Material & Functions
The weakness of regular fleece, which offers little resistance to wind and rain, have been relegated by the development of Aerothermo. This new-generation fleece not only effectively repels both, but also maintains the softness and warmth that makes it such an attractive material for winter garments. In addition to its light weight and high moisture permeability, it also provides sufficient elasticity allowing unrestricted activity. Phenix applies Aerothermo both as a middle layer to enhance the thermal insulation properties of our cold weather skiwear and itself as an outer layer for spring skiwear.
Stretch for Maximum Mobility and Superior Silhouette
We introduce the 4-way Stretch fabric, which enhances higher mobility and flexibility for your better performance. This 4-way Stretch fabric allows us to provide you collections with superior silhouette and maximum mobility. We're sure that you would enjoy this new special garment on the slope.
3-D Air Cutting
By analysis, we realize that the new 3-D cutting technique well matches the modern ski style. Generally, most of the pressure of wear goes to your shoulder where you start feeling tired as soon as you put on any heavy gear. Thanks to this new cutting technique, about 85% Clothing Pressure of the wear exerted to the shoulders can efficiently be reduced so as to make you feel the way the wear is floating in the air instead of putting on you. You may even forget you actually are wearing it. Clothing Pressure Average(unit:gfcm2)/3-D AIR CUTTING:0.41 / Regular Cutting: 3.26 Source: TOKYO METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Carefully patterned by its R&D Center, Phenix's ergonomically designed skiwears give maximum freedom of movement.
Seamless Laser Cutting
Use of this state of the art technology, Phenix is able to offer a highly sophisticated and innovative precision cut. The laser cut results in a sealed edge free from any loose fibers. Delivering a high intensity focused laser spot produces a localized heat effectively welding predefined garment areas.