Modern outdoor clothing is characterized by the fact that it does not just consist of a thick jacket that happens to be waterproof and windproof. Rather, outdoor clothing is worn in several layers and consists of first, second and third layers. As a child, we were told that we should dress like an onion: several layers that can be reduced if necessary. The third layer, the third layer, consists of a cardigan or a functional jacket. A vest can also form this layer. The third layer is not infrequently the final layer, but this depends on the one hand on the weather and on the other hand on the individual need for warmth.
Women in particular often love it warm and need clothing that is warm and cozy, but that can be adjusted if necessary. In addition, it must be functional, should allow the body and skin to breathe, and at the same time the best materials for the third layer of outdoor clothing to regulate organic new wool. While the lower layers also build up according to their thickness and the underwear is the thinnest layer as the first layer, the third layer can be a bit thicker and warmer. Wool fleece is ideal here and presents itself as suitable for outdoor and everyday use at the same time. Quite a few women have grown fond of their vests while hiking or other outdoor activities and do not want to do without them in everyday life either.
The third layer of outdoor clothing in our range is characterized by the following properties:
Our focus is on the compatibility of the production of high-quality outdoor clothing in connection with ecological requirements. Our jackets are produced in a socially and ecologically compatible way and do not harm the environment or the people who make them. As a wearer of these jackets and vests, you will also be pleased to find that your skin does not react irritably to certain ingredients or additives. You feel good and enjoy a wonderful feeling of harmony. Even if the third layer of outdoor clothing does not normally come into direct contact with the skin, it is still possible that you are wearing a cardigan over a T-shirt, for example, and at least the sleeve hits the unprotected arm and your sensitive skin.
The demands placed on the third layer of outdoor clothing are no less stringent than the first and second layers. This means that you are choosing clothing that is both breathable and moisture-regulating. While the first and second layers transport sweat away from the body, this function must also be fulfilled by the third layer. Otherwise there would be a build-up of heat and moisture that would not only be uncomfortable, but could also encourage colds. Organic cotton and virgin wool prove to be particularly helpful as natural materials because they have exactly the properties required. In addition, they are particularly soft and cuddly to wear, so that a feeling of warmth is created when you slip on the functional parka. However, this third layer is not a waterproof layer, it should only transport moisture from the inside to the outside and not let it in from the outside. This means that if you get into the drizzle with your fleece jacket or boiled wool jacket, it could eventually soak through. But it repels moisture for a long time and usually keeps you dry until you are dry yourself. However, if you are surprised by the heavy downpour, it's time for a waterproof jacket, which is the top layer of outdoor clothing, but which is often not used under normal circumstances.
Our onion look is by no means boring or old-fashioned! Convince yourself of our range and choose your ideal outdoor clothing from modern cut vests and jackets. Decide whether you prefer the third layer of clothing to be closer to the figure and emphasize the figure, or whether it should be loose and casual. The pleasantly soft materials, organic cotton and virgin wool, give you every freedom and prove to be comfortable and flexible in every design. Even slim-fitting jackets do not restrict you, because the cotton and virgin wool fibers give way when you move them without losing their shape. This is exactly what distinguishes them and, thanks to the variety of colors, makes them modern must-haves that have long since made the leap out of the outdoor area.