BRYNJE Lady Arctic Longs
Women's two-layer underpants with functional mesh inside and a thicker merino layer on top. Perfectly functional, removes moisture while moving and warms up at rest and relaxation.
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The finest merino wool
Light, elegant laundry from the finest merino wool. Very reliable, well-matched base layer ideal for frosty weather and above zero temperatures. For even greater effect, the Arctic Double combines with the lower layer of genuine Super Thermo mesh. Two-sided underpants are the invention of Brynje, for which it has received many awards. Winner of the test of the Norwegian daily VG of 2010. Arctic Double uses Norwegian police, army, fire brigade and rescue service.
Mesh with thermostat
Genuine two-layer thermal underwear, which has won many prizes and tests since 1997. It has no competition in moisture and insulation. The SuperThermo mesh is made of 100% polyamide, the upper layer combines merino wool with improved polyamide. The combination of these two materials enhances each other's properties. Has the capabilities of a thermostat. When you are calm, it isolates you from warm weather fairly warmly. When you start moving, it automatically drives moisture away from the body. It fits in strong frosts, the perfect combination is with the Polar Fleece jacket, Antarctic dress. The ideal partner for you, who is constantly cold. The Arctic double will warm you up and the functional Super Thermo mesh will take care of the body's dryness. Only Brynje Arctic double can combine perfect insulating capabilities with very fast moisture removal. Arctic Double has a large selection of different models for any purpose. It was popular with Norwegian police, firemen, and the army.
Brynje of Norway
Brynje is top quality underwear that works in any weather. The family business was founded in 1887 in Larvik, Norway. In the 1950s they developed the first net-fitting garment tested by Norwegian soldiers in the Hardangervidd plateau. Brynje was the first thermal underwear on Mt.Everest, and was already protected by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953. The Brynje thermal wear is still used by expedition members, rescue teams, as well as athletes and tourists.