The boot is the most important part of your ski equipment. It determines your comfort, foot and ankle support, influences the movements of your body and the reaction of your skis (support, turns). Check out our advice to help you select your ski boots!
When deciding on the right snowboard and bindings for your child (or a junior snowboard), you need to consider his height, shoe size and his technical level. Here is our advice to help you find the snowboard that will best suit your child!
Between the waterproofing, breathability, coating or membrane… do you find it hard to choose your ski trousers? We reveal all the information you need to make the right choice, and stay warm and dry in every situation.
Freeride skiing takes place in the mountains and/or high mountains. Therefore, your body is exposed to difficult conditions such as cold, wind and humidity. What should you consider when choosing your jacket? Explanation
Do you want to invest in a pair of freeride skis? The size of the skis is an important criterion to take into account when making your purchase.
Not too tall or too short and wide enough for your practice, we give you all our advice to choose your freeride skis.
Choosing bindings can be a real headache when the winter season arrives. Don’t panic, we’ll give you all the information you need to choose the best pair of bindings according to your skiing use, skiing level and body type.
A good pair of snowboarding boots should hold the foot effectively while providing good comfort. The boots should also be adapted to the type of snowboarding you do and your level. Follow the guide to find the ones you need.
Want to have a go at a sport that's accessible to all, close to nature, with lightweight and comfortable equipment, that can be adapted to your fitness level and what you like doing? Let's take a quick look at cross-country skiing.
To make the most of your cross-country skiing runs without being to hot, too cold or having damp clothing, it’s important to go for technical garments specially developed specifically for cross-country skiing and take into account two criteria:your intensity level and the weather conditions.
Check out all our advice to choose the right clothing!
Ski jackets come in so many styles and have so many features that it can be difficult to make sense of it all! If you love piste skiing, here are a few tips to help you find your way around and choose the right jacket for your needs.
During a cross-country skiing session, you don't necessarily feel the need to drink? However, even if it's cold, your body needs to be hydrated to continue producing heat during exercise. Check out our tips.
Do you want to go back to the roots of cross-country skiing? Go to Scandinavia! Almost everyone practises Nordic skiing there, which is considered as much a means of transport as a sport.
Whether it is in Finland, Norway or Sweden, the ski areas of the northern countries extending as far as the eye can see will captivate you.
Do you want a change of scenery and to head off cross-country skiing in the Pyrenees? Check out our favourite 5 resorts to enjoy gliding to the heart of the forests. Let's hope the snow and sun turn up too!
Outside, the temperatures are dropping! 🥶
And even though trips outside are rare at the moment, kids are still going out to school, to exercise and get fresh air.
How to protect them from the cold without getting in their way? We’ll tell you all!
The ideal ski boot is both efficient and comfortable. For wide feet, there are different shell widths, and tips for feeling good in your ski boots throughout the day, and throughout the all of the winter season.To find out more ... it's here.
Sophie Claude, a doctor, and Aurélien Laurent, a ski patroller, both work in La Clusaz ski resort, Haute-Savoie. Their job is dealing with winter sport accidents. Whether it's a light blow to the head or serious head trauma, they know how important it is to wear a helmet when you take to the slopes. When skiing, snowboarding or sledding, collisions can happen anywhere, with anyone or anything! Talking about their work, they explain to us why it's so important to wear a helmet on the ski slopes.
Are you wondering why you need to wear a ski helmet? Well, the figures speak for themselves: after the legs, the head is the part of the body most susceptible to injury during a winter sports accident.
It is often difficult to introduce children to snowboarding...
To change things and make snowboarding accessible to younger children, Dreamscape will organise a new snowboarding event, specially tailored to Decathlon stores: Come On Board!
Bringing together two disciplines, cross-country skiing and shooting, biathlon is a sport that combines endurance, calmness and concentration!
Learning biathlon lets you discover this Olympic discipline in a playful and fun way.
Wearing a helmet is important for safe skiing, but a ski helmet may not protect you as well in the event of an impact if the helmet is in bad condition. It is important to know when to change a ski helmet so that you can continue to enjoy the fun of skiing serenely.
Downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, freeriding, freestyle, snowboarding or tobogganing, to choose the right winter sportswear, you start with the basics, underwear. We help you make the right choice.
To fully enjoy your winter season, whether it lasts a week or several months, it is important to be in the best of shape. In order to start the season in great shape and make the most of the experience, here is the advice of Maud, a ski instructor and product engineer at Wed’ze!
Yann, ski patrol member at the Col d'Ornon in the Vallée d’Oisans, tested the new Wedze skis, PATROL 95, all through last season. Interview with a mountain professional, who is passionate about his job and driven by his love for skiing.
Skiing, kite surfing, hiking, climbing... if it's on a board or in the mountains, we will be there! This winter, we completed an, important job: we tested Wedze's future freeride skis for the Decathlon brand. We will tell you more about us (that's for our ego) and the skis that were tested to their limits.
Meeting with Cloé, Decathlon team member and passionate freerider. From the Vosges, where she grew up, to the Alps, where she skis now, we will focus on her skiing career and her test season on new freeride skis by Wedze, the SLASH 100
Skiing, kite surfing, mountain biking, hiking, climbing ... if it's on a board or in the mountains, we're there! Over the winter we completed an important assignment: testing the future freeride skis from Wedze, Decathlon's skiing brand. So we're going to tell you a bit more about us (and blow our own trumpet a little) and about the skis that we've been pushing to the limit.
What are best for keeping hands warm - Mittens or Gloves?Everyone has already asked this crucial question ... Wedze gives you some tips to help you choose between ski mittens and gloves. Have a good read and good luck!
Having cold hands can turn a wonderful day on the slopes into a nightmare. Although there is no miracle way to keep hands warm when out skiing, selecting the right equipment and adopting certain behaviours can help greatly. Here are our tips.