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PrimaLoft SYNERGY raises bar with new filament insulation
Feb '11
After extensive research and development, PrimaLoft, the world leader in performance insulations, introduces PrimaLoft SYNERGY, the next generation in multidenier continuous filament insulation engineered to provide improved thermal efficiency, increased thickness, better compressibility, and enhanced softness.

A durable companion soon to be found in mountaineering, backpacking and camping gear, PrimaLoft SYNERGY was designed for use in sleeping bags and garments, and is highly compressible with excellent warmth-to-weight ratio and water repellency. Comprised of a 100-percent polyester blend of multidenier fibers, PrimaLoft SYNERGY features a phenomenal 25-percent increase in thermal performance versus conventional continuous filament insulations.

Launched at the 2011 Outdoor Retailer Winter Market with enthusiastic response from PrimaLoft brand partners, “PrimaLoft SYNERGY establishes a new performance benchmark for continuous filament insulation through technical innovation,” noted Eileen Berner, sales and marketing director for PrimaLoft.

Recommended for use in sleeping bags and outerwear, PrimaLoft SYNERGY is highly durable and compressible, and specially formulated to keep the user warm, dry and comfortable. Unlike down fills for use in sleeping bags and jackets, PrimaLoft SYNERGY is migration resistant and exceptionally easy to care for.

PrimaLoft SYNERGY complements PrimaLoft's existing product line, which includes: PrimaLoft ONE, PrimaLoft SPORT, PrimaLoft INFINITY, PrimaLoft ECO and PrimaLoft ECO FOOTWEAR. PrimaLoft insulations provide maximum warmth without bulk, superior water resistance, softness, and compressibility to deliver performance and comfort from head-to-toe.

PrimaLoft is a registered trademark of Albany International Corp. PrimaLoft insulation was originally developed for the US Army as a water-resistant synthetic alternative to down. Today, PrimaLoft is regarded as a research and development leader in high performance insulations and yarns, which provide warmth and comfort from head to toe.


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