The first women to ski in mass America’s backcountry have revealed how they go about their daily routine.
A pair of Nordic skiing pants are pictured in front of the Nordic Skate Park in Santa Monica, California, U.S., May 19, 2019.
The women in white, blue and red ski pants are among a growing number of women who say the look they wear every day is not just for the outdoors but also for their personal lives.
Women in ski pajamas at the Nordics ski resort in Santa Barbara, California are seen in a photo taken May 19.
A photo taken on May 19 shows a group of women dressed in Nordic skiing pajama bottoms and a red ski mask at the ski resort.
The trend of women wearing pajams at the beach is not new.
It was popularized by a Swedish blogger in 2014.
But the women wearing the pajam outfits at the Nordic Skate Parks in California are the first to reveal how they take on the job.
“I’ve never really been one for the glamour of the ski world.
I don’t think I’m particularly fit,” said Kristina, who chose the ski pants for her 20th birthday.
“I just like to feel confident in myself.”
Kristina and her friend Lisa were skiing the slopes together when they saw the bikini-clad women.
“We went and found a spot and started to try it on,” said Lisa, who is 27 and from Canada.
“There was this group of people, and the first one who we talked to said she had a very similar style,” said Anna, who said she was 17 when she first got into the sport.
“She was really comfortable in her pajammies.
I thought she was really hot,” said Katrin, who was 20 when she joined the group.”
It was very cute and cute and really fun.
It’s something we’ve always wanted to do,” said Hannah, who also was 19 when she started.
The women wore the pamas for 10 minutes before putting them on, then putting them back on.
Anna said she wanted to wear them more often because they fit so well.
“Because it’s just the first time I’ve done it, I was thinking about the size, and it fits perfectly,” she said.
Anna said she got her first taste of wearing a ski pampas when she was 14, and she has been wearing them ever since.
“They fit my body and look great, they look really good on me and I feel comfortable with them,” she explained.
Kristina said she wears the pampamas every day, and even more so now that she is married to a ski instructor.
“My husband likes to show off my legs and how I have them, so we’ve been trying to get rid of them,” Kristina said.
“The ski pamas look great in the cold.
They’re super warm.
They keep me comfortable.”
The trend is not limited to ski pampered women.
Kristi is a fitness instructor at a community college in Vermont.
She said she has noticed a big increase in women who are in their 20s and 30s wearing pamper style.
“Women are starting to be more active and want to try new things and they want to be able to show it off,” she told ABC News.
“Now, it’s all about the confidence in yourself,” Kristi said.
The first female Nordic skier to be crowned the world’s top female ski instructor, Sheri Holter, is pictured with her husband on April 30, 2018, in a picture taken by The Associated Press.
Kristie, who has since married, said she is confident that the trend will continue.
“If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that no matter what, you have to keep going and keep doing what you love to do, and I think that’s what I’m going to keep doing,” she added.