Finding the perfect cross-country skiing pants for you and your needs can be challenging. The selection is big, and the options are plentiful. That's why we have created a pants guide to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

We have categorized our cross-country pants into heart rate zones from 1-5 based on activity level. Read through the guide to find your heart rate zone, and we will show you the pants that best suit your use.

Heart rate zone 5

For the fastest skier for the most demanding training sessions. Cross-country skiing pants with the highest qualities, breathability, and innovation.

Heart rate zone 4

For cross-country skiing sessions with high intensity. For athletes looking for technical cross-country pants without compromise.

Heart Rate Zone 3

For the skiing enthusiast with ambitions. Here are several pants that ensure you the best cross-country skiing experience. If you are looking for versatile cross-country pants, you will find the selection here.

Low-intensity training

Heart rate zones 2 and 1

Warmer cross-country skiing pants with extra insulation for lower-intensity training.


Cross-country skiing jackets

See which jacket you’ll need for your intensity and heart rate zone.


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Why you should workout in wool

Wool is nature’s perfected high-performance fabric. Read more about why you should wear wool for your running and cross-country skiing sessions to maximize your performance.


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DÆHLIE Sportswear challenges tradition and introduces RAW 5.0 – a cutting-edge collection of cross-country skiwear, designed to meet the highest demands of high-performance athletes in functionality, design, and innovation.

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Cross-Country Jackets

Finding the perfect cross-country skiing jacket for your needs can be challenging. Read our guide to see which jacket you’ll need for your intensity and heart rate zone.

Cross-country skiing



Choose the right base layer

The most important factor for you to take into consideration when choosing what baselayer will be the optimal fit for you, is the intensity and duration of your intended workout.