A high-performance baselayer features the latest technology to regulate the body temperature during activity, by wicking moisture away from the body's surface - giving you the freedom to be inspired by your adventure, no matter the conditions or season.
A baselayers primary function is to ensure that warmth is retained and your body's core temperature is constantly regulated.
Our baselayers are designed to wick moisture away from the body's surface in order to keep you dry and comfortable.
All of our baselayers feature a close fit in order to trap air next to the skin and keep the body insulated.
Fabric is created using a differential knit that provides different fabric coverings on specific body areas.
Use of Body Mapping Technology (BMT) allows for better regulation of your body's temperature and provides warmth to areas that need it, and more breathability to areas of the body that tend to overheat.
Polypropylene blended with elastane creates a super stretchy fabric for optimum moisture wicking and heat retention.
Minimal seams reduce the chance of chafing and improve comfort.
Polypropylene does not absorb moisture due to the closed cell structure of the Polypropylene yarn, keeping you dry, fresh and odour free
Bamboo has a silky and natural feel next to the skin. Making for a more comfortable tight-fitted garment.
Polypropylene features excellent body heat retention due to its low conductive properties.
Bamboo has a silky and natural feel next to the skin that allows for a more comfortable garment.
Bamboo aids in moving moisture away from your skin to the outside of the garment. This keeps your skin dryer and reduces odors due to its anti-bacterial properties.
Carbonised bamboo absorbs excess UV rays before it makes contact with your skin.
Viloft transports moisture away from the body and it's anti-microbial action inhibits the growth of bacteria.
Viloft's flat fibre cross-section gives it excellent thermal insulation properties. The modified cross-section creates air chambers in the fabric that acts as a buffer against the cold.
Vilof fabrics have up to 30% higher thermal insulation than cotton fabrics. Just a small percentage of Viloft is enough to make a significant difference in textile warmth.