Welcome to our first blog post, we will try to educate you on great products, and also how to properly dress and use these products to help keep you warm and comfortable during time spent in the outdoors, specifically during that hunt or outdoor sporting event with freezing temperatures that you just cannot or do not want to miss.
From the head to the feet, and the core in between, there are many great products that can greatly help keep you warm during these really cold outings. Many of these products now use some of the most high tech and lightweight fabrics that allow these cold weather clothing items to be thinner and lighter in weight, yet still have great insulating properties. But they also need to be used properly to get maximum efficiency and warmth from them.
A few of these materials are well recognized, like Thinsulate, a very thin type of insulation, that uses a polyester layering technique that allows air to be trapped inside, yet does not allow cold to penetrate from the outside. Thinsulate is used in jackets, hats, gloves, and even sleeping bags. It’s one of the most well recognized names in the cold weather clothing industry.
UnderArmour has some of the best, cold weather base layers on the market, they use a stretchy moisture wicking fabric, which keeps moisture away from the body core, which is essential to keep to keeping you warm.
There is also a special wind blocking material that by weaving fabric strands a certain way it prevents the wind from piercing inside to the body. These items can be used in anything from a lightweight thin jackets, to a fleece vest.
There is also a heat reflecting material, which sometime incorporate a thin metallic layer, it’s usually over a type of plastic. These heat reflecting materials are often found in space blankets, and fire blankets to aid firefighters caught in a fast moving fire with no way out and gives a barrier from the heat as the fire passes quickly over them. Or sometimes it is used inside a fabric to reflect heat back inside the fabric. This heat reflecting material is also used by the www.bootsuits.com insulated boot covers. By using this type of reflecting material inside the boot insulators, they are able to keep the boot covers thinner and more lightweight than other boot covers on the market.
So if you suffer from cold feet, cold hands, or just get cold easily, stay tuned and hopefully we will be able to educate you on great products, and ways to use them to help keep you toasty warm on that next venture into some frigid temperatures that would normally have you shivering with pain rather than smiling with enjoyment.