It’s that time of year when Raynaud’s sufferers need to think about bundling up for the cold season. Here are some of our warm product discoveries for fall:
New Balance Radiant Heat Bonded Jacket– This jacket incorporates a metallic woven fabric with radiant heat technology “inspired by marathon blankets.” This fabric lines the chest, collar and sleeves and works to reflect the body’s own heat to deliver superior warmth. Additional warmth is provided by the jacket’s PrimaLoft® Thermoplume insulation which equates to a 550 fill power down. The outer fabric is both wind and water-resistant. The back and underarms are made of a breathable knit that works to wick away moisture to keep you comfy and dry. Available in three colors (Black, Grey, Pigment/Navy) from XS to XL for $249.99.
Softies Cozy Lounger Tunic– Just looking at this velour tunic from Winter Silks makes you want to snuggle in a comfy chair in a ball of warmth! The product description says it’s like “wrapping yourself up in a cozy blanket, but better because you can wear it all day.” The tunic is long enough for good coverage with a cowl neck for extra warmth, a bit of spandex for stretchy comfort, and kangaroo pockets to keep your paws warm, too! Comes in three colors (Dark Blue, Platinum/Charcoal Grey and Taupe) in two sizes (S/M, L/XL) for $89.99.
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