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Layering clothing means putting one shirt or sweater on top of another. You may ask, why wear three sweaters when one jacket will accomplish the same results? That is just the point. The results are not the same.
In New Zealand conditions on the ski slopes can vary. To get the best out of your winter holiday you need to know what to take with you. Check out our guide on what to pack for a ski trip.
Heli-skiing offers an unparalleled skiing experience, but to do it safely you need a competent heli-ski operator. Avoid disaster, learn what to look for in a heli-ski operator.
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So, you’re setting out to buy your first pair of skis. Knowing the basics will help you buy your skis with a little more authority.
Today, it is difficult to find a skier or boarder who doesn’t wear a helmet. Not surprising when you consider that skiers regularly exceed 40 kph – would you ride a motorcycle without one?
A decent pair of ski gloves is mandatory if you want to enjoy your time on the snow. How do you choose the right ones?
Everyone knows snow sports are expensive, but whether you’re skiing or snowboarding you you just can’t do without a decent pair of ski goggles.
Lagging behind your friends on the slopes? Are those turns harder than you remembered? It’s probably time to wax your skis.