Below is a simple summary of which garments are waterproof based on a three-level scale. We have formulated our waterproofness scale based on the waterproofness of the material, whether the garment has taped or welded seams, and how the garment is constructed.
Not waterproof - This garment is not waterproof and will not repel rain.
Water-repellent - This garment is water-repellent and will repel light rain for a short length of time.
Waterproof - This garment is fully waterproof, both material and construction.
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.
We use this in garments created to withstand wind and light rainfalls. The materials are highly breathable and comfortable to wear. It manages light weather conditions, but should not be worn in heavier weather conditions.
Liv are water-repellent ankle-length pants. Made from a stretch, technical polyester with a matte finish. Classic straight-cut fit. The pants have a broad elasticated band at the back for a better fit. Two front pockets and one back pocket. Discreet reflective detailing both front and back. PFC-free water-repellent finish.
Tricky to know which size to pick? The measurements in the size charts for women are given in centimetres. Remember that you only need to go by chest measurement for jackets and tops, and hip and waist measurements for bottoms. All measurements are based on a height of 168 centimetres (plus/minus 4 centimetres).
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We have received feedback from customers that our clothing corresponds well with the measurements in the size charts. However, no bodies look the same and some garments are designed for a snug fit, while others have a looser fit. Depending on the design of the item, the fit may therefore differ. The product descriptions for the garments inform which fits they have, and they are one of the below.
Regular: Our most common fit with classic measurements and space for an extra layer underneath when needed.
Relaxed: The relaxed fit is for you who don’t want a too close-fitting garment, nor an oversized, voluminous design.
Oversized: Our widest fit that is partly a choice of design for garments to take their rightful space, and partly for you who want to use looser, larger garments. For a closer fit, pick a size smaller than the one you normally wear.
If your measurements fall between two sizes, we recommend opting for the smaller size if you want a more snug fit and the large size for a looser fit.
Using a tape measure, measure directly against your body in centimetres to determine your size. In order to pick the correct size for jackets and tops, you should take your chest measurement. In order to pick the correct size for bottoms, go by your hip and waist measurements. Range of movement is already taken into account.
Measure over the fullest part of your bust and over the shoulder blades, ideally with a bra on. Go by this measurement when selecting jackets and tops.
Measure your waist at the narrowest point. If you want to know what size to choose for bottoms, go by your hip measurement first of all. Waist measurement is secondary.
Measure around your hips at the widest point, which is roughly 20 cm below your waist.
Inside leg length is measured from the crotch down to the floor.
No one feels comfortable in footwear that is too big or too small. In order to make it easier for you to find your size, you need to measure based on the internal length of the sole. Measure your foot from heel to big toe to determine the correct size.
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It can sometimes be tricky to know what size you need in order to keep your hands warm. You need to measure the length of your hand from your wrist to the tip of your middle finger (A). Measure around your hand, not including the thumb (B). The measurements are given in centimetres.
You need to measure the circumference of your head at its widest point, roughly one centimetre above your eyebrows and eyes. Don’t pull the tape measure too tight. If the measurement falls between two whole centimetres, round up to the larger size. No tape measure? In that case, you can measure using a length of string, and then measure it against a ruler or folding rule. The circumference of the head is measured in centimetres.
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Do you have any questions regarding size or fit? Please contact us.