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GrantLewisIsDNTMHey NS. When I ski, I really hate wearing thick jackets and stuff like that, I usually just like to wear a hoodie as my outer layer. Problem is, now that the temps are dropping to around 20° at night on the east coast, a tee shirt and hoodie don't even kind of cut it for warmth. Is there any way for me to layer (certain shirts, amount of shirts, etc) so that I can wear a hoodie as outerwear and not die from the cold?
LarsTynesWear your thermal/wool layer closest to the body. Add up with fleece, and avoid cotton. The more warm air you keep inside your outer layer, the warmer. So wearing more tees and hoodies inside your jacket usually just squeezes air out and makes you colder. The same principle applies to ski boots. If your feet are constantly cold you're prolly rockin too thick socks. Those few millies do all the difference.