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post #31 of 45
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Rather just rough it out. It is part of the experience.

 

If I want comfortable I'd just stay in the lodge.


I'm sure you ski in a much different place.

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post #32 of 45
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Originally Posted by ecimmortal View Post
 


I'm sure you ski in a much different place.

 

Maybe, but I'd rather not wear excess things unless absolutely necessary.

post #33 of 45

Lemme guess.......you ski without a jacket to improve the "experience" too, right?  Heck, who even needs skis!  Just jump in a garbage bag and take a run at the hill.

 

;)

post #34 of 45

You don't need goggles if you ski slow enough.:D

post #35 of 45
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Originally Posted by Gunnerbob View Post
 

Lemme guess.......you ski without a jacket to improve the "experience" too, right?  Heck, who even needs skis!  Just jump in a garbage bag and take a run at the hill.

 

;)

 

Sure, if I could get away with not freezing.

 

Why would you want a big bulky jacket on when you don't need it? 

post #36 of 45
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You don't need goggles if you ski slow enough.:D

 

Some eyes can deal with wind alot better than others. 

 

Maybe wearing contact lenses also has something to do with it. 

post #37 of 45

I have to ask, how much skiing have you done? Are you new to this sport?

post #38 of 45
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Oakleys with the H.I. yellow lens is my favorite. 

 

 

+1 for the Oakley HI Yellow lens.

post #39 of 45
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Originally Posted by diesel47 View Post
 

 

Some eyes can deal with wind alot better than others. 

 

Maybe wearing contact lenses also has something to do with it. 

 

64 posts seems like a lot for a troll.

post #40 of 45
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64 posts seems like a lot for a troll.

And yet...
post #41 of 45
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I have to ask, how much skiing have you done? Are you new to this sport?

 

 

He/she has skied 5 yrs but may have had some lessons "Back in the day".  5'10" 130 lbs so prob 15 years old Im guessing? Uses K2 5500 for $20 at a garage sale.

 

Check other posts.... TROLL!!!!!

post #42 of 45
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He/she has skied 5 yrs but may have had some lessons "Back in the day".  5'10" 130 lbs so prob 15 years old Im guessing? Uses K2 5500 for $20 at a garage sale.

 

Check other posts.... TROLL!!!!!

Because not being a fatass = must be 15 right? 

 

:rotflmao:

post #43 of 45
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Because not being a fatass = must be 15 right? 

 

:rotflmao:

 

No, it's because you sound like an idiot when talking about goggles so we're hoping you're not old enough to know better.  Although 15 is old enough.

post #44 of 45
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I understand ecimmortal's frustration at people not using the search function before starting a new thread. It's how we ended up with four threads on the inherent risk of avalanches.

 

Avalanches are risky?  Whodathunkit.

post #45 of 45

Learned what to buy for old guy. 

Thanks to well explained ref's and choices...fit etc

Skiing without goggles west coast, is like skiing without gloves...or socks

As for several threads on same subject, I put in a search, I got an answer...what's the big deal?

....started with bamboo poles, cables, straps....and red eyes

so really thanks folks for the advice.

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