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NuDown launches outerwear for high temperature variation
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Sep '15
NuDown, a high performance outerwear company, has announced a line of vests and jackets for men and women using compressed air for insulation. NuDown's trademark technology, NuTech, will provide consumers the facility of adjusting the level of warmth with a stowable pocketsize hand pump, the company said in a statement.
 
NuTech will let wearers pump air into the dynamic chambers in the garment to suit their required level of warmth and comfort or hit a release valve for instant cooling. The pump can provide a temperature variation of 40 degrees.
 
NuTech uses air, which is eco-friendly, available in abundance, does not lose its loft when wet, retains its thermal properties, and provides warmth when wet.
 
“NuDown is providing outdoor, ski, snowboard and travel enthusiasts with the next generation of sustainable and clean outerwear,” said Bob Hall, CEO of NuDown. He further said, “Not only is NuDown giving consumers total control over their body climate, but also, they do not need to wear multiple layers. For a day at their favourite resort or in the backcountry, skiers and riders do not need to take a break to store unwanted layers. Lastly, our jackets and vests are ideal for travel because they compress for easy packing and can be used in a variety of temperatures across multiple seasons.” 
 
The collection for fall 2015 comprises six premium high-tech outerwear styles, which includes the Mount Tallac, Squaw Peak Jacket, and Mount Whitney Vest. (HO)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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