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Proper Snowboarding Equipment

Now on some days, depending on what part of the world you are snowboarding or the temperature of the area, you can actually get away with only wearing a t-shirt.

The first layer of clothing, when choosing the proper snowboarding gear is the thermal layer. Choose something like thermal underwear for the bottom part of your body. For the upper part of the body you should choose a long sleeve synthetic material such as polyester or polypropylene. This will help keep the moisture off of the skin, which makes for a happier snowboarder. The most important part of the first layer and key to a good fitting boot is snowboarding socks. This Snowboard Gear is essential to keep your feet warm, dry, comfortable, and padded against hard impacts.

The second layer should consist of polyester, fleece or a wool jacket. Find a good wind pant for the lower part of the body. Choosing one or more layers of this will help in keeping the warm air trapped in close to the body. Now on some days, depending on what part of the world you are snowboarding or the temperature of the area, you can actually get away with only wearing a t-shirt.

The Third layer of clothing is your official snowboarding pant and jacket. You need to find some that will fully protect you from water and wind and should be completely breathable, so that it will allow your bodies perspiration to escape while protecting you from snow, wind and water. Find a good beanie or snowboard helmet to help insulate your body temperature. Now last but surely not least is your boots, goggles, glovesArticle Submission, snowboard bindings and a snowboard that shows off your true personality.


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