The neck holds thick blood vessels close to the skin which carry 20% of the body's warm blood to the head, so if you don't have a neck gaiter, you're putting yourself at risk to get colder sooner. Just like other base layers close to the skin, we recommend a merino wool neck warmer.
To really let our gloves shine, keeping your hands warm and accessing your dials all winter long, it’s important to start with keeping your core warm.
When it’s cold, our bodies are experts at keeping us alive. The body takes the blood away from the hands and feet and directs it to the core. We are unconsciously willing to sacrifice our digits in order to keep our organs functioning.
So, how do you keep your core warm? It’s not as easy as just putting on a big jacket, or adding an extra hoodie.
It comes down to layering, and layering with the correct materials.
Keep reading to learn more about keeping your core warm, layering and our line of Merino Wool Base Layers.
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