Wed’ze 10 years already!


Decathlon ski and snowboard brand Wed'ze has quite grown over 10 years! But do you really know Wed'ze?

10 ans Wed'ze by Decathlon


Wed’ze, quechua's little sister

The brand Wed'ze was born in Autumn 2006. Quechua's litlle sister, it was named after the successful short ski "Wed'ze". Back then, ski ans snowboard were designed under the brand Quechua. With the intent to best meet skiers and snowboarders expectations and desires, which are very different from that of hikers, Quechua is divided in two universes: hiking and skiing / snowboarding.


Wed’ze today

70 team players

700 products over the season 2016-2017

Wed’ze designed in Haute-Savoie

Wed'ze has been located for 10 years in Haute-Savoie, in Passy. Wed'ze's products are imagined, designed, created and tested a few minutes from the first ski slopes, a stone throw away from the prototype workshop, closest you can get to the skiers and snowboarders.


wed'ze en haute-savoie : 10 ans de la marque ski et snowboard


10 years of icon products and evolution


wedze 10 ans 2006-2016


Souvenirs, souvenirs… Maybe you too have somewhere in storage one of our old products. Remember?



* Wed’ze short ski // 2005 - 2006 *

that's the ski the brand was named after




Wed’ze short ski pure // 2007-2008 *



10 ans de skis et snowboards wed'ze by decathlon





* the pull’n fit pant *

the ski pants with the adjustable length.

Done with walking on your pants!

Still one of our products this season, it has quite evolved since its creation in 2007.




* the reverse backpack: remember the tv ad ? *



sac-à-dos reverse 10 ans wed'ze ski et snowboard





* the Upops ski // 2011 *


les skis upops - wed'ze 10 ans 2006-2016




* the Boost 700 ski // 2015 *

First Wed'ze ski to be awarded by the press



10 ans wed'ze la marque ski et snowboard by decathlon




What about you, do you still use one of our old products?



* did you know? *

Wed’ze comes from the skiing vocabulary of the "savoyard" dialect.

Make a "wed'ze" means to glide, to slip, to jump on the snow.

Pauline MARTIN
Dialog leader
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