I had a pair of Edelwiess stretch pants from the late 70s. They were perfect for skiing in warmer conditions. They weren't too tight or baggy. Unfortunately, after years of service I was no longer able to stitch them back together again two seasons ago. I haven't found anything in today's gear that were as comfortable.
Ive got this little velcro strap that fits in your pocket but turns into a ski tote type of thing, its very handy to carry skis londistances, like through beaver creek village... vail... to the car. I'm looking for more of them.
My MOD X's. Love 'em (but then, I don't have the money for 3 or 4 pair of skis!) Used to have some Dynamic VR 27's, incredible ski! Burned up in a car fire! I found very quickly carbon kevlar is tough, but it sure does melt! (or at least the rest of the skis did!)
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Utah49: #1.My Helmet...What few brain cells I still have been all the protection they can get.
#2. skiPants... It's just to damn cold and embrrassing to ski without pants on. :<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
at least you put the helmet #1.
I have skied pantsless with the bucket still on!
(last days @ many resorts are an awful good time.)
*** Duct tape. It's a proven fact that one just can't go fast without duct tape some where on their person.
*** My ess v,a,r's. I know there Atomic now but I still like the ess better. All my new skis have old ess bindings on them.