The first effect arises from the utility of the Outlast ® technology where phase Change materials (PCM) are used which are able to take up warmth, store it and release it again to achieve optimum moisture and temperature management.
The second climate effect occurs from the sandwich construction of the warp knitted fabric. Two layers of fabric, held by monofilament threads at a distance, form an insulating layer of appr. 1.5 mm thickness. This serves at the same time as a rallying buffer for perspiration.
The undergarment is responsible for the microclimate beneath the thick, barely breathable shooting clothing. When the body temperature rises due to overheating, it can also increase the pulse rate and blood pressure of the shooter and besides, affects negatively the eyesight. Thermouche with PCM technology is the only material that can cool the body actively. The shooter is not so hot, so he is perspiring less, but all the sweat vapor is distributed in the insulating layer and the skin and the thermouche underclothing feel dry.
Fabric 1: 87% Polyester (PES) / 13% cotton (CO)
Fabric 2: 98% Cotton (Co) / 2% Elastane (EL)
Machine wash at 30 degrees, no tumbler, dry hanging or lying
colour: white/ blue