Whether you're sitting, standing, walking, or running, your body is producing certain levels of moisture vapor which need to escape in order to remain comfortable.

What happens when wearing a garment with non-perforated insulation?

When the wearer is active, they begin to sweat, therefore moisture vapor builds up on the body. When wearing a non-perforated garment, this moisture vapor builds up on the skin between the insulation. As it is slow to pass through the insulation, liquid sweat will end up sitting on the wearers skin, meaning they become extremely uncomfortable.

How does perforated insulation provide the solution?

Perforated insulation allows moisture vapor and liquid sweat to move away from the body at all activity levels. The apertures are big enough to allow moisture vapor to escape, yet small enough to retain superior warmth in dry and wet conditions, ensuring absolute thermal balance for your ultimate comfort. This unique technology means that the wearer is protected against hypothermia or heatstroke when in extreme conditions.

Perforations allow for moisture vapor to easily escape through the insulation

When in garment composition, air is trapped within perforations to maintain warmth