ski parka

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Synonyms for ski parka

a parka to be worn while skiing

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4 is the Columbia Sportswear Fire Ridge large men's ski parka -- blue, which has remained in the top-five four consecutive weeks.
The Columbia ski parka was a very popular item with consumers, increasing sales by more than 46 percent to vault from seventh last week to its current number two spot.
But today, three years after it seemed she'd retired her snowboard and ski parka for good, Baumgard is planning a triumphant return to the slopes.
Ziering, who plays Steve Sanders on ``Beverly Hills, 90210,'' offered up his skis, ski dryer, a 1993 NBA all-star jacket and a ski parka for sale Saturday during a celebrity auction benefiting the Los Angeles Mission, which was attended by a dozen ``Melrose Place'' and ``Beverly Hills, 90210'' cast members.
She wears a ski parka and mittens, and there's a thin layer of snow on the ground.
It is this thinking that put Neoprene, an oil-resistant synthetic rubber previously used on boats, into wetsuits in the 1950s, and waterproof ripstop nylon, used for sails and parachutes, as a top layer on ski parkas.
Who, for instance, decided it would be a good idea to send ski parkas and ski suits to Indonesia after the devastating tsunami hit on December 26, 2004?
Everything from salopettes, ski parkas and snow boots has been designed with extra length.
Items bearing the WYD logo will include mugs, T-shirts, blankets, jackets, ski parkas, sunglasses, sunscreen, scarves, hats, sweatpants, fanny packs, backpacks, tins of chocolate and 2-ounce gold commemorative coins selling for $1,000, Lemke said.
To protect your hands while working outdoors in chilly weather, MidWest has created a special glove that has a leather-lined palm plus a 100-gram Thinsulate lining, similar to the kind used in ski parkas.
People who are wearing ski parkas or mountaineering pants on the street obviously do not need linings that wick away the sweat of intense exertion, to prevent hypothermia, or underarm zippers to release excess heat.