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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Thermal Clothing

It’s freezing cold outside so you once again need to wear layers after layers of clothing to keep yourself warm but then you realize that it can be quite uncomfortable, moreover, after wearing all these layers, you look “bulky” in a way too.  To overcome this uncomfortable feeling and bulkiness, we need thermal clothing to keep ourselves warm without wearing layers and layers.  These are clothes that keep you warm even in bone-chilling temperatures without having to wear turtlenecks, sweaters, or fleece items beneath an insulating coat or exterior clothing.

Thermal clothing is made of fabric that has high quality material and is breathable, provides enough warmth, feels soft and comfortable on the skin; helps retain body heat, and most importantly, can withstand extreme weather conditions. Some of these are used on extreme winter sports and even on Mt. Everest expeditions so it’s safe to assume that these clothes are tough and won’t easily budge.

Even though they are meant to provide comfort and warmth, they do not have to look awkward and homey. Companies are now coming up with stylish thermal wear for both men and women. There are now a variety of styles such as vests, trousers, nightwear, pants, tops, and even footwear and slippers, each having different grades on the intensity of warmth they can provide. There are also fab and chic accessories such as hats, gloves, scarves, socks and supports (i.e. therapy gloves, waist therapy support, neck pillows, back supports, knee supports, etc.).

Thermal wear are available on stores and online so finding the perfect winter clothing for you is just a drive or a click away.

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