If skiing and other outdoor winter activities are to your liking, than this article, one of many written by me that focus on outdoor winter sports, will be a beneficial read. In this article I will discuss your options when it comes to choosing headwear and hand wear for outdoor winter sports.
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First we will focus on choosing the right type of protection for your hands. You have two basic choices. Do you want to wear mittens or do you want to wear gloves. Depending upon the outdoor activity that you wish to take part in, this may not be a choice. Though mittens are almost always warmer than gloves, mittens greatly limit the use of your fingers. Though mittens are usually acceptable for a sport such as skiing, where the individual use of each finger is not necessary, they will be of little use for an outdoor winter sport such as ice fishing where dexterity in tying knots and reeling in line is required.
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