Dressing the right way

The basics of layer-on-layer clothing are simple: the base layer is closest to your body and helps disperse perspiration from your body. Then, depending on the temperature and your activity, you add one or more thermal mid layers and finally, a shell layer to protect against the wind, rain and snow. The layer-on-layer principle has some major advantages. Not only will you dramatically enhance your comfort level, you will probably perform better since your garments work with instead of against you.

Dressing the right way

Tees & Shirts

Functional garments for high pulse activities, trekking or travel. Common features are light, fast drying materials with excellent breathability.

Shorts, Pants & Skirts

Functional garments for high pulse activities, trekking or travel. Common features are light, fast drying materials with excellent breathability.

Mid layer

Thermal regulator

The mid layer is the real thermal regulator in this context with garments made of fabrics that effectively wick away moisture and have excellent capacity to trap air that keeps you warm.

Soft shell

Soft, comfortable and silent

Soft shells take the best from both worlds, blending the right amount of shell protection with the right amount of thermal and moisture managing properties. The products are soft, quiet, highly breathable and versatile.

Shell layer

Protects against wind, water and snow

The shell layer is the outermost garment in the layer-on-layer concept. It protects against wind, water and snow while simultaneously releasing just as much moisture as possible.

Insulation

The highest weight to warmth ratio

With most thermal layers you need a heavier fabric to stay warmer but by using lightweight synthetic fiber fill or down feather fill combined with ultra lightweight face fabrics you can get a greater amount of heat from a much lighter garment.

Accessories

Headwear, gloves and belts

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