Wadding thermal insulation
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. Wedze uses wadding for insulation to keep the body warm. Wadding is a synthetic component made from polyester which stores more or less air, depending on the length of the fibres. The thicker the wadding, the more air it contains and the warmer it is.
The membrane is a very fine component applied to the inner surface of the jacket's outer fabric. This hydrophilic component prevents water from seeping in (snow, rain, etc.) while allowing the perspiration produced by the body to escape.
Fully taped seams
In addition to using a waterproof fabric, we have made this jacket even more watertight by taping the seams. Its adhesive and waterproof strips are affixed on all the seams of the product, inside the jacket, to make it perfectly watertight and guarantee complete water-resistance.
Ventilation zip openings. These allow you to modulate air circulation to better manage moisture evacuation as your child exercises and rests during their day of skiing. This jacket has ventilation zips at the front on each side of the zip.
Wedze knows how much energy is expended during a day's skiing. That’s why we take particular care when choosing all the elements that make up our products to guarantee the best possible resistance.
The snow skirt is a protective system located at waist level. It closes with press studs at the bottom of the ski jacket. It prevents snow and draughts from entering when practicing winter sports, especially in the event of a fall.
Ski pass pocket
No need to get your ski pass out any longer! Your sleeve has a ski pass pocket so you can access the lifts quickly.
There's a label at the top of the lining you can write your child's name on to personalise the product. Handy for finding their jacket after ski school, at the crèche or at school.
How should you dress your children to make sure they keep warm on the ski 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.