Ski clothes are special. They aren’t your average puffed up jacket/pants with extra feathers or your average waterproof jacket either. They were made to withstand some of the most toughest conditions one might face when skiing. Such as snow flakes hitting you at high speed, falling into snow, keeping you warm despite extreme cold temperatures.
As you can see, these conditions could never be handled by average consumer wear. These are special clothing and ski clothes come with some certain conditions for cleaning as well. You can’t just toss them into the washer and call them a day. You need to have it professionally taken cared of by a professional dry cleaner. They know what to do and how to do it. You can easily damage ski clothing if you don’t know how to take care of them. Hence, it is highly recommended you take them to a professional dry cleaner.
Skiing season is only a short period of time. So why risk ruining your ski clothes by washing them yourself when you can easily make them last a decade by taking them to a professional dry cleaner.