With skiing thought to have been ‘practiced’ as early as 600 BC, the winter sport is as popular now as it has ever been. Groomed pistes, fresh air, bright blue skies along with sport/ exercise and guilt free aprés-ski, it’s easy to see why a trip to the slopes is so attractive.
With it, comes an inevitable need for style- to keep up to date with the crowd at La Folie Douce in Val d’Isere or the MooserWirt and the Krazy Kanguruh in St Anton. Naturally, warmth, technical ability and comfort are essential too- and today, all can be combined in to one hell of an outfit. Look great, feel great- here’s how.
POC Receptor Bug Helmet– made with a patented VDSAP system with two overlapping shells it offers excellent protection from sharp objects, while providing ventilation that can be closed for colder days. £125.00 >
Arc’teryx Macai Jacket– designed in an athletic fit (slimmer fit), this waterproof GORE-TEX, down insulated jacket will keep you warm and stylish on cold skiing days. £695.00 >
Arc’teryx Sabre- lightly insulated, waterproof, GORE-TEX® and with a Slide ‘n Loc™ snap system that attaches to compatible Arc’teryx jackets. A lower leg circumference delivers a more contemporary look and athletic fit. £370.00 >
Lange RX 120- designed with Lange’s RS racing pedigree but enhanced with all-mountain features in an exact, comfortable 100mm fit, they are the ultimate all round ski boot with all-mountain precision, comfort and performance for a broad spectrum of skiers. £340.00 >
Made with a titanal laminate construction to keep the Armada Invictus 89Ti ski is tidy on groomers, and a carbon kevlar coating makes sure it’s playful and responsive, and an AR Nose Rocker keeps the ski ready for whatever you find when venturing off the beaten path. £374.99 >
The No Dice Sunscreen SPF 50 from Triumph & Disaster is the perfect ski skin care accessory. It’s both a high hydration moisturiser to protect the skin from cold, dry weather and a sun-protective moisturiser to prevent harm from UV rays and environmental damage. £36.00 >