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Clothing for riding on sitski
Clothing for riding on sitski

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Clothing for riding on sitski

Several layers of thin, warm clothing are appropriate for a person who rides on a sitski

Description
The user has technical underwear, fleece clothing and Gore-Tex trousers and jacket.

Authors comments
The user prefers several layers of thin clothing; thick sweaters make it difficult for him to move. Most people who ski actively stay warm all the way down to -15/20 degrees C.
People who freeze easily can put a heat pack in each boot. The heat pack maintains a temperature of about 50 degrees C and lasts for a few hours at -15 degrees C. When the heat pack cools off it can be boiled for about 10 min in plain water. The manufacturer says it can be recharged about 1000 times.

Additional information is available at hem.fyristorg.com/NordicSitski/html-hemsida-2002/index.html (last checked Juni 2017).

Purchased from
Sports supply stores

Paid for by
The user

Tip is dated from 2007

Categories for this tip
recreation, leisure » winter sports, Tips and tricks from people with Low paraplegia (Th11- S1, ASIA A, B).

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