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The snow and winter weather bring lots of fun activities to take part in outdoors, but they also bring cold temperatures that can sometimes be uncomfortable if you’re not dressed properly. When it comes to dressing properly for winter weather and time spent on the mountain, layers are key. Thermal underwear is at the base of a warm ski outfit and will keep any kid nice and toasty throughout the entire day. At Quiksilver, we like to spend our days on the mountain focused on finding the best runs and perfecting our skills, not distracted by our clothing or struggling with the low temperatures. We want kids to have the same enjoyable, distraction-free experience on the mountain which is why we design quality kids long underwear to keep them extra warm and comfortable. Kids thermals are an important piece of a complete skiing outfit that every kid should get in the habit of wearing to ensure that they stay unaffected by the cold from their first run of the day until their last.
As relative newcomers to the sport, kids might often wonder what to wear when skiing. There are a lot of pieces that go into putting together a complete ski outfit for the mountain, but before everything else it is important for kids to learn that thermal underwear comes first. Kids have probably heard their parents refer to long underwear or long johns, laughing because of the funny names and wondering what all the fuss was about. But kids long johns are no laughing matter, they are actually one of the most important pieces of clothing to be worn on the mountain. More commonly referred to these days as base layers, boys long johns are the combination of a lightweight top and bottom that go underneath the rest of your ski gear. Although kids thermals are lightweight, the fabrics used to design them are made to trap in body heat while still being actively breathable. This means that when kids wear kids long underwear underneath the rest of their snow layers, they are able to stay warm and comfortable no matter how cold the temperatures get. Quiksilver designs boys long underwear that kids can get excited about because it is easy to wear and effective on the mountain, making for a more enjoyable day spent in the snow.
Kids deserve to wear the best thermal underwear available, and that is exactly what Quiksilver designs. Our kids thermals are created with the best performance materials because we believe that kids thermal underwear should be something that they enjoy putting on in the morning. Thermal pants especially are an important part of kids thermals because legs are what gets the most interaction with the snow during the day, so it is always important that every kid’s thermal underwear of choice performs to the highest standards on the bottom. Another thing that sets Quiksilver apart is that we design our boys thermal underwear to meet the same performance standards that we design our thermal underwear for adults and professionals. Why? Because we strongly believe that just because the skier is smaller doesn’t mean that their protection on the mountain needs to meet lower standards. Having the proper warmth and protection on the mountain is essential to developing a love for time spent enjoying it, and our kids long underwear is exactly the perfect start to that.
Ready to start layering up for your next trip to the mountains? Don’t forget to stock up on Quiksilver kids long underwear to stay nice and cozy! Visit our online store today and browse our full collection of kids thermals to choose the style that looks best for you. Our convenient online shopping experience makes it easy to buy the thermal underwear you need in no time and our free customer service help line is always available to answer questions via live chat, phone, or email to make your shopping experience more enjoyable.
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