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Thermore to present Thermal Booster at two shows
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Dec '15
At the forthcoming Ispo and Outdoor Retailer trade shows, Thermore will show its Thermore Thermal Booster, a smart insulation that becomes 20 per cent warmer when the weather gets colder.

“Thermal Booster is the biggest breakthrough in cold weather protection, as it allows users to always be in the comfort zone, no matter what the weather,” a press release from Thermore stated.

“Also, unlike phase change materials or battery-powered heaters, its effect is continuous and it never runs out,” it added.

According to the company, independent test reports prove that when temperatures drop from +20C to -10C, Thermore Thermal Booster becomes 20 per cent warmer.

The specially designed Thermal Booster Experience test station will allow visitors to feel the magic of this incredible innovation.

Thermore will also display the latest addition to the Thermal Booster product line, which is now completed by a mid-weight variation to further extend the usage range of the product.

Also, Thermore will present the critically acclaimed Thermore Stretch insulation which has recently won the Ispo Textrends 2016 Award as Best Product in the thermal insulation category.

Thermore Stretch is the innovative 4-way stretch insulation that offers excellent stretch capability and completely recovers to its original shape time after time.

Thermore was founded in 1972 in Milan and is into research, production and marketing of thermal insulation for apparel with operations in Europe, USA and Asia and production facilities in Thailand and offices in Hong Kong.

The global presence of the Thermore Group makes it possible for international clients to benefit from its market leading experience at a convenient and cost effective price point.

Thermore's current product range includes Classic, Ecodown, Evodown, Rinnova, Pro, Stretch and Aria. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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