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post #31 of 34

I always bought lots of extra mittens at TJ Maxx or some other discounter ... gloves and mittens always get lost and/or wet, so backups lived in the car, just in case. 

post #32 of 34
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I always bought lots of extra mittens at TJ Maxx or some other discounter ... gloves and mittens always get lost and/or wet, so backups lived in the car, just in case. 

Same goes for socks.  Turn your back for two seconds and they've kicked off their boots and walked around the soggy lodge carpet in their socks..

post #33 of 34
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Buy several and bring two or three to the hill. Kids love to chew on them or otherwise put them in their mouth, and their breath will soak through and freeze. Always a parade to the hand dryers at lunch time to try and dry them out.


Has anyone seen ColdAvenger (http://shop.coldavenger.com/balaclava/) on the slopes? Guess you could avoid the lunch time parade but look kinda... freaky...  but warm?

post #34 of 34
They're a Missoula business, so I've seen them here, but never asked about them. I'd certainly take one if they were handouts, but what I use works good enough.
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