Reusable Ski Packing Checklist
Reusable Ski Packing Checklist ✔
I created this reusable ski packing checklist, so that next time I go, it will be faster to get my pack done. However, I know I haven’t posted in a while, but I’ve written drafts and getting content ready for you. This reusable ski packing list is way overdue. Also, my goal is to evoke a sense of order and organization on the day I leave on my trip. In other words, I have included links to some of the products I purchased that had helped me with my journey. Not to mention, if you do decide to buy something, I’ll get some commission, and you’ll get a chance to support me. Thank you for those that do buy via my links on this reusable ski packing checklist.
Consideration for Cab in Manhattan 🚖
Ask cab driver if they aren’t going to pick up their kid or something. In other words, you can plan to get to your destination on time. Also, if you’re in the city like me, find out from the driver where and what time traffic is an issue. Yet, before you leave, set an alarm on your cell phone to order the taxi. For example, give your self an extra half hour. Later on, I learned that Toyota Camry, Altima can fit a few ski bags and two people. Like you can install the ski bag if the driver pushes the seat back. Yet, if you get an UBER XL, you can provide 3-4 ski bags. Also, if you’re in the Manhattan around 3-9 pm, don’t cross West-side highway from 57, 42, 34 or 23 because it takes forever!
What to pack it into? 🛍
The reusable ski packing checklist has many items. Yet, we need a place to put everything. Thus, I broke everything into simple lists because I wanted it easy to read.
- AmazonBasics 4-Piece Packing Cube Set – Small, Medium, Large, and Slim
- Great if you want to stay organized in your pack
- In other words, you can find your stuff if it’s separated
- Great if you want to stay organized in your pack
- Osprey Packs straightjacket Compression Sack
- If you need to jam stuff in and low on space
- Osprey Ultralight Stuff Sack 3
- Dirty clothes, to be kept empty
- Camelbak Phantom LR 24 Ski Hydration Pack
- I love this backpack because it’s not big but can carry a right amount of supplies. Including your Skis and poles.
- DAKINE Limited Fall Line Ski Roller Bag
- Put soft items where boots go.
- Put skis on the binds for more room
- If you want a smaller single bag, take a look at The Slim Jim
- Athalon Everything Boot Pack
- Cheap ski boot bag
- Durable and highly recommended by my peers if you’re just starting out
- It can fit most, if not all the stuff you need to go skiing in (Ski pack separately)
For Carry-On 🎒
- Bring U pillow
- I got mine at Walgreen, but any should work fine.
- Essentia Bottle of water
- 3 – 2 bottles of water
- When you get a chance get more water for the lodge because you won’t have a lot of time to buy later
- 3 – 2 bottles of water
- Hand Sanitizer
- Ginger Tea
- Great for the morning if the inn doesn’t serve your favorite tea
- Mole Skin
- After a long day of skiing, this helps you move into the next day
- Cash ($60)
- To stuff in a bag if you lose wallet
- Bee Pollen superior foods
- I put this in my yogurt in the morning for an extra boost of nutrition
- Keep inside a small container
- Wired headphones
- For older cellphones
- Dove Men+Care Clean Comfort Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Travel Size
To Pack Essentials 😍
The essentials pack become rather large, so I decided to break it into sections.
- I use this for my Speaker because I need to control the songs without taking my speaker off my backpack.
- Electronics (wires for boots, cell phone, headphones)
- Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C, Ultra-High Capacity Premium Portable Charger
- Wireless headphones
To be Consumed
- Aspirin or regular Byrer to thin blood pressure
- Helps with ski boot pain
- Has anybody tried this?
- Water with Lemon
- I use this for my Camelback water bladder
- Night Quil
- In case somebody is snoring or you can’t sleep
- Vitafusion Extra Strength Melatonin Blackberry, 5mg, 120 Count (Pack of 3)
- No crazy side effects in the morning
- Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Moisturizing Lip Balm in ski jacket and bag
- This helps if your lips get super dry in the cold and putting multiple in different locations keeps you from looking for it
- Ski Mask
- Great for those who don’t like there face freezing over when going downhill
- Therm-ic 120-Volt Refresher with Timer
- This thing is impressive, it dry gloves and boots. It even kills bacteria!
- Base layer (under armor)
- Keeps me warm!
- Spyder Leader Jacket
- Any jacket will do, make sure its waterproof
- Sidas Boot Heater
- Lange Rx 120 Ski Boots 2016 – Men’s
- You pick, because it depends on your feet
- Spyder Men’s Troublemaker Pants
- Dakine Men’s Leather Scout Gloves
- They come with Glove liners, which you can use with cell phone
- Useful if you don’t like cold and typing in freezing cold air
- They have wiper for getting rid of snow from your ski goggles.
- KINCO 901 Men’s Pigskin Leather Ski Glove
- I spoke to people on Stratton ski resort and they swear by this company that they are warmer than the more expensive brands.
- Most of the staff use them
- I have a small hand, so I need to get a little glove. I will find out about returning them.
- Black Diamond Expedition 3 Ski Pole Powell Blue 57 – 125 cm
- Helmet Rabbit Ears
- Great for conversation starter and friends can find me on the slop
- Spy Optic Galactic Red Happy Bravo Winter Sport Goggles
- Salomon Q-98 Skis Blue/White/Black Mens Sz 172
- I got mine in orange
- Good all around terrain ski
- Sun Block in small green container
- Fleece merino scarf or neck warmer
- Thermo Bottoms under ski pants
- HotHands Hand Warmers 40 Pair Value Pack
- Throws these in your gloves to keep warm
- Men’s Merino Wool Ski Socks w/ Moisture-Wicking Full Terry Interior
In this section, you should use the items at the hotel, nightlife, car or anywhere on the resort. Yet, if you feel I missed something, please let me know in the comments below. 🕺
- U Pillow
- Keeps your neck from hurting when you sleep in the car
- Etymotic Research ETY Plugs High Fidelity Earplugs
- Great for nightlife and people who snoring
- Sleeping mask
- Useful if you don’t want the light in your eyes while on the bus or car
- Keeps you warm
- Boots or Sneakers
- I was planning on using the shoes for Kilimanjaro, but they work great for ski and hiking trips.
- AmazonBasics Tri-Fold, Expandable Cosmetics and Toiletry Organizer/Travel Bag with Hanging Hook
- Slippers for the pool and hotel
- Sun Glasses
- Hoodie for nightlife
- Long sleeve waterproof shirt
- ExOfficio Men’s Give-N-Go Sports Mesh 6″ Boxer Brief
- Soft and feels great on skin while skiing
- Sleeping pants underwear
- Kleenex® 3-Ply Pocket Packs Facial Tissues in carry-on
- DryGuy BootGlove Ski Boot Covers, Keep your Feet Dry and Warm
- At first, I wasn’t sure if they would fit because the size was odd on the Amazon link. Yet I just had to go with my regular shoe size, medium in my case and it fit perfectly.
Non-Essential Pack 🤷
- Zamst MK-3 Knee Brace, Black
- Zamst ZW-3 Light Support Back Brace
- 2 shakes in the bag
- Useful if you’re running low on nutrition in the morning
- Swim trunks
- If you plan on going to the Jacuzzi and pool
- Altoids Smalls Peppermint sugar-free Mints
I created this reusable ski packing checklist based on the ultimate ski holiday packing list.
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