Whatever brand and style of clothing you choose, make sure you’re comfortable. Your clothes should not interfere with your movements.
Monosuit style allows better freedom of movements and keepsthe warmth evenly between the bottom and top of your body.
I recommend you choose a snowsuit that comes with a shell and a removable insulating layer. This allows you to remove some thickness in warmer conditions. Vent openings with zippers are a great asset.
Choose Primaloft style insulators (120g and +) because they have the advantage of being light, breathable and eliminate moisture.
It is important to choose a good quality snowsuit, both waterproof and windproof (+ 20,000mm).
Although bright colors are fashionable, they are very recommended to be highly visible especially in the high-risk avalanche terrain.
Choose a warm, waterproof and lightweight model.
A higher boot will protect your leg better.
They must allow you to easily shift gears.
Opt for an ultra lightweight helmet. Carbon fiber models are a good choice.
Winter helmets often include a removable muzzle which prevents your goggles from fogging.
Insulators like Primaloft are a good choice because they are lightweight and breathable while keeping you warm. Choose a model with the highest water resistance as possible.
I advise you to wear appropriate clothing under your snowsuit. Choose synthetic fiber like polyester which dries faster than natural fibers. Merino wool, on the other hand, is an excellent anti-bacterial insulation, warm and dries quickly.