150 g/sqm wadding200 g/sqm fleece liningWarm collar that covers the back of neck
2000 mm coating, 100% taped seams, Gaiters at the ankles.
Length of the legs and arms adjustable thanks to the PULL'N FIT system.
Reinforced ankles and bottom to withstand sliding on the snow.
The hood easily turns into a high protective collar.
Space on the inside for writing your child’s name.
1 pocket for a dummy or your child's treasure.
Ease of use
Put the elastic of the gaiter over the snow boots.
The innovative PULL'N FIT concept to easily adjust the length of the legs and sleeves on your baby's suit. With PULL'N FIT, the suit grows with your baby across 2 sizes.
Our designers use wadding and a special lining to keep the body warm. These polyester-based synthetic components trap more or less air depending on how thick they are. Consequently, the thicker the component (wadding or lining), the more air it contains and the more insulating it is.
The resistance of a fabric to water pressure is expressed in terms of the height in mm of a water column that can be supported by the fabric (test based on the ISO 811 standard). The higher the pressure, the more waterproof the fabric. Components with a 2000 mm rating can withstand the pressure of a 2000 mm column of water (which is equivalent to a rain shower lasting 2 hours).
Waterproofing of the garment
This garment has been validated in a shower test under 60 L/sqm/hour of water for 4 hours. This test reproduces the average conditions under a snowstorm.
Water repellent property of the component
The water repellent property of a fabric is its ability to allow water to run off its surface without absorbing it. This prevents the fabric from absorbing water so that it stays lightweight, breathable and warm. The water-repellent property is obtained by applying a treatment to the outer surface of the fabric. This treatment needs to be restored during the lifetime of the garment (every 3 washes).
How to restore the water-repellent properties?
To reactivate the water repellent property, wash the garment inside out on a synthetic cycle at 30°C and rinse thoroughly. You can use your usual washing powder, but do not add fabric softener. Then leave your jacket to air dry completely on a drying rack. Finally, turn your garment the right way round and put it in the tumble dryer on low heat for 10 minutes. The heat will reactivate the water-repellent property of the fabric.
How can I stop snow from entering my boots?
Put the elastic of the trousers over the boot to prevent snow and draughts from getting inside the boot and trousers.
How to dress your babies so they stay warm on your sledging outings
In order to keep warm and dry, we recommend using the 3-layer rule: Layer 1 or second skin, to stay dry. Layer 2 or the insulating layer, to keep the heat in. Layer 3 or protective layer, to protect from the weather conditions.
A place for entering your child's name in order to personalise the product. A practical feature for finding your ski suit at the crèche.
Preferably store on a hanger, without folding, to avoid damaging the fabric's membrane. Dry thoroughly before storing in a dry and well-ventilated place.
All the sledging products are tested under the real-life conditions for which they are designed: snow, cold and all the conditions you're likely to encounter when sledging. The design teams, product leaders, engineers and pattern makers ensure that the programme for which the product has been designed and developed corresponds perfectly to its use on the slopes.