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Polartec Power Stretch Vs Power Stretch Pro

April 29, 2015

Polartec Power Stretch Vs Power Stretch Pro

Many outdoor clothing brands make garments with Polartec Power Stretch fabric. But few of these brands let you know about Power Stretch’s smarter, tougher and more resilient sibling by the name of Polartec Power Stretch Pro.

Eric Philips, Mont Ambassador, in the ArcticMont Ambassador Eric Philips, of Icetrek, wearing the Mont Revolution Jacket in the Arctic.

Yes, both fabrics have a super soft lining, both have four-way-stretch, both have DWR and anti-odour treatment, and both have excellent moisture wicking capabilities. But only one has a Nylon face finish. So what?

So more durability, higher resistance to pilling, better stretch and stretch recovery, and higher wind resistance. So there!

Power Stretch Pro fabric is the perfect baselayer for high intensity activities in cold weather: from skiing and mountain biking to bushwalking, climbing and mountaineering.

You will get better performance, longer lifespan, greater comfort and significantly more value for money.

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