Luhta, Salle, softshell ski pants, women, light grey
These ski pants from Luhta are made of high quality softshell that gives the freedom of movement during skiing. The pants have the following features:
- The material is windproof and breathable.
- Snow locks.
- Water repellent coating.
- Feminine slim fit.
- 4-way stretch material for optimal freedom of movement.
Usually, we advise choosing your regular size when buying ski wear. It is not necessary to buy one size up, even if you wear more layers underneath.
In order to help you choose the right size, our models tried the products on and we added the size information for each product. If the product size turns out to be “normal”, choose your regular size.
For products that turn out to be “one size bigger”, please choose one size down from your regular size.
Moreover, in our Frequently Asked Questions, you can find the size charts from each brand.
To wash your ski clothes, we recommend using special cleaner that will protect and restore the performance of your ski and outdoor clothing. SkiWebShop offers a wide range of Nikwax and Holmenkol cleaning products, protective waxes and sprays. Do not use traditional laundry detergent and please make sure you follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Complete your outfit
Nikwax, Tech Wash 1 liter, washing detergent for ski and outdoor clothes
Suggested price: € 23.50
Our price: € 22.45
Nikwax, Softshell Proof, 300 ml, impregnation for your softshell ski and outdoor clothes
Suggested price: € 15.50
Our price: € 14.45
Holmenkol, Textile Wash & Textile Proof, Duopack
Suggested price: € 22.95
Our price: € 19.99
Holmenkol, HighTec Proof, 250 ml
Suggested price: € 14.95
Our price: € 13.50
The brand Luhta
The brand Luhta designs and produces ski wear and winter fashion. Next to that, ski gloves, softshell jackets, hats and scarves can be found in their product range. Luhta is a finish brand and is still in hands of the family. The company started as a private small business in 1907 when Vihtori Luhtanen and his wife started to produce clothes. Three years later he hired two additional sewer. Today the brand belongs among others to the L-Fashion Group, one of the biggest clothing manufacturers in Europe. The L-Fashion Group makes a yearly profit of about 258 million euros, employs 1645 people and exports in to more than 40 countries.