Women’s Thermal Underwear: Thermal Shirts and Tights
Warm and breathable thermal underwear is the secret to comfort for any outdoor activities. Whether you’re snowshoeing, driving snowmobiles, or skiing, these elements are essential in order to fully take advantage of your day. The elasticity of the fiber used to manufacture your thermal underwear is also another criterion to consider when selecting your base layer.
The stretch knit fabric of our light weight sets offers great elasticity as well as durability. You’ll be able to practice your most intense sporting activities while also enjoying unparalleled freedom of movement.
Whether you’re looking for a women’s thermal shirt or tight, NAT’S women’s base layers are the perfect fit under your favorite outdoor clothing!
Women’s Base Layers: A Versatile and Stylish Fit
The fitting of your base layer directly influences its ability to retain body heat. Moreover, each type of fit has its advantages. Opting for a model with a close fit will offer more warmth. On the other hand, looser thermal underwear promotes greater freedom of movement.
Wearing a base layer offering a balanced adjustment/freedom of movement ratio is key for sportswomen wishing to acquire a multi-use technical garment. The multipurpose and versatile cut of our underwear allows active women to benefit from thermal shirts and tights that meet the needs of hiking enthusiasts, workers and snowmobilers alike.
Women’s Thermal Underwear Set: Light and Breathable Fibers
Another criterion to consider when buying thermal underwear is its ability to manage sweat and odors. A quality base layer must transfer moisture from the surface of the body to the outside, without retaining any odors.
Since your base layer is in direct contact with your skin and your perspiration, the fabrics used in manufacturing are light and offer excellent moisture transferring properties and receive an anti-odor treatment. Their polyester fibers allow for faster drying as well as being easy to maintain!
Women’s Thermal Underwear: The Layering Technique
Adopting the layering system is a simple and effective technique to avoid being too hot or too cold when practicing your winter activities. It consists of superimposing layers of clothing to allow you to adapt your wear depending on the intensity of your activity.
The first layer, also known as the base layer, will be your set of underwear including a thermal shirt and tight. Its role is to evacuate moisture from the surface of your body as well as controlling your temperature. You may then put on your mid-layer, a warm and breathable technical garment that will act as additional protection against the cold weather. This is the first layer you should remove if you become too hot. Finally, the outer layer, also known as the shell, will be your shield to protect you from weather conditions such as snow, rain and wind.
To complete your set, do not neglect the importance of small accessories. Beanies, gloves, and socks: find all your warm and high-performing winter accessories here!