ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small
ANUP mini (overall ski) Small

ANUP mini (overall ski)

The products are extremely soft to the touch but also very tough – making them perfect for hours of fun in the snow. The functional, padded mini snowsuit ANUP MINI keeps kids reliably warm in cold weather thanks to 100% free-range alpine wool (120g/m² padding). They are also equipped with the breathable, waterproof and windproof ZIENER AQUASHIELD® membrane (hydrostatic head 10,000mm/breathability 10,000g/m²/24h), which ensures a warm and dry climate. The abrasion-resistant section on the rear provides an extra bit of durability. The jumpsuit boasts other extras such as taped seams, the option to attach gloves, and decorative, reflective elements. They also have elastic leg hems with removable elasticated foot straps. The hood complies with the DIN EN 14682 standard for the safety of children’s clothing

119.99 €*
* MSRP excl. Shipping costs.

Functional, padded mini snow overalls

• Hood according to DIN EN 14682, safety for children's clothing
• Two side pockets with zipper
• Wear-resistant border on the seat
• Reflecting Elements


All important seams are taped.


Stretchable elastic strap connection which connects gloves to the sleeve of the jacket.


Water column and breathability.


Various thermal insulations.



Particularly warm & soft Alpine wool keeps the body temperature in the comfortable range. Renewable raw material from 100% free-range production.


The breathable, water- and windproof membrane ensures a warm and dry climate.

Item No. 207932
Sizes 86 - 116
Shell 100% Polyester
Lining 1. 100% Polyester, 2. 100% Polyamide
Padding 80% Virgin Wool, 20% Polylactic acid
Care instructions
_x000D_ - machine wash 30°C gentle_x000D_ - do not bleach_x000D_ - do not tumble dry_x000D_ - do not iron_x000D_ - do not dry clean

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