red ski throusers

Ski trousers

Children’s ski trousers, size 164

The red children’s ski trousers (size 164) made of a synthetic textile are entirely aimed at functionality and flexibility. The trousers are padded, have a side pocket and adjustable, elastic braces, with red plastic clips. The waistline is also marked with a sewn-in elastic band at the back, to allow clothes with varying thicknesses to be worn underneath without any problem. A central zipper at the front closes the trousers up to the chest. An elastic band is also sewn into the end of the trouser leg to prevent snow from getting in. The ski trousers are completely made of polyamide, which was often described as Dederon in the GDR. Such ski trousers were manufactured by VEB Bekleidungswerke Johanngeorgenstadt, among others, and were popular items of winter clothing for the whole family.

Key data

1970s and1980s
size 164


  • Children’s clothes
  • Clothing
  • Dederon
  • Equipment
  • Industrial manufacture
  • Needle work
  • Sports clothing
  • Synthetics
  • Winter holiday
  • Winter sports
  • 70s
  • 80s
  • red