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Thinsulate Insulated Clothing

Thinsulate Insulated Clothing for workwear Thinsulate Insulation for jackets and trousers

Thinsulate insulation in outdoor clothing is the right choice for cold autumn days, winter blizzards, or almost everything in the outdoors:

  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Skiing or Snowboarding
  • Work
  • Or just being outside.

This means clothing insulation without the unnecessary weight or bulk:

  • More freedom of movement
  • Maximum comfort.

So if you want to be warmer and more comfortable on your next outing, make Thinsulate insulation your choice when selecting your jackets and trousers.

Whether you want outdoor gear to keep you warm while you’re hunting, skiing or snowboarding, or watching football—we've got you covered from head to toe.

For further information about Thinsulate insulation, please view the links below:

Thinsulate insulation - Occupational [pdf, 641KB]

Thinsulate insulation - Fashion [pdf, 801KB]

Look for Thinsulate insulation hang tags on Occupational and Active Sportswear from these retailers.

30 years of Innovation
A comprehensive line of insulation products give designers the ability to create clothing to handles the stresses of your life.

-Zone Technology
-Flame Resistant
-Flexible Fibres
-Recycled Fibres
Thin, Warm, Light
The original "Warmth Without Bulk" insulation, it is one of the lightest synthetic insulations on the market.
Easy Care
Home washable. It won't get lumpy or fall apart like other types of fill.
Warmth in Science
Comparison illustration
The image is a comparison of heat loss. High areas of heat loss are indicated in red and white. Low heat loss is shown in blue and green.
Thermally Efficient
Thinsulate insulation microfibres are about ten times smaller than the fibres of other synthetic insulations, which means they’re much more efficient at trapping air…and more effective at keeping you warm and comfortable.

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