Bluetooth Snowboard Hats: Stay Warm While Jammin' On The Slopes
Posted on 30 October 2014
As you probably know, nothing makes or breaks a day on the slopes quite like regulating your temperature. Let's see... first you sit on the frozen chair lift, then you push across to the next frozen lift, then you hike, sweat, ski down, and repeat! This season, focus on these tips to increase your time on the hill and decrease your time at the lodge.
1. Keep your head warm with a Tundra Beats™ Bluetooth Beanie! You lose a lot of your body heat through your head, making it difficult for your body to regulate its core body temperature. Remember, if your head is cold, your body will cut off circulation to your fingers and toes, likely making you very uncomfortable and distracted while you're trying to enjoy your day.
2. Stoke the furnace! Your body needs calories to stay warm so make sure that you have a great breakfast and that you stay hydrated throughout the day. It's better to graze throughout the day rather than eating one or two large meals.
3. Dry your gear! If you're skiing in wet clothing, it's almost impossible to stay warm. Dry your gear during breaks and don't be embarrassed to switch out liners and gloves for dry ones throughout the day.