So, January is back. Welcome to 2015. It’s snowing and that’s a good thing. It’s also kinda chilly, and that’s normal.
Now, we’re skiers & riders, and we live in Vermont. We embrace many different kinds of weather that some people would call “extreme’. We know our sport involves snow, sleet, wind, ice and yet we boot up each morning, throw on whatever clothing the day dictates and get out on the slopes to have a little (sometimes a LOT) of fun메이저사이트.
It’s kind of unique actually – we’re totally dependent on the weather to enjoy ourselves, yet, no matter what the weather is doing, we don’t care. We adapt. We dress appropriately. We shred anyway. Keep that in mind.
Skies are partly sunny now, but here’s how things look over the next few days, according to the experts:
Definitely double puffy weather.
I’d say, on average, I spend about 7 months out of the year wondering why I have so much gear, 3 months getting way too excited to buy even more stuff as the season approaches, and 2 months being really glad I have it all. This month is one of the latter.
January is a month where I’m glad I bought that 800 fill puffy jacket. I’m glad I have 4 different Under Armour options for super cold weather. I’m glad I sprung for the goose down Gordini mitts, and I’m glad I have a facemask. Most of it may sit on a shelf or hangar 7 months out of the year, but do you know why I have it all?
So I can snowboard anyway, any day.
Adapt. Layer up. Shred. Repeat. It’s time to hit the mountain.