Get Out and Stay Out
Cross Country Skiing
The best clothing for this sport is minimal. Polyester and Lycra keep you lean, quick, and agile, but they don’t necessarily keep you warm. Wind briefs are good to a point, but on some days you need more. PolarJock™ cuts the cold, the wind, and it makes the best use of your own body heat. It’s worn by Elite wave skiers at the American Birkiebeiner, national competitors, and recreational skiers of all ages.
Snowshoeing and Hiking
Here’s another way to get out and enjoy winter that’s even better when you stay warm the whole time. Like running, snowshoeing and hiking are two more activities that keep your legs warm but can leave other areas not so warm. Plus, a few, strategic base layers, including a PolarJock™, keep you from having to wear so much bulk and keep you moving down the trail a lot easier.
Winter fun with your family is spontaneous. Sometimes you just grab your coat and gloves and head out the door. Keep a PolarJock™ handy and be warm no matter what the day brings.
If biking is your main sport or the way you like to get around town, keep every ride comfortable without worrying about when the cold will kick in and make for tough going. PolarJock™ is a perfect fit for winter biking. Replace bulky extra base layers and seams with the smooth construction and soft fleece lining of a PolarJock™.
Downhill and Free-Style Skiing
For some sports, it’s about staying both warm and secure. When you’re out there all day doing runs, tricks, and jumps, PolarJock™ is not just warm, it’s also supportive, like any jock strap. Try a PolarJock™ on your next day on the slopes and see what a difference it makes.