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Jun 11

How thermal under clothing works to keep the body warm.

The winter is fast approaching and having the right clothing at work and home is essential. Work wear, protective clothing and thermal underwear does not have to cost the earth and there are some really good quality reasonably priced work wear clothing on the market today.

Thermal underwear has been around for quite some time and the concept is really rather simple, it will keep the body warm and protect it from losing heat and this is largely due to the material involved and the environment you are in.

There are different varieties and styles of thermal under clothing and it really depends what you want and the use of the thermal under clothing which will determine the type which is best for you. Thermal under clothing is worn in both extreme cold and warm environments and is largely used to maintain the body’s temperature without the need for heavy over garments such as coats and bulky jumpers which may inhibit movement.

Another common way of keeping warm and where there isn’t access to thermal under clothing is to wear lots of layers, this helps trap layers of air between the clothes and forms a protective barrier which will keep the wearer warm. Thermal under clothing works without wearing lots of layers and is in effect a replacement for lots of layers.

There are different types of thermal under clothing and it is important that you select the correct type. The cotton and wool varieties of thermal under clothing are generally worn in cold climates to keep a person warm, keep the cold temperatures out and maintain body temperatures. Other varieties are generally worn to keep a person dry and are worn very commonly in sports environments when under taking exercise such as running and training.

Thermal under clothing worn in sports environments will keep perspiration away from the skin which would normally make a person undertaking exercise cold if it were to soak into other garments worn. When a person cools down and begins to stop their exercise, their clothing may become wet from the perspiration which would then make them extremely cold and generally make them feel uncomfortable. Other types of thermal under clothing will keep perspiration away from the skin as well as insulating the body and the fabric does this by absorbing the moisture. Many skiers will wear thermal under clothing to keep them warm and protected from the extreme cold and absorb the sweat away from the skin.

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