Posts Tagged ‘kids outerwear’
September 19, 2018 by Polarn O. Pyret
The layering principle is just as simple as it is ingenious. Dressing your kids in layers will keep them warm and dry. But it’s not the clothes themselves that provide the most warmth – it’s the air between each layer. Hold in the warmth, let out the moisture, and keep the rain and snow at bay! LAYER 1: BASE LAYER – NEXT TO THE SKIN The purpose of the base layer is to keep the body warm. Children who run around and play outdoors when it’s cold generate heat and moisture that need to be transported away from their bodies. A wool base layer is warm even if it gets damp and a polyester base layer, while generally not as warm, wicks moisture away from …
March 8, 2018 by Polarn O. Pyret
Retain heat, wick away moisture, and keep the rain, snow and wind out. The layering principle is a brilliant way to weatherproof your child! They will be warm enough on the chilliest winter day and cool enough on a mild spring day, when they can easily unzip or remove a layer. And they will always be wearing breathable clothing perfect for fun activities in any kind of weather.
October 17, 2017 by Polarn O. Pyret
All gloves have their own function. Here you’ll find everything you need to know to choose the right gloves and mittens for your child.