Mikk-Line snowsuits are an excellent basic snowsuit at affordable prices. When choosing a Mikk-Line snowsuit for your kid you are guaranteed quality - this snowsuit is usable in kindergarten, pre-school and at school.
The Mikk-Line snowsuit can be worn during the damp and chilly seasons, when its often better to wear a snowsuit than wearing a jacket and a pair of ski pants.
Mikk-Line snowsuits come in two different qualities: Mikk-Line Oxford and Mikk-Line Nylon.
Mikk-Line Oxford snowsuits
Oxford snowsuits are the most popular designs and the designs where you find the widest range to choose from.
The Oxford fabric is incredibly hard-wearing and dirt-proof - cleaning the snowsuit is therefore quite easy. The Oxford Mikk-Line snowsuit protects against the cold at temperatures as low as -25 degrees Celsius, they also have high water column pressure at 8,000 mm including a 5,000 g/m2 breathability.
Visible reflector tags and taped seams make the Mikk-Line snowsuits perfect for winter weather.
Mikk-Line Nylon snowsuits
The advantage of the Mikk-Line Nylon snowsuits is that its made from a light and extremely durable material.
Having a Mikk-Line snowsuit made from nylon provides protection against the cold at temperatures of -30 degrees Celsius, on top of this, the snowsuit has been tested at a water column pressure at 8,000 and a breathability of 5,000.
Its often easier to make nice printing/details on nylon, and therefore you will find the widest range of patterned designs in the Mikk-Line snowsuits made from nylon.
When you are going to choose a snowsuit for your kid, Mikk-Line offers different designs - the two primary designs are the baby-suit size 74-104 with double zip. This snowsuit is easy to put on and off and is also extra snug because of the fleece-lining.
For older kids, size 98-140 is available in two designs - the Oxford snowsuit has a visible zip, whereas the Nylon design often has an overlap across the zip - both designs have removable hood, strong boot rubber-straps and all seams of the snowsuit are taped.
Every Mikk-Line snowsuit is washable and can be put into a drying cupboard at the lowest temperature.
The purpose of a Mikk-Line snowsuit is to be practical. Comparing a snowsuit to wearing a jacket and ski pants you find that there is a risk of the kid feeling cold because chilly wind gets through the gap between the jacket and the pants. It takes much more for a kid feeling cold when wearing a snowsuit.