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Skiing 2000

The yop and the bottom are joined into one jumpsuit. The jumpsuit is still made out of the plastic type fabric and is stuffed with the think and warm but not to heavy fabric.

Gloves are worn and the goggles.

A helmet is worn now to protect his head if he falls.

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Skiing 1980

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The jacket is still made out of the plastic type material, but it looks to be stuffed with a fluffy type material.

The bottoms are just a pair of denim jeans.

Gloves, hats and scarfs are still worn.

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Skiing 1960

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It looks like they are only wearing 2 layers. one woll which is underneath and on the top a cotton jumper.

On the bottom a cottom pair of pants with matching pattern to the top.

One is wearing gloves but no hats

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Skiing 1940

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The outfit of the 1940 has changed alot in ten years.

The top doesnt look like it is made out of wool anymore. It looks to be made of cotton.

The bottom is also no longer made out of wool, they also look they they are made out of cotton.

They also wear gloves but no hat.

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Skiing 1920

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The out in the 1920 has thinned down but still looks very warm.

The jumper looks like it is still made out of wool but not as thick and chunky, also looks easier to move in.

The bottoms have now changed to pants which is easier to ski in.

like the 1910 they are wearing gloves and a hat.

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Skiing 1990

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The jacket is still made out of a plastic type material and looks to be stuffed with a think but not to heavy material.

The pants look like they are made of the same material and stuffed with the same material.

Gloves and hat are worn. Goggles are also worn to protect the eyes.

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Skiing 1970

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The jacket is made out of a plastic type material and looks to be stuffed with something to keep them warm.

The pants look like they are still made out of cotton.

Gloves and a hat ar still being worn.

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Skiing 1950

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The 1950's is when the plastic jackets started to come in.

The jackets also have a hood. The 1950 is i think one of the first years to have made the hood. The hood also and a fut lining around the edge.

The bottoms still look like they are made out of cotton.

Still wearing a hat and gloves.

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Skiing 1930

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The outfit looks lighter then the 1920's clothes.

The top looks like it is made out of a plastic type fabric, and underneath they it look slike a woolen jumper. under the woolen jumper they are wearing a dress top and a tie.

On the bottom they look like they are wearing a simple pair of high waisted woolen pants.

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Skiing 1910

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The outfit looks bulky and warm. The clothes do not fit the body well because the skirt long and has lots fabric. It may have been made from wool.
The top is a long sleeved woolen jumper, probably worn over another item.
To complete her warming style she is wearing a hat and gloves.

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