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What are wintersport mid-layers, and what are they used for? plus-icon

Wintersport mid-layers are garments worn between the base layer (thermal clothing) and the outer layer (jacket). They provide additional insulation and warmth during cold weather conditions.

Which materials are commonly used in wintersport mid-layers? plus-icon

Common materials include fleece, wool, synthetic insulation, and down. These materials offer warmth, breathability, and moisture regulation.

Are mid-layers compatible with all types of jackets and thermal clothing? plus-icon

Generally, mid-layers are designed to be compatible with various jackets and thermal clothing. However, it's essential to consider the fit and layering when combining garments.

How should I wash and maintain my wintersport mid-layers? plus-icon

Follow the washing instructions on the garment's label to prolong its lifespan. Use a mild detergent and avoid using fabric softeners. Hang them to dry or use a low heat setting if you choose to use a dryer.

What is the difference between synthetic and natural materials in mid-layers? plus-icon

Synthetic mid-layers, like fleece, offer excellent moisture-wicking properties and quick drying. Natural materials, such as wool and down, provide superior insulation and warmth, even when damp.

A good midlayer should not be missing from your snowboarding outfit!

A good midlayer is essential while snowboarding, as it plays a crucial role in regulating your body temperature and providing comfort in changing weather conditions. A midlayer is an insulating layer you wear between your baselayer (thermal clothing) and your outer layer (snowboard jacket).
While snowboarding, temperatures can vary, especially when you ride at different altitudes and slopes. A good midlayer helps you stay warm in cold temperatures while providing enough breathability to prevent overheating when the sun is shining or when you're on strenuous descents.
In addition, a midlayer provides extra insulation without adding bulk, preserving your freedom of movement. It can be easily taken off and on depending on weather conditions, making it a versatile option for different conditions.
A good midlayer is made of technical materials such as fleece, wool or synthetic fibers that wick away moisture and dry quickly. This keeps you comfortable and dry even when you perspire. All in all, a good midlayer ensures that you can fully enjoy your snowboarding experience, regardless of the weather conditions.



Midlayer is also important during apres ski.

Absolutely, a good midlayer is also important during après ski! After a day on the slopes, your body temperature can vary and it can get quite cold, especially when you are outside and the temperature starts to drop. A warm and comfortable midlayer can help you stay cozy and enjoy the après-ski activities.

Whether you're at a mountain hut, a cozy cafe or an après-ski bar, a midlayer is ideal to wear under your ski or snowboard jacket and keep you warm while you're out enjoying the festivities. It keeps you from cooling down too quickly and allows you to relax and have fun without worrying about the cold.

Moreover, a stylish midlayer is a great addition to your après-ski outfit and can complete your look. Choose a fashionable design that matches your personal style so that you not only look warm and comfortable, but also look good while participating in après-ski parties