Below is a simple summary of which garments have insulating properties. The warmth scale is based on a number of factors such as weight of padding, type of padding, length and construction of the garment.
Remember that everyone experiences heat differently and some people feel the cold more than others. This scale is intended to provide a pointer regarding how warm a garment is.
Shell - This is a shell garment and has no insulating properties.
Warm - This garment is warm and has insulating properties.
Extra warm - This garment is extra warm and has highly insulating properties.
Insulates your body to make sure you always have the right temperature. Worn separate as a second layer. In harsh weather preferably worn together with a protective shell that is 100% wind and waterproof.
Gari is a puffer hybrid mixing a soft knitted material and with lined channels over the chest and sleeves. Gari is perfect for use as a mid layer or as a standalone jacket on a warmer autumn day. The jacket has a high collar that protects against cold winds and a practical full-length front zip. The jacket has thumb holes at the cuffs and decorative taping at the back of the neck.
All measurements are taken directly on the body:
Measure the widest chest area and around the shoulder blades.
Measure the smallest area.
Measure around the widest part of the seat approximately 20 cm below the waist on adults.
Measure from the crotch to the floor.
Measure entire body when standing straight against a wall.
Normal length 164 - 172 cm.