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Transcript of EOE Clothing
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Clothing for Spring Activities
Clothing for Fall Activities
-Socks: wool blend
-Synthetic, fleece or wool pants
-Synthetic, fleece or wool shirts
-Leather and wool/fleece gloves
-Warm cap with ear protection
-Synthetic or fleece coat with hood
Clothing for Winter Activities
by: Ondia, Caitlin, Hanna, Clayton
Definition: the wearing of lightweight or unconstructed garments one upon the other, as to create a fashionable ensemble or to provide warmth without undue bulkiness or heaviness.
-polyester under shirt
-Lightweight long underwear
- Sometimes called base layer.
- Directly contacts skin
- Long or short sleeves, full-length bottoms/briefs and sock liners
- Should fit snug as this allows for moisture to quickly wick away for dryness and warmth
- Often made of polyester, polypropylene, silk, or mix of insulating and natural wicking fibers
- 3 weight types: lightweight = intense aerobic activities but little insulation
midweight = wicks moisture and has some insulation for low intensity aerobics
heavyweight = will wick moisture but is more for insulation in cold temps.
- Should be looser than wicking layer but not baggy, still needs to touch wicking layer to work properly
- Designed to trap and hold body heat in small air spaces
- Also designed to carry moisture from wicking layer to protecting layer
- Common materials are fleece, polyester, down and wool
- Depending on temperatures, it is sometimes required to wear more than one insulating layer
- To be considered an outer layer, must protect from wind and rain. If not, then insulating
- Has to be able to stand abuse and harsh conditions
- If it rips or tears, it messes up the whole system and you will most likely get wet if it rains or snows
-fleece long sleeves
-polyester/dry-tech pants or shorts
-windbreaker/rain jacket material
-crocs or comfortable sandals or wetland rubber boots
- Its inherent properties mean that it traps moisture instead of releasing it
- This keeps you wet and cold
Always use hats, mitts, socks and footwear that is appropriate for the climate to ensure you stay comfortable.
- any type under wear
-cotton shirt and jeans are allowed
-jeans or sweatpants
-polyester/dry-tech shorts (when warmer)
-wind breaker jacket
-jumpsuit (normally provided by sky dive company)
-trim-fitting support shorts, boxer-style un
-lightweight merino wool trail running socks
-soft shell stretchwoven long pants
-lightweight merino wool long sleeve crew shirt
breathable synthetic trail running shoes
-wide-brimmed water-resistant nylon hat
- Start with swimsuit for underneath as you will get wet!
- You may want to wear a t-shirt or shorts over your swim suit depending on the temperature.
- You'll want to bring rain gear (pants and jacket) no matter what time of year.because the weather can change at any time.
Clothing for Summer Activities
-waterproof shielding jacket
- Protect your head and eyes with a hat and sunglasses
- Shoes should be sandals with straps or tennis shoes. Should be comfortable with them getting wet. Should also have comfortable pair for hiking to/from raft.
- Spandex style undershirt that stretches and gives mobility.
- Wicks moisture from body
- Lightweight pant (good if zips off)
- Rain gear
- Hiking boots/ sturdy, comfortable
- Hats (warm and brimmed)
- Start with a polyester/spandex shirt
- polyester sports tank/shirt
- undershirt and underwear thats not cotton (remember you will be in the sun often)
- Then a warm fleece layer
- dependant on the weather (hot/cold) bring a sweater or sweatpants if needed.
- Finish off with shell layer
- Belay jacket insulated layer
- windbreaker jacket or rain-proof slip on
-wetsuits (you will be getting wet and/or going swimming on a stop).
(depending on weather)
- long sleeves
- shorts, skirt, t-shirts, tank-tops
- hoodies or sweaters or sweat pants
-rain jackets/rain gear
-sailing gloves/anchoring gloves
-boat shoes and sandals
-polyester/dry tech tank top or t-shirt
-padded shorts of tights
-t-shirts/ long sleeves
-fleece long sleeve or sweater
-spandex pants or sweatpants
-Sturdy rock shoes
-waterproof, full-fingered gloves
-high visibility vest
-polyester shirt and pants
-fleece and wool
-sweatshirts vests hoodies etc.
-mittens-cotton or coated
-light clothing in case you fall in the water
-not super heavy but insulating
-fleeces and wool
-waterproof pants, jacket and gloves.
-insulating waterproof boots with good traction
polyester under shirt
fleece and wool
Waterproof jacket & pants
winter water proof boots