Use the layer guide
To choose the extra protection system that suits you right.
This table is indicative only. The choice of garments and their combination depends on weather conditions, type of activities, and your perception of outside temperatures.
This is the first and most important layer - it is in contact with the skin. It largely determines the functionality of the other layers. The task of thermal underwear is to transport moisture away from the skin, preventing hypothermia at low temperatures.
It should be put on top of the base layer and provides thermal insulation. It should continue to transport moisture away from the base layer to the next layer. When selecting garments, the type of the base layer and individual comfort level should be taken into account.
The insulating layer garments are worn over the base layer in combination with the models of the middle layer for additional protection and heat preservation in conditions of low and negative temperatures. The insulation layer prolongs the comfort of outdoor activities even at low temperatures. The garments belonging to this layer can sometimes serve as an outer layer in warmer weather.
It is a wind and water-resistant shell; it transports moisture from the inside out, and it is worn on top of all layers or their combination. When choosing a garments type, consider the environment, your activity tempo, and weather conditions.