Kjus has established a respected reputation for leading the way in terms of technical sportswear and their new winter 2016/17 range is another impressive extension of their ethos.
Technology and performance is really put to the test in the depths of winter and the harshest of conditions.
And if anyone knows about exactly what is required to deal with the conditions up a mountain, then the Norwegian former Olympic ski champion Lasse Kjus has all the qualifications in abundance. The brand which bears his name boasts features and technology which will ensure the wearer will be ready for any conditions coming their way, while maintaining a sharp style.
Layers remain an important factor in battling the elements and Kjus has ticked the boxes for those who pursue winter sports or simply want to stay warm and comfortable in any chosen activity.
The Second Skin Halfzip Black (£79) is an ideal layer with a soft feel and ergonomic seams, flat lock stitching and no side or shoulder seams for maximum comfort, while other colours are also available.
The Hydraulic Halfzip Oatmeal (£129), which is also available in a range of colours, is a fast-drying item which adds extra warmth as a mid-layer, but is versatile enough to cope with a wide variety of conditions.
As you would expect, their jackets leave no stone unturned either.
The Sight Line Jacket Black (£559) is a fresh take on a classic one coloured jacket with remarkable technology and innovation for stretch qualities and to provide the best in insulation.
The Blackcomb Down Jacket Nightshadow Blue (£249), meanwhile, is a lightweight full-zip down jacket – a quality piece of engineering with both diagonal and horizontal panelling.
And what better way to top off the Kjus look than with a beanie (£35), featuring an ultra-sort yarn quality and eye-catching logo.
The technology remains hugely impressive in the Kjus range and these latest additions will surely prove popular again.