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While planning for any outing, especially in the cold areas, one must make sure that they have the appropriate attire. The weather might change several times throughout the day as you travel to different locations. This is why it's crucial to bring many layers of clothing.

Thermal Baselayer Clothing

A baselayer is a layer that is nearest to your skin and serves as a consistent "second skin" throughout the day. Baselayers (also known as thermal underwear) provide a layer of warmth while also absorbing and eliminating perspiration to keep you comfortable while you are on the move. This is referred to as wicking.

Difference Between Baselayer and Thermal Clothing

Although the terms baselayer and thermals are sometimes used interchangeably, there is a tiny distinction between the two. The purpose of baselayers is to regulate heat, whereas thermals are designed to retain it. Thermals are for relaxing, such as sitting or resting, whereas baselayers are good when you are hiking and sweating. There are many crossovers, thus both sorts of clothes can be used in a variety of settings.

Features of Men's Baselayer

Sweat-wicking qualities, breathability, and, of course, the ability to keep the body warm, are all important features to have in men's thermal baselayer. Even though there is a wide range of fabrics used in baselayers for men, polyester and elastane are the most popular.

When it comes to picking a men's thermal baselayer, there are six things to keep in mind:

  1. Fabric: You can choose a synthetic or natural fabric, but make sure that it has moisture-wicking properties, i.e., removes sweat off your skin easily.
  2. Weigtage:It's basically "lightweight," "midweight," or "heavyweight," with thicker textiles adding a layer of warmth.
  3. Fit considerations:Because wicking fabrics need to be in direct touch with your skin to work, you'll want a close fit.
  4. Softness: Unlike conventional wool, thermals shouldn’t irritate your skin. They should be knit so little that they bend when they come into touch with the skin. They're also naturally hypoallergenic, i.e., relatively unlikely to cause an allergic reaction.
  5. Odour resistance:Look for antimicrobial fabric features that protect from bacterial growth and prohibit sweat germs from growing on the garment, thus scent molecules are absorbed, making it odour resistant.
  6. Moisture absorption abilities:Thermals should be able to drain sweat away from the skin, allowing you to stay dry for longer.

Columbia Men's Baselayer

Get yourself sorted and make the most out of your travel journeys with India's top thermal clothes shopping destination. Columbia Sportswear is recognised for manufacturing the best quality men's baselayer pants and tops, which are made using a combination of polyester and elastane fibre. Be it thermal tops or baselayer bottoms, Columbia makes them skin-friendly with thermal-reflective technology and moisture-wicking properties. Our men’s baselayer tops and bottoms are ideal for jogging, football training, and gym workouts.