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Cold Days Climbing - What to wear ? 8-Jun-2007 At 1:29:21 PM DaCrux
I normally wear thermals, t-shirt, and a wind-stopper vest (and jacket), that way if I get too hot (hasnít happened yet) I can take the jacket/thermals off and put them in my bulletbag. I always bring my gloves & beanie Ė especially when belaying slow climbers. Itís a good idea to bring something warm in any case as you can end up with hypothermia even on a reasonably warm day Ė if you happen to have an epic and get benighted.

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