INSULATING
TECHNOLOGIES

What should you wear for hiking in cool weather? How about skiing in subzero conditions? From mild to extreme cold, our advanced synthetic and down insulation is built to keep you warm and comfortable no matterย what.
DOUBLE WALLโ„ข
Close-up of fabric with Double Wall construction. Double Wall logo.
A jacket with Double Wall technology.
ENHANCED INSULATING CONSTRUCTION
BEST FOR:
Enhanced warmth and comfort while active in cold conditions.
  • Innovative construction keeps you warmer
  • Outer fabric layer traps heat and blocks wind
  • Improved water resistance
A man wearing a jacket with Double Wall technology.
A diagram of how Double Wall technology functions.
THERMARATORโ„ข
Thermarator Insulation
A jacket with Thermarator insulation.
FEATHERLIGHT WARMTH WITHOUT THEย FEATHERS
BEST FOR:
Cold conditions requiring lightweightย warmth
  • High warmth-to-weight ratio
  • Ultra-fine fibers trap warmth and retain heat even when wet
  • Mimics look and feel of natural down with the resilience and compactibility of synthetic insulation
A man wearing a jacket with Thermarator insulation.
A diagram of how Thermarator technology functions.
HEAT SEALโ„ข
Heat Seal
A jacket with Heat Seal technology.
LIGHTWEIGHT HEAT RETENTION
BEST FOR:
Lightweight layering in changingย conditions
  • Lightweight and sleek aesthetic
  • Enhanced heat retention
  • Reduces water and wind penetration
  • Reduces down and insulation migration
  • Eliminates baffled stitches so down or insulation stays in and cold stays out
  • Thermal bonding creates stitch-free chambers of down or insulation to stay warmer and drier
A woman wearing a jacket with Heat Seal technology.
A diagram of how Heat Seal technology functions.