The body of the cotton thing “breathes”. Cotton keeps the heat well, but does not protect moisture from moisture. This deficiency is corrected by special impregnation with repellent water.
5. Wool. The warmest natural material, even 20% of the wool added to synthetic fibers, makes things much warmer.
6. Microfiber – a modern fabric made from ultra-fine fibers, subject to special processing. As a result of this treatment, the fibers appear to expand, forming a soft pile on the surface of the fabric. Protects well from wind and extra moisture treatments.
7. Natural skin. For winter jackets, such as a sheepskin or a bomber, the skin is not as pure as how much the skin is made with fur inside and the outside skin. It has all the advantages of natural materials – warm, breathable, beautiful. Comparative disadvantages can be attributed to a high price and difficulty in caring compared to artificial materials.
How to choose a warm jacket
Artificial leather. In recent years, the art of making artificial skin has gone a long way in comparison with the days of dermantine and kozhzama. It is usually a woven base on which polyurethane or foam plastic impregnations are applied, only flexible and elastic. Their surface may be matte or varnished. They protect well from humidity, but they flow poorly in the air and do not respond well to severe frosts, becoming excessively dense and fragile.
As a jacket heater, natural and modern artificial materials are used.
The most famous natural insulation is fur. It is used, for example, in a classic park.
Another popular filling material of natural origin is down and feathers. He is placed in the jackets down after him. Although I say about 100% down, in reality, without a pen, I do not use it. Quality properties and heat saving determine the proportions. The warmest are down jackets, which contain 90% of the bottom and 10% of the feathers. But a rather good enough indicator is the ratio of 80/20 and 70/30.