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Spring Skiing Essentials

Spring is here. On the best days this means sunshine, blue skies and corn snow. On the other days this could mean rain or heavy, wet snow. Be prepared for all the conditions Mother Nature could throw at you with the right gear. We’ve picked four spring skiing essentials we think no ski racer should be without:

Race Training Shorts

Arctica Training Shorts are spring skiing essentials.

As the days get longer and the sun stays higher in the sky, temperatures rise and snow melts. Protect your ski racers backside from wet lifts and splintered picnic benches with a pair of Race Training Shorts 2.0. Available in 8 colors and 5 sizes, there is a short for every ski racers needs.

Black Kat Stretch Shorts

Black Kat Stretch Shorts Front

For those who prefer a more fitted look…you may want to try the Black Kat Stretch Shorts. The perfect blend of stretch and protection for a comfortable day on the hill. These shorts are available in size XXS to XL and are guaranteed to fit like a glove.

Speed Freak Hoodie

Junior ski racer wearing one of our spring skiing essentials - the Arctica Speed Freak hoodie.

The Speed Freak Hoodie is our most versatile and best selling jacket. By itself with a tech tee or thin layer underneath it is the perfect weight for cool spring mornings that warm up in the afternoon. Layered under a shell it’s a warm and lightweight mid-layer piece for those colder days. No ski racer should be without this versatile and affordable spring skiing essential.

A good pair of sunglasses

A good pair of sunglasses is certainly one of your spring skiing essentials.

No spring ski day would be complete without a cool pair of shades. We think these Briko Patriot Sunglasses fit the bill and should be part of your spring skiing essentials. For apres ski in true ski racer style, these are the shades to wear. Made in Italy, high quality optics, UVA/UVB sun protection and good looking too!

Happy spring! Here’s hoping you get to enjoy several weeks of spring skiing before the end of the ski season.

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