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100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
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  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids

WEDZE

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100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids

$25.00
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
  • 100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
100 Downhill Ski Pants - Kids
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These kids’ ski pants were designed for downhill skiing. Ideal for keeping warm and dry on their first descents.

BENEFITS

Warmth

100 g/m² wadding. Warm, soft brushed-knit lining.

Waterproof

Good: 5,000-mm-rated coating. Taped seams at the seat. Lower leg gaiters

Adjustable

Elastic waistband. Adjustable and removable straps.

Breathability

Provided by the lower leg areas and waist. Non-breathable component.

Customization

Write your kid’s name on the lining label.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Thermal insulation

Thermal insulation will keep your young skiers at just the right temperature. The garment adapts to the body's physical activity and outside conditions. Wedze uses wadding for insulation to keep the body warm. This synthetic polyester-based wadding traps more or less air depending on the size of its fibres. So the thicker the wadding, the more air it contains and the warmer it is.

Coating

The coating is a waterproof material spread over the inside of the pants’ outer fabric. It prevents water from seeping into the garment but allows sweat to escape. This keeps kids dry and more comfortable.

Watertight main seams

In addition to the waterproof fabric, we increased the waterproofing of these pants with taped seams. These are waterproof adhesive strips taped to the inside seams of the garment to make it perfectly watertight. These taped seams are in the areas most exposed to snow. On these pants, these are around the buttocks.

Customization

A label at the top of the lining allows you to write your child's name. Handy when you want to find your jacket before recess or ski lessons.

How should you dress kids so they don’t get cold feet on the slopes?

To keep your legs warm and dry, you need two layers: One base layer to wick away perspiration and one pair of ski pants to protect against the elements and provide warmth.