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Return/Exchange Policy

Snowsport Pty Ltd offers FREE shipping over $1000 on purchases within Australia. International orders are $39.99. If you choose to send your item back to us from abroad, you will pay for the postage.

Carrier Calculated charges are used with purchases made overseas. 

Returns Address

Attn: Online Returns
Snowsport International Pty Ltd

Snowsport, Mowamba place,

Thredbo Village, 2625

NSW, Australia

Do we return Sale Items?

Should you change your mind about a sale item, we will gladly exchange or refund all items, unless we have stated "final/clearance sale". If the item states "final/ clearance sale", all sales are final and no returns will be excepted. If you are concerned you can't get a refund reach out to our team and we can clarify for ease of mind.

Should you change your mind about a sale item, provided that it is in its original condition, we will exchange or refund your product within 30 days of purchase provided it is unworn and unused.

If you have made an incorrect choice, Snowsport will gladly exchange, refund or credit you for full priced items within 30 days of purchase, if the following conditions are met:

  • The item has not been worn or used in any way
  • The packaging of the product is intact, and all swing tags are attached.
  • You provide a copy of the proof of purchase
  • The item is returned within 30 days of purchase
  • The item is returned to Snowsport via registered post, courier or simply dropped of at our shop in Thredbo.

Please note:
If these requirements are not satisfied, Snowsport International Pty Ltd reserves the right to not refund or exchange your product.

Warranty terms and conditions

We want our customers to be 100% satisfied with their shopping experience.

If your goods are damaged due to manufacturing, we will refund, exchange, repair or credit you within 30 days of purchase. We cannot warranty goods without proof of purchase, so please keep your receipt.

However, Snowsport International Pty Ltd reserves the right to not offer exchange, return, refund or credit a product where the item fault is the result of mistreatment. Some of the things that we consider not under warranty are:

  • Normal wear that occurs from usage over time. Could be fabric fading from long terms sun exposure or tears in fabric that are not located on seams.
  • Damage due to improper care or mistreatment like scratches on lenses.
  • Loss of items outside of Australia. (We will help to the best of our ability to track items down)

If you have any questions, please contact us on +61 2 64576393, Monday to Friday 9-4. Or email us at:

Domestic Return Paid Parcels Reply Paid Service.

The details of your Reply Paid Service are as follows:

Charge Account:

9662221 - Snowsports International P/L

Reply Paid Address:

Reply Paid 88867


Snowsport, Mowamba place,

Thredbo Village, 2625

NSW, Australia

Men's Vancouver Boots
$999.99 AUD


Moncler is a French apparel manufacturer and lifestyle brand founded in 1952 by René Ramillon most known for its beautiful down jackets and ski / sportswear. Moncler took its name from the abbreviation of Monestier-de-Clermont, an Alpine town near Grenoble, France. In 2003, the brand was bought by the Italian entrepreneur Remo Ruffini. Moncler’s flagship store is on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris.

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Men's Vancouver Boots

Tech Info

Boots for men Crafted in leather with nylon tongue Lace up closure Rubber lug outsole Tricolor detail on heel Moncler logo on tongue

Warmth Rating

Staying Warm

In general, padded jackets are warmer but less versatile than shell jackets, which have little or no insulating material.

The story goes that natural down insulation is less bulky than synthetic padding but loses its thermal properties when it's wet, whereas synthetic insulation works better when wet but tends to be more bulky and not as easy to compress into a small package. However, newer forms of synthetic padding are less bulky and more compressible, mimicking down, and may even be stretchy and breathable.

 There are two types of scenarios when a skier purchases a jacket. 

Skier one: Likes to ski moderately to hard and can get warm when doing this. 

We recommend either a waterproof and breathable shell, paired with an insulation jacket. This allows you to stay warm when its a cold day. Or shed the insulation jacket on a warm day to utilise the light properties of a shell jacket.

Pros: You have a second functioning jacket which you can walk around town with or use a light travel jacket. 

Brand suggestions:

  • Peak Performance 
  • Black Yak
  • J.lindeberg

Cons: Purchasing a shell outer jacket and and insulation jacket can put some people off.  

Skier two: Can ski comfortably around doesn't like to push to hard and wants to wear the jacket to Apres ski. 

We recommend a Down or Primaloft insulated jacket. These provide the highest level of warmth around your vital organs. 

Pros: Warm and stylish jackets 

Cons: You can get to warm depending where you ski.

Brand Suggestions:

All brands make these jackets just look for an insulated jacket.

< 20°C
-20°C to -5°C
-5°C to 0°C

water proofing

Let's talk waterproofing and how the scale works.

Waterproofing is measured in numbers; 20k for example. The number refers to millimeters and the amount of pressure the fabric can stand before water starts to leak through. The easiest way to paint the picture is if you imagine 20 000 millimeter hollow tube. Let's now take that tube and place it on a 20 k fabric. If we then fill it up with water, the fabric will not let any water pass through. If this would have been a 15 k fabric though, you can probably imagine what would have happened instead? This is what the number means, but that's not how a jacket is used.

So, what does different numbers means to you and how to use our 1-5 scale? 

1: 3000mm ( Water Resistant )

Entry level - 3000mm is still considered waterproof but won't last for more than light rain.

2: 5000mm ( Snow Proof )

If you ride in cold and clear conditions, you can get away with this level. We don't recommend wearing this when the bad weather hits (unless you like being cold and wet).

3: 10 000mm ( Waterproof )

Wear this is you like long days on the mountain, even when there's bad weather. 10k is a good level.

4: 15 000mm ( Wateproof )

Rain and wet snow don't stand a chance with this. If you live in wetter climates (Australia we're looking at you) 15k is a good, if not great choice. It takes a lot to pass through the membrane.

5: 20 000k and up, also known as (Keep You Dry In Your Own Shower k)

If you enjoy the outdoors, skiing backcountry or need to be prepared for everything situation, you should be looking at 20k and up for waterproofness and breathability. You'll thank us later.    

Water Resistant
Snow Proof
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Men's Vancouver Boots