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Skiing Halloween Costumes

Halloween is next week and if you’re like us you probably don’t have anything planned and are going to be rummaging through your closet to throw together a zombie/eighties/ghost mash-up. But you can do better. So, we’ve rounded up the best skiing-related costumes we can think of and thrown in some video to help you get the mannerisms and outfits down pat.
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