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Oct 21

Vintage Planks | Ski T-shirt of the Month | Oct14

Retro Style Short Sleeved Men’s Ski T-shirt

Form-fitting retro t-shirt with two contrasting stripes, for men, 100% cotton, Brand: SpreadshirtThe leaves are changing colour, this means one thing; the ski season is getting close – now is a good time to think about your ski wardrobe.

With contrast detailing around the sleeves and neck any man in a ski town will look cool in this short sleeve, form fitted men’s T-shirt.

Available for £25.99 from Spreadshirt, click image for colours, sizes and other details.

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Oct 17

Vintage Skiing in Art

The Picture of Contented New Wealth – lyric clue; hide your tablet in something sweet

We’ve all been in mountain restaurants where the walls are adorned with dead animals(!),  wooden skis and posters from a bygone age when skiing was in its infancy; it was glamorous, it was exclusive, it had style, it must have been impossible to make a carve turn!

Now Jenny de Gex has been granted access to the world-famous Beekley Collection and has compiled ‘The Art of Skiing’ for us to add to our Christmas pressie list.

The Beekley Collection is the largest private collection of vintage skiing art in the world and contains evocative posters and photographs that chart over 100 years of development in Winter Sport from the early days to the development of fashionable resorts for the rich and famous in America and Europe in the 1930s.

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Oct 13

Ski Fitness, Exercise of the Month | Oct14

Something Weird and it Don’t Look Good – lyric clue; who you gonna call?

On the Snow has teamed up with US Ski Team members to create a series of videos to show us ‘mortals’ a thing or two about ski fitness: Don’t forget, it’s not supposed to be easy.

At the end of this month we will be subject to ghosts and ghouls at every turn and be tempted by bucket loads of sweet treats; don’t do it; remember, the ski season is getting close and you want core strength not a flabby belly!

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