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Ski suit press release

Classification of ski suits:

Split ski suits are the most common, with good convenience and strong collocation, and are recommended. Split ski suits are often paired with high-waisted bibs to prevent snow from getting in.

The biggest advantage of the one-piece ski suit is to prevent snow from pouring into the waist when you fall, but the convenience is greatly reduced.

Classification of ski suits:

The so-called regular style is the most common, simple and elegant, suitable for all ages.

The trendy models are mostly pullovers, which look like sweaters. It is more suitable for young people to play veneer, because veneer is relatively cool, and with loose ski suits, it looks more fashionable and energetic.

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Ski suit styles:

Regular, trendy

The so-called regular style is the most common, simple and elegant, suitable for all ages.

The trendy models are mostly pullovers, which look like sweaters. It is more suitable for young people to play veneer, because veneer is relatively cool, and with loose ski suits, it looks more fashionable and energetic.

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The structure of the ski suit

1: Cut

Ski suits generally adopt better tailoring methods such as three-dimensional tailoring. A ski suit that is too tight will limit the glide motion while skiing, and a good ski suit should feel snug and loose when wearing it. Generally speaking, when you straighten your arms up, the front of the ski suit should be slightly longer than your wrists. At this time, there should be no tightness or other uncomfortable feeling in the armpits, because when skiing, the upper limbs will be in a larger range. In the full range of sports, especially for beginners.

2: filler

The nature of the filler determines the warmth retention of the ski suit, and also affects the weight, breathability and comfort of the ski suit. At present, most ski suits use hollow cotton or DuPont cotton with better thermal insulation.

3: neckline

The neckline of the ski suit is designed with an upright high neck opening, which can effectively prevent cold air from entering. It is also worth noting that the hood of some ski suits can be tucked into the collar, causing a change in the shape of the neckline and affecting the comfort of the neckline. For example, the neckline of some ski suits is not tightly combined with the skin due to the thinning of the hat, which makes it easy for cold air to enter and reduces the warmth of the clothes.

4: Cuffs

Ski suit cuffs should be designed to be necked, and should be able to adjust the tightness, and better ski suits should also have hand guards to enhance wind resistance at the cuffs and prevent snow from entering.

5: zipper

The zipper head of the ski suit should be made as large as possible to facilitate pulling when wearing gloves. At the same time, the design of the seam around the zipper should be simple, reasonable, and avoid cumbersomeness, so as to prevent the interlining from being caught when the zipper is pulled. Of course, as outdoor sportswear, ski suit zippers should also be strong and durable.

6: Placket

The zipper at the placket of the ski suit should be waterproof and windproof.

7, waist

For split ski suits (tops), the waist design is necessary, and there should be drawstrings or waist belts to effectively prevent cold air and snow from entering when tightened.

8: Color

In terms of color, red, orange-red, yellow and other colors that contrast with white will make the wearer look more eye-catching. At the same time, it can also increase the dynamic feeling when skiing. However, in recent years, the trend of more simple colors such as dark green and dark gray has gradually emerged.

Features of ski suits:

1: Waterproof

There is no doubt that you will deal with snow when skiing. Novices may fall frequently. Experts may ski powder snow. Snow will definitely get on your body. If you can't make waterproof, your clothes will soon get wet. Biting cold.

The waterproof index of ski suits ranges from 5000-20000 mm;

2: Breathable

As mentioned earlier, skiing is a sport and generates heat. If the heat in the body is not expelled in time, it will accumulate in it, sweating will increase, and quick-drying clothes will not work well.

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In addition to the breathable function of the fabric, there are usually zippers under the armpits and even the inner thighs of ski suits to increase breathability.

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Post time: Jun-07-2022