snowboard you can check this chart to determine how long of a board you should buy
Bindings and boots
Accessories can help you stay safe, keep you warm, and improve your riding conditions.