LAYERED CLOTHES PRINCIPLES
How to best layer clothes for your snowboard or ski outfit?
No cotton layers and breathable layers mean sweating less during the effort. Sweat is the enemy when you cool down.
Keep the warmth
By investing in high-performance fabrics like Dermizax, Pinneco or Merino, your clothing layers act as a real shield.
Adjust for comfort
By having only three layers of technical winter clothes, you'll be able to easily add or remove one layer to adapt fast.
Use a merino base layer
Your thermal base layer must be a tight layer, made with the
#no sweat #no smell
Use a real insulation layer
Whether it is a mid layer hoodie or jacket, this warm snowboard or ski insulation layer is an essential piece of the layered clothing principle.
Pick your mid layer fleece fabric: Pinneco, Bamboo hybrid or S.
Use a Hard S hell Layer Jacket
The shell layer is a key component for
Penguin designed shell layer jackets with comfort and performance in mind, meaning a lot of details especially
Keep the same outwear all year long, simply by adapting the number of layers.
Penguin layers reduce your ski outfits to the essentials and allow
From very cold winters to Indian summers Penguin got you covered by mixing its three main layers.
Adding other materials in between the layers (like cotton for instance) would prevent your skin from breathing properly, which would lead to sweat.
"An efficient and minimalist approach to layering clothes"
A real protection in all mountain conditions.
The three layers principle allows
Now it's time to protect the first two layers with the best waterproof jacket. Made of Dermizax technology, the result is a breathing outfit that can stand all weather conditions of wind, snow