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XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men

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XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men

$60.00
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
  • XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
XC S 100 Warm Windproof Ski Vest - Men
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This warm, windproof ski vest is designed for cross-country skiing at a low intensity.

BENEFITS

Warmth

Padding on the chest and back to keep you warm.

Windproof

Windproof component on the front to protect you from the wind and cold.

Freedom of movement

Snug, slim fit for added comfort in use.

Breathability

Laser cut on the back for excellent ventilation.

Pockets

Three back pockets, one of which has a secure closure.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Warmth

This vest is padded to keep you warm during your cross-country skiing outings.
The lining is a synthetic component made with polyester fibre, which traps a large quantity of air. Given the insulating properties of air, the lining provides protection against the cold. This vest can be worn over a technical T-shirt or as a second layer in cold weather.

How to stay warm and dry during your cross-country skiing outings

We recommend using the three-layer technique for your winter activities:
Layer 1: a second skin (high-tech base layer) to wick away moisture, keeping your skin dry.
Layer 2: an insulating layer (T-shirt, fleece, or vest) to provide warmth and transfer moisture outwards.
Layer 3: an outer protective layer (jacket) to protect against weather conditions: wind, snow, and cold.

Adjust the number of layers based on the intensity of your physical effort and the weather.

Why should you protect yourself from the wind?

Did you know that the wind makes you feel colder?
An outdoor temperature of 0° with a wind speed of 20 km/h feels like -10°.
Windproof components help reduce this chill effect by preventing air circulation caused by the wind itself or the relative speed of the activity.