Ski Gear

We recommend skiers and snowboarders wear appropriate waterproof salopettes and jackets with long sleeved, layered clothing underneath — to not only keep you warm in the colder months, but also to offer protection should you fall on the snow.

In recent years, helmets have become increasingly popular for all piste-users, and are highly recommended for children (this can be mandatory in some resorts). The figures show that wearing a helmet can reduce the severity of head injuries by 35% in adults and 59% in children (source; University of Innsbruck). We strongly advise all our customers to purchase or hire ski helmets for all ski holidays. Protect your eyes from the snowfall or the glare of the sun with sunglasses or goggles. If you are purchasing goggles, it’s worth noting that some goggle and helmet combinations work better than others so be sure that they are a comfortable fit.

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