What a wonderful idea. There’s no better feeling than skiing in a nice ski suit. Simon Fourcade Nørdic has for you a large selection of ski apparel adapted to cross-country skiing. You can even ski with a norwegian suit!
What are the characteristics of a woman's Nordic ski suit?
Made in Lycra, ski suits have multiple benefits. They are very stretchy, they adapt perfectly to body movement and different body shapes without losing their original shape.
Their drying time is also very short, which is important if you want regular sessions one after the other. The mesh inserts are located in areas subject to perspiration. They allow rapid evacuation of moisture and provide comfort in use by reducing unwanted friction. The most demanding skiers and fans of long-distance races will love the Rossignol Infini Compression suit. Featuring compression zones, this woman's suit improves blood circulation to reduce the onset of muscle fatigue during intense effort.
What's the best way to wear a ski suit?
If you want to ski in a suit the weather conditions should be clement, or you should be expecting an intense session. The very lightweight fabric it is made of does not create heat. This is why the top is worn with thermal underwear which will give you good thermo regulation. The bottoms are worn next to the skin. For ease of movement the cut should be a very close fit to your body. Hyperthermia is just as detrimental to performance as hypothermia, so feel free to start your sessions with a pair of ski trousers and a Cross-country ski jacket you can remove when you have warmed up.