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Sporthill = Life saver: What to wear when freezing cold?
The last two weeks have been very wintery with cold and windy conditions here in Oslo. The temperatures have been from -14C/6.8F to -10C/14F and very windy. I have two garments I use at this temperature and that's Sporthill 3SP clothes. I have a Sporthill Summit Top (1/2 zip) and some Summit Tights of the same 3SP material.
The garments are AMAZING when the temperatures are below zero Celsius. I only wear a short sleeve top or a singlet under the top and nothing under the pants. I feel a little bit chilly first 10 minutes and perfectly fine after that.
What makes it so unique?
3SP’s unique fiber structure is windproof up to 35 mph, yet it still breathes, wicks and stretches. The yarn used in the manufacture of 3SP is the most hydrophobic (water hating) yarn in the world, either man-made or natural, including wool. Even when soaking wet 3SP dries very quickly. Offering a balance of breathability, evaporation, insulation and ventilation, 3SP is the fabric of choice for the winter athlete.
If you want to learn more about the amazing 3SP-material, you can read here.
Where to buy?
In Norway, Löplabbet is the only retail stores selling Sporthill. In USA and Canada, I assume there's plenty retail sellers. It's also much easier to order online overseas:)
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SportHill Clothing Performs Like a Charm
Training for a half marathon wearing the Diva Pants and Summit Top one cold winter Pennsylvania morning...
Went for a run this morning and the pants and top performed like a charm.
• comfort level = 10!
• wind barrier = 10!
• fit (stays in place) = 10!
• warm but not too warm = 10!
• Roz's endurance level = 7.5!?!?!!?
By: Roz, Tunkhannock, PA
Training for a half marathon wearing the Summit Top one cold winter Pennsylvania morning. Went for a run this morning and the top performed like a charm.
Comfort level = 10!
Wind barrier = 10!
Fit (stays) = 10!
Warm but not too warm
By: Roz, PA