Stay warm and dry in Auski selection of base layers, fleeces, and thermals, perfect for your next ski or snowboarding trip. With a variety of items from some of the most well-known brands in the business, you can ski and snowboard comfortably and stylishly in the chilly weather. Every piece of clothing, from insulating thermal leggings to long sleeve t-shirts, full face masks, socks, and hoodies, has been specifically designed for use during winter outdoor sports.
Our selection of men's face masks and neckwarmers and thermals combines comfort, functionality, and breathability for multisport use, whether you're tackling icy slopes or hiking a long distance. Don't let inappropriate attire stop you from engaging in what you enjoy. Instead, shop our snowboard thermals sale for full-coverage, insulating layers that offer all-day warmth, regardless of the weather, and that dry quickly.
Ice breaker and Le Bent Merino and Bamboo base layers will keep you warm and dry all day out on the slopes. Burton also make great thermals in their AK range. They have lightweight, midweight and AK weight if you get really cold and use a combination of soft stretch DRYRIDE Ultrawick in their light layers and Merino Wool in the heavier weights.
The greatest layering system for merino wool is offered by Icebreaker. Icebreaker 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.
Superfine merino wool from New Zealand growers is used to make IceBreaker’s men's base layers. Wearing merino wool clothing allows you to stay dry and comfortable all day long because it is naturally breathable. Men’s Merino Thermals can be worn alone or below winter clothing for cosy comfort in even the coldest temperatures. After a strenuous workout at the gym or a long day spent hiking in the mountains, merino regulates your body temperature and has a built-in scent barrier to keep you smelling fresh. Browse our selection of men's t-shirts and merino bottoms if you prefer something more casual.
Australian snowboarding and skiing destinations including Mount Buller, Mount Hotham, Thredbo, and more are as pure a powder fix as you can get. You simply need to show up in your natural state while dressed in the top men's snow gear available because enjoying the best rides begins with being warm. The best course of action to accomplish that is to adhere to the 3-layer rule. Your snow clothing should be made up of three layers, each of which performs a different role. Men’s snow jackets provide protection from weather elements like snow, rain, and wind chill while base layers and liner jackets insulate and maintain warmth. Don't forget that these layers should be permeable to air in order to reduce humidity.
When venturing out into the bitterly cold snow, you can never be too prepared. You will be warmer if you wear more clothes as winter approaches. With our wide selection of Snow gear, Auski has you covered if you need more outerwear. Thermals will ensure you stay warm and dry even in the harshest of conditions.
Auski offers the best in comfort and performance when it comes to thermals and base layers. We have what you need, whether you're recovering from an injury, seeking for merino wool to keep you extra cosy, or looking to invest in thermals that will help you perform at your best on the slopes. For your next snow trip, our thermal and base layer ranges has everything you need. Have questions? Get in touch with the knowledgeable and friendly staff at Auski who can help with any product enquiry.