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New Iteration of Polartec Power Air Showcase at Winter OR

A close up look at the new Polartec Power Air I-Beam construction.
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Polartec’s unique I-Beam knit construction levels up the supplier's anti-shedding Power Air technology by achieving the best warmth-to-weight ratio in this product series. First introduced in 2018, Polartec Power Air technology features encapsulating lofted fibers within a multilayer, continuous yarn fabric construction, advancing performance and sustainability properties that enable circularity.

Polartec will introduce its newest iteration of Power Air at the Outdoor Retailer show happening in Denver this week. Knit with 100 percent post-consumer recycled PET and no spandex, the company’s one-of-a-kind I-Beam construction is engineered to trap warm air within empty space for advanced thermal efficiency, resulting in optimal insulation without exposed lofted fibers. According to Polartec, the hearty dual-surface construction not only sheds 5-times less microfibers than other premium midlayers, it’s also knit with a single material to simplify recyclability or reusability.

Haglofs L.I.M. ZT Mid Sync 2 Jacket with Polartec Power Air I-Beam construction promotes rapid breathability and humidity transfer, with a high warmth-to-weight ratio.

Swedish outdoor brand Haglofs debuts the Polartec Power Air with I-Beam construction in two jackets: Haglofs L.I.M. ZT Mid Sync 2 and the L.I.M. ZT Mid Sync 1. The garments will be available in the Haglofs 2022 Spring/Summer layering collection.

The Sync 2 jacket is designed with a combination of three Polartec fabrics: Alpha, Power Air and Power Dry for active insulation, thermal efficiency and moisture management. The Haglofs L.I.M. ZT Mid Sync 1 Jacket combines recycled Polartec Power Air and Polartec Power Dry fabrics in a design engineered for durability and weather resistance, with hyper breathability.

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