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What kinda of gear does everyone wear in the winter season to keep warm and safe? 

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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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Took a cruise this morning but didn't have enough clothes on, guess I'll have to invest in something windproof and warm.

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Carhart jacket , gloves , balakava , ski pants , the ski pants are great when plowing 

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

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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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This is my basic winter riding gear...lol. Was out today in the snow.

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Had to be chilly out on the wheeler today even if dressed with a bunch of layers.

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it's been 50s and 60s here so I can't get on my warm gear.. until we get some lasting systems, here's what's going on in the sierras...

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10 hours ago, gutthooked said:

Had to be chilly out on the wheeler today even if dressed with a bunch of layers.

Freezing, and last night it was so cold my wood deck was making loud banging noises from the wood contracting or something.

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7 hours ago, Ajmboy said:

Freezing, and last night it was so cold my wood deck was making loud banging noises from the wood contracting or something.

Yeah the house was creeping and popping here, at one time thought I had a visitor on the porch. Went down to -8° this morning. 

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6 hours ago, gutthooked said:

Yeah the house was creeping and popping here, at one time thought I had a visitor on the porch. Went down to -8° this morning. 

Yeah its been cold in the northeast!!!!

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