The DRYTEX Research and Investigation Department has based its work for DRYTEX THERMICAL yarns in the insulating properties of polar bear hairs. The main characteristic of this yarn is that each fibre is hollow. In DRYTEX THERMICAL garments, each and every strand of yarn is a powerful insulator.
The temperature regulation mechanisms in the human body are:
After numerous studies, based on the body’s temperature regulation mechanisms, we can confidently state that garments manufactured with DRYTEX THERMICAL expel moisture, maintain body heat and keep the skin cool and dry, without losing body warmth.
DRYTEX THERMICAL, with its soft feel and excellent, long-lasting performance, provides a double action in both first layer garments, in contact with the skin and with outer-layer garments, which are designed for protection from external factors.
Garments manufactured with DRYTEX THERMICAL provide warmth, dry skin, protection, softness, while being both lightweight and comfortable.
These excellent properties and sensations are the most appropriate when it comes to the manufacture of thermal garments for markets aimed at dealing with extreme temperatures, such as, mountain and ski socks, thermal underwear, polo shirts, hats, scarves, gloves, sheets and thermal blankets, etc.