Hi, we are the Aukland brothers. My name is Anders. And I’m Jørgen, and today we’re gonna talk about what to wear when you’re out racing, training, outside skiing. And Anders, you are gonna put on some clothes for competition and for training in high speed. In high speed. And I’m going to put on some clothes for slower pace and colder conditions. So what do you have here? What is important is to have technical wear that is thin and can transport humidity. Always wear underwear with windstopper in front that’s good to have. And I have thin, technical underwear and my racing suit. And now I’m dressed for training. It’s your turn to get dressed now. Thats right, and I start with this thin layer of wool, inside. And for me, that’s not going to be as fast as Anders, wind is my enemy. So I need to keep the wind outside. I have this jacket, Windstopper, and also these pants, Windstopper. Ok, so now I need to put on a hat, but before I do that, a Buff. That’s my secret for keeping warm. Ah, warm and good. And also, thicker gloves. Not like these thin ones, but thick, warm gloves. And if i’ts really cold outside I put on a vest outside this jacket. With a vest you still have free movement with your arms and you keep your main parts of the body warm. But Anders, what have we on our feet? That’s a good tip, to have really good socks with wool! wool in it. Because it’s easy to freeze on your toes when you’re out skiing To sum it up, it’s important to have good, technical clothes, and less is more. If you put on way too much clothes you get warm, you get wet, and then you get cold. So if you take really good care of your head with a Buff, your hands with gloves, and your feet with good socks, then, you’re good to go!