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How to pick the best gloves and mittens for skiing | Slope Runner
Good gloves and mittens are an absolute necessity when you go skiing. But how do you choose which ones to buy? Here is a quick overview of different types of gloves and mittens, what to expect from them, together with some personal recommendations of the best for skiing. Good gloves will keep your fingers warm and dry at all times. That means they should have some insulation, but also be breathable at the same time. They should also be wind resistant, and to some extent water-resistant. And every manufacturer ads their personal touch to the design.
Winter Olympics men's ski halfpipe final: USA's David Wise wins gold – as it happened
Martin Fourcade born 14 September is a French former biathlete and sous-lieutenant. On 13 March , he announced his retirement following the — season. This article uses the phrase "non-team" when referring to individual competitions to avoid mixing up one of the biathlon disciplines, the individual discipline and individual competitions in general. Fourcade took up biathlon in and started competing internationally in ,  following in the footsteps of his older brother Simon Fourcade.