Softshell pants! You've found some pants you love the sound of and the look of, but now you don't know how you're going to choose. Plus Size, Snow and choice don't normally go together but since we have all that covered, we thought you might like a quick run down of how to compare between the softshell styles we have on offer.
2 Simple Steps to finding the best plus size snow and ski clothing you've ever owned!
Measure your curvy body with confidence & experience online shopping success this winter! Find YOUR perfect fit for YOUR curvy body in our plus size ski jackets, pants and thermal underwear designed for curves and extended sizes. Use our video, step-by-step guide or read every little detail to help you choose your best plus size snow outfit ever.
Ski pants can be long in length and bunched up a bit as per the picture (they should have a bit of length on them, and at least rest on your feet when wearing without shoes) or even a bit more as pictured.
The thinner your ski sock, the better. Yes, seriously. Frosty toes are the bane of snow sports and it may seem like a completely logical and a cozy idea to wear really thick explorer style socks or even more than one pair of socks to keep your toes and feet warm and dry all day. You will more than likely regret it once you’re out on the slopes.
Layering under outerwear (jacket and pants) is the most important part of getting dressed to go skiing. The most essential layer is thermal underwear, which wicks away sweat and moisture from your skin.
Special detergents need to be used on your waterproof gear to ensure the fabric’s water-repellent coating is not washed away by strong household detergents.