Larger insulating surface
The ISO-Pads on the hips each consist of 11 channels and continue all the way up to the waistband. Your internal organs are well-protected from the cold over a larger surface.
In winter, targeted insulation of individual body parts against ambient coldness can prevent the body from getting cold. This is why ISO-Pads over the hipbones and the finer ISO-Pads on the buttocks retain body heat that is necessary to guarantee interior organ functionality.
The ribs of the ISO-Pads lie across the shoulders at regular intervals, holding warmth next to the body and protecting against chilling. This is where conventional jackets can lose a lot of warmth because the weight of the jacket or backpack compresses the insulative material and, thus, the effect is lost. Enables targeted insulation of individual body parts from a cold environment to protect the body from freezing in winter. This is how the optimized ISO-Pads located over the hip bones, as well as the finer ISO-Pads on the buttocks, retain more body heat, which is necessary to guarantee internal organ function.