Generally speaking, thermal insulation is the reduction of heat transfer between objects of differing temperature. Thermal insulation can be created by engineering different materials and shapes to hold heat. Thermal insulation for jackets is typically made of two types of materials â€“ down insulation, which is made from goose or duck plumage (the soft layer underneath the feathers); and synthetic insulation, or polyfill as its commonly referred are made of polyester fibers.
Polyfill used for jackets has traditionally been an effective insulator. Technical polyester fibers, which are both soft and durable, are utilized as superimposed layers to create a very low-density structure. Physics has taught us that air is a very good insulator- and our product is able to trap a great amount of warm air (up to 97% of its volume!).
With the demand for diverse activities and fluctuating environments, we offer a range of versatile insulation thatâ€™s suitable for fashionwear or thermal insulation for mountain hiking.
The use of thermal insulation for jackets is an integral component to the overall performance of your outerwear. Choosing the right thermal insulation thatâ€™s constructed in a way that best suits your activity and environment is similar to choosing the right tool for the job. With almost 50 years of experience, Thermore has solidified its place as an industry leader in thermal insulation.
Thermore is able to offer specialized finishing and unique characteristics to their products that will enhance your line of outerwear. Here are some of our product choices: