You are planning for a winter vacation with your friends to Switzerland? It is time then to shop for your winter wear. If you are not accustomed to the cold it’s best to get yourself some thermal wear. Thermals form the base layer of your winter wear. It is light, comfortable and can be worn under your shirt. It is the most important layer to have during the winter season.
You can use thermals as the innermost layer of protection and couple it with other layers of winter wear like sweatshirts, coats and jackets to keep you warm. The thermal layer acts as an insulator and helps retain your body heat and maintain your body temperature.
Depending on the weather conditions you can choose the thermal fabric. Are you based in Mumbai? If yes, you can also visit the Prrem’s shop at Mumbai for some friendly advice on which thermal fabric will be best for your holiday destination. For light winters you can get a light Polyester-Cotton fabric in a full sleeve thermal style, half sleeve thermal or a sleeveless thermal. They can even be used at work, when it gets too cold, thanks to the ever efficient central airconditioning.
When the weather starts to get colder and the temperatures reaches sub-zero range, then it is time to get into a light and soft pure wool thermal. These wool full sleeve thermals or half sleeve thermals are ideal for keeping the cold at bay even without an overcoat in temperatures up to 0°C and are robust enough to protect you in temperatures as low as -20°C too when worn as part of the winter layering system.
You can also pick a soft woollen polo neck thermal. Besides protecting your body it also helps protect your neck. At Prrem’s you can select your thermal wear in different colours and sizes.
White and beige, is great when you are wearing light coloured shirts while black and dark grey can be worn when you wear printed or dark coloured shirts or are heading to the outdoors. So compliment your outer winter wear with some reliable inner thermals to keep yourself warm and comfortable from within.