Kids Ski Wear Advice

kidsWe’ve got all the kids ski wear and accessories you need  to kit your kids out for your next ski trip.  All ages are catered for, from babies through to juniors, so you can get the whole family’s ski wear in one go. Our top branded kid’s ski clothes are warm, cosy and comfy even in the coldest conditions, with plenty of freedom of movement, so your little ones can run around and play without feeling constricted by their clothes.

Our kids ski wear department is growing this season, so it’s all set to be our best yet, with more choice than ever before.

Baby and Toddlers Ski Wear

Our babies’ all-in-one ski suits for 0-2 year olds are designed to keep the cold, wind and rain out and the warmth in. The asymmetrical front zip means changing your baby’s nappy is quick and easy.

The all-in-one ski suits in our toddlers ski wear range have been brilliantly designed to keep the elements away, leaving your little ones cosy, comfy and free to do what toddlers do best on a ski holiday – run around having fun in the snow. Check out the adorable babies ski hat and mittens sets; practical, durable and super-cute.

Girls and Boys Ski Wear

You can kit your kids out in all the layers and accessories they need to stay cosy and dry on the slopes, giving you peace of mind and leaving them free to run around in warmth and comfort. Choose from an wide range of top branded, high quality girls and boys ski jackets, kids ski suits, base layers, salopettes, ski gloves, ski pants and ski socks.

Brands like Molo, Columbia and Didriksons do an amazing job of mixing technical innovation with cute, quirky design, producing kids ski wear that insulates and protects and is a joy for little ones  to wear. Bridgedale and Manbi have designed some fashionable, funky kids ski socks perfect for juniors. Our kids ski pants keep little legs warm and dry and our kid’s ski gloves and mittens keep little hands warm without feeling bulky to wear.

We’ve provided you with a detailed list of features for each piece of kid’s ski wear, so you can make an informed choice as to what’s best for your children.