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2 seasons: Spring/Summer. Suitable for bivouacking from late spring to early autumn in mild conditions.

3 seasons: Spring/Summer/Autumn. They are designed for travelling, bivouacking, and are capable of withstanding difficult conditions in the mountains: heavy rain, storms, wind. They find their limits in harsh winter conditions.

4 seasons: All year round, at all altitudes and latitudes, everywhere in the world. They are resistant to strong winds and snow storms. These are the shelters used in base camps, on expeditions and in high mountains.
1 season: Very light and mainly synthetic, limited use.

2 seasons: Lightweight, usable from mid-spring to mid-autumn in mild weather.

3 seasons: Wide range of use, comfort temperature around 0°C. Discover its limits in the heart of winter.

4 seasons: Designed for the harshest conditions, some will offer you total comfort at -30°C.
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Ski Socks

Make sure you don't forget your feet and more importantly ski socks when you buy your next ski jacket or snowboard pants. Ski socks are an essential part of kit! Waterproofing, toughness, ventilation and warmth – these are the four main functions of ski socks. To help you make the right choice, Snowleader gives you tips and invites you to check out its range of snow clothes selected from...

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amongst the biggest name brands: Burton, Salomon, Icebreaker, X-Socks,and so on.

Choosing the right size for your ski socks

Everybody has socks in his drawer. But unlike ordinary socks, ski socks are waterproof, retain warmth and can cover your legs up to the knees. This is how they can prevent your feet and calves from getting numb. Other benefits to ski socks are that they wick away perspiration more easily, are reinforced at the heel and toe, and are wrinkle-resistant. They will last a season, at least, before you can find a hole in them. As with any item of ski clothing, it’s important for you to choose the right size of skis or snowboard socks. You can pick between S (from U.K. sizes 3 to 6), M (6 to 9) and L (9 to 12).

Snow clothes and ski socks: the rules to know

Like most clothing made especially for a winter sport, ski socks must fulfil various functions. First and foremost, they must ensure full protection against the cold. Therefore, go for socks in wool or wool mix. Snow and ski clothes also have to be waterproof and allow proper aeration. That’s why lightweight materials are advisable. Lastly, comfort is also a crucial factor when choosing your ski socks. That’s the reason why it’s best to go for a type with reinforcement at the ends.

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