THE LAYERING PRINCIPLE
The principle of layering is simple: layer by layer we adapt to different weather conditions. Each layer of clothing has a specific purpose - and with the right styles, cleverly combined, you are perfectly equipped for any weather situation. If it's wet or cold, we wear more layers than on a summer day. That is clear. If the weather changes, we peel off layers like an onion, or put on more.
Some things should be considered when layering. It is important to know which tasks are performed by each layer and how the layers are best combined.
Basically, with colder conditions, more and thicker layers of clothing. With warmer conditions, less and thinner layers. A classic style guide for winter looks like this: Baselayer + Midlayer or insulation jacket + shell.
PRACTICAL APPLICATION EXAMPLES
To ensure that styles worn on the body and outer layers fit together perfectly, offer maximum freedom of movement and prevent seams from chafing, we have developed two different fits: Athletic Fit and Performance Fit.