Very good: 5,000 mm-rated coating, fully taped seams. Helmet hood.
Breathable component for perspiration wicking.
Easy to use
Automatic snow skirt that prevents snow and air from entering.
4 pockets including 1 ski pass pocket, and 1 closing inner pocket.
Label on the lining to write your child's name.
Ball fibre thermal insulation
Thermal insulation provided by the ball fibre filling: these are small balls of soft wadding that can replicate the fill power of a down jacket. Although not as light and compressible as down, this component is perfectly adapted to kids: it provides good warmth and is as easy to maintain as a conventional jacket.
The waterproof coating is spread on the inside of the outer fabric. It prevents water from seeping into the garment but allows the water vapour produced by the body to escape. This keeps kids dry and more comfortable.
In addition to using a waterproof fabric, the jacket’s taped seams make it even more watertight. Waterproof strips are affixed on all of the jacket’s inner seams to ensure it is perfectly watertight and guarantee complete water-resistance.
We added a hood to this ski jacket that can be worn over the ski helmet. This system protects children from cold air and snow getting inside through the collar. The stretchy lycra section at the front is used to fasten the hood to the edge of the helmet. It moves with your child’s head without feeling restrictive, and the high collar protects the face.
The snow skirt protects the waist. It closes automatically when the ski jacket is fastened. It prevents snow and wind from getting in, especially in the event of a fall.
Ski pass pocket
No need to get your ski pass out any more! Your sleeve has a ski pass pocket so you can access the lifts quickly.
A label at the top of the back lining allows you to write your child's name for easy identification. Handy when you want to find your jacket before recess or ski lessons.
How should you dress your kids to ensure they keep warm on the slopes?
To make sure you stay warm and dry, we recommend using the 3-technical-layer rule: Layer 1 or second skin, to stay dry. Layer 2 or an insulating layer, to keep the heat in. Layer 3 or a protective layer, to protect against bad weather.