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September 15, 2016
Winter hacks

Our lifesavers. Also timesavers.

At Kombi, we spend most of our time thinking of new ways to keep people warm and to ease their lives during our long winter. So we listen to your stories, and we put ourselves in your shoes. This is the spirit that drives us to create smart produc... Read more...
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July 26, 2016
Winter hacks

Storage ideas for a snowy winter

As we all know, with winter come swirls of snowflakes, roaring fireplaces, and playful snowball fights. However, winter also means lost mittens, wet hats, salt stains on carpets, and scrunched up tuques. So the question is—how do you keep an entry... Read more...
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July 26, 2016
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How to get mittens on a child

Having trouble getting mitts on your wriggly one? Fret no more! First of all, always put the mitts on first, before the coat or snowsuit. You can also guide your child's hand thanks to our red-thumb system. And the extra long zipper makes it a bre... Read more...
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December 27, 2015
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How to dry your gloves and mitts

Humid gloves and mitts are the absolute worst. Use a wire hanger as a stand and place them on a baseboard heater. They'll be warm, dry and cozy, just like they should be.   Read more...
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December 17, 2015
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Men’s ski essentials

Hit the slopes and stay warm with men's ski essentials. There's nothing better for wind resistance on the ski lifts than the Body 2 Merino Wool base layer. So thin yet amazingly so warm! But let's not forget your extremities: high performance Grea... Read more...
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November 18, 2015
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How to add a little extra warmth

Cold hands are so passé. Keep your paws warm by giving them extra room, and treat them to our hand warmers' magic. You can also add an extra pair of thin under-gloves for extra warmth. And if you're still cold, reach for our hand warmers that w... Read more...
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