When skiing, you can stay warm and dry by wearing base layers, fleeces, and thermals from Auski. With a variety of items from some of the most well-known brands in the business, you may ski and snowboard in the chilly weather in comfort and style. Each and every piece of ski apparel, such as thermal long sleeve tops, face masks and neck warmers, snow socks, and thermal leggings, has been designed specifically for use while partaking in winter outdoor sports.
Our selection of women's ski thermals combines comfort, use, and breathability for multisport use, whether you're tackling icy slopes or hiking a long distance. Don't let inappropriate clothing keep you from engaging in your favourite activities. Instead, look through our collection of thermals for skiing to discover fully-coverage, quickly-drying layers that offer all-day warmth regardless of the weather.At Auski we have a great range of women’s base layers and thermal layers online from the best brands including IceBreaker, Burton, Le Bent,Eivy and XTM in a range of sizes of X-Small to 3XL.
Your base layers of Icebreaker and Le Bent Merino and Bamboo will keep you warm and dry as you spend the entire day skiing. Ice breaker Merino thermals come in 200 or 260 weight. The 200 weight will be great for most days in Australia but if you get really cold you can buy the 260 weight. These will keep you warm in Japan and Europe down to the coldest temperatures. The great thing about Merino wool and Bamboo thermals are that they are a natural fibre and won’t smell even after days of use. They are also very soft on the skin. Bamboo base layers are a great choice if you find wool a little bit scratchy on the skin.
Burton's AK line features excellent thermals as well. Lightweight, midweight, and AK weight options are available, and the lighter options combine soft stretch DRYRIDE Ultrawick with Merino Wool for the heavier weights if you become very chilly.
To have the best time on your upcoming ski trip, you must first be warm. The ideal method for doing it is to adhere to the 3-layer rule. Three layers of snow gear, each with a distinct function, should be worn. Women's ski jackets provide protection from weather elements like snow, rain, and wind chill, while base layers and lining coats insulate and maintain warmth. To reduce humidity, keep in mind that these layers must be breathable.
Auski offers the most luxurious thermals and base layers in terms of comfort and usefulness. We have what you need, whether you're recuperating from an injury, searching for extra-cozy merino wool, or looking to invest in thermals that will enable you to perform at your very best on the slopes. You can find everything you need for your upcoming winter journey in our thermal and base layer collections. Have questions? For assistance with any product enquiries, get in touch with the friendly and knowledgeable Auski staff.