Bogner Ski Clothes
If you’re an avid skier and want to change up your ski wardrobe, check out Bogner.
Here’s a review of Bogner’s ski bibs and snow pants for women.
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Bogner Fire and Ice
Bogner is a European luxury ski wear brand.
Founded in Munich in 1932, Willy Bogner Sr created a company to import skis, ski equipment and Norwegian knit wear into Germany. The company became the official outfitter of the German Olympic team in 1936.
It wasn’t until his son Willy Bogner Jr and his wife Maria took over the company though that Bogner began to expand globally.
Maria designed several styles for the brand, including a stretchy stirrup pant. At the time, there wasn’t much flattering ski clothing for women so movie stars like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor began rocking the stirrup pant on the slopes.
Willy Bogner Jr meanwhile, was a successful Olympic ski racer whose true passion lay in film making and photography. He retired from skiing to focus on the cinema, and was involved in several action films.
Most famously, Bogner Jr. coordinated ski action scenes for the 1969 Bond movie ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ and four other Bond films. Then in 1986 he produced ‘Fire and Ice’, which became one of the most successful sports movies of all time.
Today, Bogner has a main luxury clothing line as well as Fire + Ice, a sportswear line.
The namesake line focuses on sweaters, shoes and luxury clothing while Fire + Ice was created to make performance and active wear.
I’ve mainly tried ski wear from Bogner’s Fire + Ice line!
Bogner Ski Review
Bogner Borja Ski Pant
Bogner’s ski pants are really nicely made.
The Borja pants feature an extra high rise and a unique contrasting waistband. I love the white and black option – they look like tuxedo pants!
There’s velcro ties on the waist so you can tighten the pants for the perfect fit, plus hidden zippers in the backs of the legs to expand over ski boots.
I loved the sleek design of these – they’d be really great if you have a long torso.
They’re so well made, and insulated too. Pair it with a matching white or black ski jacket and you’ll look so chic on the slopes!
Read my in-depth Borja ski pant review here.
Bogner Ivie Bib
I love how lightweight and well made Bogner’s ski bibs are.
Generally, I find that more premium winter clothes are able to offer the same insulation, but in a lighter weight fabric compared to more affordably priced brands.
If you dislike feeling weighed down by layers or ‘bulky’, then check out the Ivie bib!
Finally, there’s tons of pockets and the fabric is entirely waterproof!
Read my in-depth Ivie bib review here.
Bogner Zula Ski Pant
Read my in-depth Zula pant review here.
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Ski Wear Haul
I posted a couple try-on hauls of all the ski wear brands that I’ve tried. You can check them out on my Youtube channel here.
I also did a livestream on Amazon Live chatting all about dressing for the cold.
I talk about winter fashion essentials, ski gear and cute (but affordable) ski clothes that you can shop on Amazon!
Ski Wear Haul
I posted a couple try-on hauls of all the ski wear brands that I've tried. You can check them out on my Youtube channel here.
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