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Gloves, ski jacket and ski/snow pants if snow. I also use a balaclava under helmet, thinsulate gloves, winter boots and warm socks (thermal underwear also if really cold). On the quad I do have the hand mitts I sometimes use and used to have heated grips.

Added the word "winter" to your topic since its mostly about cold weather gear 😁

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12 hours ago, gutthooked said:

Ended up getting a ski coat and pants for cheap. Can't wait to try em out....

The trick is to stay warm and not wet. Clothes you would use for skiing or snowboarding, I find work very well in the northeast. warm socks, cloves and good head warmth under helmet and you should be all set.

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