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Womens Snowboard Top Shopping Tips

 

When it comes to snowboard apparel, layering is key. So what do you wear between your base layer and snowboard jacket and pants? The answer: a womens snowboarding top. Womens snowboard tops offer the added warmth of another layer with the opportunity to take them off if you get overheated while shredding. Or on a particularly warm day of snowboarding, you can just wear your base layer with one of our womens tops and skip the snowboard jacket altogether.

 

Every person has different comfort levels when it comes to the warmth that they need while snowboarding. This is why these tops come in different weights depending on the type of womens snowboard top and how thick it is. Lightweight tops are going to provide only slight insulation, but will typically allow for more breathability and movement. Mid weight tops are going to provide more insulation and heavy tops are going to provide the most insulation. Make sure to check the weather conditions you will be riding in before selecting the right womens snowboard top for your needs. Also, keep in mind how cold you tend to get naturally and take this into consideration as well. Be sure that your womens snowboard tops fit you right. When wearing these tops as mid layers, you should make sure that they fit close enough to your body that you can move freely without being encumbered by extra material. At the same time, be sure that you will have room for a base layer underneath your womens snowboard top. Be sure that your womens snowboard top doesn’t hang below your snowboard jacket. This is because it will collect snow and moisture while your ride or sit on the slopes, and stay wet and uncomfortable all day.

 

Here at snowboards.com, we offer many different styles of womens snowboard tops. Some of our more popular styles of tops are hoodies, mid layers, vests, performance tops and fleeces. The right style of womens snowboard tops for you will depend on your specific needs. If you tend to need warmth only at your core, then try a womens snowboard vest. If you want something will all around warmth that you can substitute for a jacket on a warm day of snowboarding, check out the womens snowboard hoodies. Don’t feel like wearing a neck warmer? Check out the womens snowboard tops with a zip neck. Be sure to check the materials used when purchasing a new top to make sure that it will keep you warm enough and if they need special care when it comes to washing them.

 

When it comes to womens snowboard tops, look no further than our selection here at snowboards.com. We have a great selection at the best prices.

 

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