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Adidas unveils new Terrex Ndosphere Jacket
Aug '13
The new Terrex Ndosphere Jacket combines ultimate freedom of movement with 360° insulation. Even when wet.

Sleet. Cold. Cold. Sleet. The weather is going all out to show its most unpleasant side. You go all out to celebrate life. In deepest winter – ice climbing or an alpine tour many degrees below zero. Your pulse beats time to your movements. Breathe in. Breathe out. Your muscles are burning. All burners firing inside you.

The wind whips around you. And the Terrex Ndosphere shines in-between. Because it loves conditions where it can prove what it can do. The more extreme the differences, the more Ndosphere. Moisture management, insulation and freedom of movement have been redefined from the ground up and a new concept implemented from inside out.

The Cocona finish made from coconut fibre and used in the key zones ensures ideal microclimate and comfort thanks to its active charcoal particles. Thanks to the increase in surface area, it rapidly transports away moisture from your body to prevent excessive cooling at the same time as delivering maximum insulation.

This is ensured by 80g PrimaLoft in the core area and hood. Especially developed for high performance, it supports moisture management and provides insulation very close to that of down, while in addition keeping warm when wet.

But it is the strategic stretch panels with PrimaLoft that make the Ndosphere what it is: a thermal movement masterpiece. That is because making insulation apparel more mobile with stretch panels is nothing new. What is new is making the stretch panels part of the insulation.

As a result the patented three-dimensional FORMOTION technology with its body-hugging cut could be implemented while avoiding cold zones. And if the weather does let up for a bit, then the extremely compressible Ndosphere can be stowed away, taking up the minimum of space. 


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