Winter is just around the corner which means you ought to brace yourselves for the for the onset of extremely cold weather, especially after it was recently forecasted by USA Today that America will experience a colder winter this time around.
A typical preparation includes bundling up in layers and layers of clothes made of wool and fleece which both come with a hefty price tag.
Because the assumption is: The more layers you’re in, the warmer you are, right? Well, you couldn’t be more WRONG.
Turns out, keeping winter chills away boils down to only one thing: The base layer. The #1 mistake people make when buying thermal wear is getting the thickest material.
However, thickness is not synonymous with warmth so you can still shiver under all that clothing. This also makes layering on so much bulkier, restricting your movements and making you less active.
To make matters worse, winter weight gain is very real indeed. As temperature plummets, people typically eat more to keep warm. By the end of winter, you gain weight that’s hard to shed off all because you didn’t choose the right base layer.
Realizing that there’s plenty of room for improvement for existing base layers in the market now, a thermal wear company decided to change the game by creating an ultra-thin version without compromising the warmth and comfortability. That’s how the TherMax™ Base Wear was born.