After a hard day’s skiing you might need something to limit muscle soreness. By all accounts these body hugging lycra tights do a quite amazing job of speeding up muscle recovery from soft tissue injuries.
Personally, I wouldn’t do without a boiling hot bath - but these might be a handy alternative.
The science behind the travel recovery tights is that they maintain optimal skin temperature without adversely affecting core temperature, this improves blood flow and circulation.
For snowboarders in particular, there is no substitute for the ubiquitous beanie hat. If you want one with style, best to take a look at the Burberry Knitted Beanie with chunky leather buckle:
This particular version of the beanie retails for a pricey £130 ($230).
By all accounts Burberry Moon Boots will be one of the must have ski accessories this year. These beauties are suitable for children aged between 2 and 13 - with adult versions costing in the region of £145 ($290).
Posted by Ruth Miller on Mon 24th December 2007 at 06:00 AM, Filed in Travel Clothes
Vilebrequin are quite simply the very best swimming shorts a man can buy. George Clooney and Hugh Grant are fans….
Check out this really cool, hot air balloon pattern. Perfect for a spot of strutting in St Tropez…
By all accounts Vilebrequin are also bringing out a range of patterns that feature famous hotels, maps and visa stamps from around the world.
Prices start around £120 ($240).
DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis has been exposed as a major problem. Cramped seats and long flights can be a bad combination. Personally, I like to take half an aspirin before a flight to give some protection. On top of this I should really be wearing a pair of men’s support socks.
These support socks are medically recommended for flight swelling and DVT - and they retail for £10 ($20). Not much for some piece of mind.