Scientific Buying Guide for Ski Suits

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As the weather gets colder, people's enthusiasm for skiing continues to rise. Besides the "look" of ski suits is very important, the functionality also can not be  ignored, otherwise it is easy to be severely taught by snow-capped mountains and nature. We recommend a multi-layered wearing approach to the unpredictable weather in the mountains when skiing, so let's take a look at how to choose these layers.

Base Layer:base quick-drying layer

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The first layer in the multi-layer dressing method is the base layer. Even though the temperature is low, we still sweat because our bodies are in motion when skiing. The quick-drying layer helps our body to keep dry.A good quick-drying layer needs the right material to wick away sweat quickly, such as synthetic or wool. In addition, the quick-drying layer need not be too thick as it is mainly used for perspiration.

Mid-Layer:middle thermal layer

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The second layer of clothing is the ski mid-layer .Down and synthetic fabric jackets can be used as the middle layer. When choosing the middle layer, we should still avoid pure cotton clothes to prevent sweat and moisture. Generally speaking, our upper body needs a middle layer to keep warm. Down and synthetic materials are the most mainstream materials for the middle layer. Down is extremely warm and lightweight, but loses its ability to keep warm when exposed to water. Synthetic materials, although weaker in thermal insulation than down, can retain thermal properties when wet. Both have their merits.

Outer Layer:Shell Layer

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The outer shell layer is generally made of fabric materials with waterproof, windproof and breathable functions to protect us from wind and rain under natural conditions.When purchasing an outer shell, there are three important parameters: waterproofness, breathability and warmth retention, which need to be considered comprehensively. The outer shell layer is more flexible in terms of warmth retention, and the skier can adjust the external temperature by adding or removing the middle layer. The fleece-filled shell allows us to wear one less middle layer in most situations, but loses some flexibility in hot weather.

Wearing comfortably, wearing correctly and wearing beautifully are not in conflict. We need to take into account when purchasing ski clothing. Having a dry, comfortable and warm clothing experience can make you more courageous to show good-looking clothes, become the brightest boy on the snow field.

Post time: Oct-14-2022