Uses showerproof fabrics that have tiny pores in the fabric, larger than water vapour molecules (so these can get out) but much smaller than drops of rain (so these can’t get in).
The main force responsible for the movement of moisture along or through a fabric, where the force of the surface tension between the liquid and the walls of a narrow gap or pore overcome the forces between the molecules of the liquid, moving it into empty gaps until the forces even out.
Backed by over 30,000+ travellers
Better than most
While no gloves ultimately keep my hands warm, these come closest of all that I have tried.
I am happy with the shirt and it does seem to keep me warmer
Warm in Canada!
Comfy/warm/soft/nice fit (I wear ladies size 8 shoe and medium sock fit) and cute!
I absolutely love the socks
The Very Best
So far so good, I use them lobster fishing and they're great, mine came from the first run, these ones I just got seem better, I love all Apricoat thermal wear, I have multiples and an adventure coat and it is the only jacket I wear out of the 10 I own.
Used them during the Christmas freeze we had in VA and they worked amazingly! I've had thermals before, but these are, by far, my favorites. I need to get a second pair of thermals and a new one for a friend.