Layer clothing keeps you dry and warm, which not only feels comfortable but also improves performance, allowing the body to direct its energy resources to maximum effort instead of heat regulation. The basic philosophy of layer clothing is to create insulating layers of air between several layers of clothing. Because every person's fitness, metabolism and capacity to withstand the cold are different, no single correct layer-clothing solution exists. The right approach is to put on and take off layers according to weather conditions, own needs and level of physical activity. These instructions purpose is to help you "step by step" to get dressed properly against the arctic weather.
The Base Layer is in contact with your skin. A tight fitting and wicking material is best to keep you warm and dry. The layer should consist underwear both shirt and long johns. To have comfortable feet they must be at the right temperature there for the proper socks to wear are made of a mixture of wool, should have a good fit and ventilate the humidity coming to and from the body.
The mid layer is for insulation and keeping you warm. We recommend the use of fleeces, woollen pullovers, sweaters and trousers. Avoid cotton because it traps moisture and stays wet and draws heat from you.
The Outer Layer (overall) blocks wind, keep you warm and allow moisture to escape. The outer layers include shells made of a similar material as Gore - Tex.
Eräsetti Safaris provide you with:
woollen socks, gloves, balaclava, overall, winter shoes and helmet.
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