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Men’s and Women’s Isotherm Hoody
Delivering the highest levels of active performance, the brand new Isotherm Hoody provides perfect insulation and optimal moisture management for all winter endurance sports. The innovative Polartec Alpha technology sets new standards in breathability and thermal regulation, while the feather-light Pertex Quantum shell fabric ensures maximum protection at a minimal weight.
The Isotherm Hoody was awarded the ISPO AWARD GOLD WINNER 2013.
Polartec Alpha is a new concept in synthetic insulation focusing on unsurpassed thermo-regulation and breathability. Unlike conventional synthetic insulations Alpha is a woven material that offers excellent stability and superior durability without the need for scrims or tightly woven fibre proof linings fabrics.
Its unique woven structure allows for the use of highly breathable lining fabrics which permit body heat to move through the insulation away from the body. This unrestricted movement of moisture vapour allows these garments to be worn in a wider range of activities compared to conventional insulated garments.
Product Technical Details:
20 Denier Pertex Quantum | Softshell Shoulder Reinforcement | Polartec Alpha insulation | Zip chest pocket | Two zippered hand pockets | Angel-Wing Movement
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