Our team, all parents of young skiers, developed this kids' jacket specifically for learning to skiIdeal for descending those first slopes warm and dry. A warm, waterproof jacket equipped with a hood. Ideal for learning to ski in optimum conditions.
150 g/sqm wadding. Fleece lining for maximum warmth and softness.
Good: 5000 mm coating. Non-sealed seams. Hood.
Breathable component for perspiration wicking.
3 pockets including 1 for a ski pass.
Label on the lining to write your child's name.
SKIING/ SNOWBOARD / SLEDGING SKIING ALPINE SKIING
LEVEL OF PRACTICE
Wadding thermal insulation
The thermal insulation will keep your young skiers at the right temperature, neither too hot nor too cold. The garment adapts to the body's physical activity and to the outside environment. Wed'ze uses wadding for insulation to keep the body warm. This synthetic wadding containing polyester traps more or less air according to the size of the fibres. So the thicker the wadding, the more air it contains and the warmer it is.
The coating is a waterproof substance that's spread on the inner side of the outer jacket fabric. It prevents water from seeping into the garment but allows the water vapour produced by an active body to escape. This way, young children stay dry and are more comfortable.
Ski pass pocket
No need to get your ski pass out! Your sleeve has a ski pass pocket so you can access the lifts quickly.
A label at the top of the lining for writing the child's name in order to personalise the product. Handy when you want to find your jacket after ski school, at the crèche or at school.
How should I dress children to ensure they stay warm on ski slopes?
To keep warm and dry, simply respect the 3-layer rule: Layer 1, or second skin, to keep dry. Layer 2, or insulating layer, to conserve heat. Layer 3, or protective layer, to protect against bad weather.
Store on a hanger and do not fold, as this can damage the fabric coating. Dry thoroughly before storing in a dry and well-ventilated place.
All Wed’ze products are tested in the same real conditions they're used in and for which they were designed: in the snow, in the cold, in all possible skiing conditions. The design teams, product managers, engineers and garment designers ensure the product's design corresponds perfectly to its real-world use.