Brushed on the inside to provide comfort and thermal insulation.
Freedom of movement
Slim with a stretch fabric for greater comfort in movement.
Very breathable component (RET=3.79).
Zipper collar for more ventilation.
The 100 shirt has a slim fit.
If you're seeking a second skin effect (skin tight), choose your usual size.
If you are seeking a looser fit, choose one size up from your usual size.
We designed this shirt with a warm component that is brushed on the inside so that it traps warm air against your skin in order to provide superior thermal insulation. The close-fitting stand-up collar prevents cold air from entering.
How to stay warm and dry during my cross-country skiing outings?
Follow the 3-layer technique.
Layer 1: second skin (high-tech base layer) that wicks away moisture to keep the skin dry.
Layer 2: insulating (T-shirt, fleece) layer that provides warmth and transfers moisture outwards.
Layer 3: outer protective (jacket) layer that protects from the weather conditions: wind, snow, and cold.
Adjust the number of layers to the level of your physical effort and the weather, and make sure that the clothing is breathable.
Why is it important to wear breathable clothing for cross-country skiing?
To avoid getting wet, wear breathable clothing that eliminates water vapour generated by perspiration.
We measure its evaporative resistance=RET
RET<6: extremely breathable – ideal for very intense physical efforts
RET from 6 to 12: very breathable, suitable for moderate physical effort
RET from 12 to 20: moderately breathable, not particularly pleasant when making physical effort
RET>20: not very breathable and therefore not very suitable when making a physical effort
RET>40: not breathable