We are back with our “Which Brand is Better” series. After comparing the Canadian brand Arc’teryx with many other brands such as Canada Goose and Marmot, today in this article we will compare it with a Switzerland-based brand, Mammut.
Both have a wide range of high-quality products that are perfect in their own way.
Arc’teryx and Mammut have been entertaining customers across the globe for many years now and have cemented their position in the outdoor clothing industry.
In the following comparison we’ll put these two brands against each other and help you make the right choice depending on what you’re looking for.
So, let’s begin!
Learning about specifics of the clothes we wear is never a bad thing. With the ever rising concerns of ethical and environmental issues regarding the sourcing of raw materials that are made into the clothing we wear, it’s all the more important to be better educated about our choices.
We are trying to do our part by putting together comparisons, reviews and selections that make it easier for you to access the necessary information without having to spend much time.
One of the comparisons we feature frequently is that between different materials, which focus mainly on the insulation and fabrics that are most commonly used in jackets.
You can find a number of such comparisons, including the two featured in today’s piece. We have previously looked at both ThermoBall™ and PrimaLoft®, where we compared them to natural Down.
We would suggest you give both of those comparisons a look, if you are interested in learning more about how they measure up to nature’s best insulation.
Today it’s time to compare ThermoBall™ and PrimaLoft®. We will learn more about each of them and then move on to look at their differences.
Without any further ado, let’s get started.
Purchasing a great jacket takes a lot of thought and oftentimes a lot of money. The qualities it should have must be decided, what type to choose is the next step and then the whole issue with color and style begins.
The brand to purchase from is also of great importance. There is a reason why some brands are more known than others and why people prefer them over the alternatives.
Patagonia is one such brand, which has a large clientele that are loyal to its products and who can blame them, really? Patagonia makes great products and we have featured several jackets on our selections.
We have also looked at some of the reasons as to why Patagonia products come with such high prices and yet remain quite popular. You can find out more about it here.
Today we will go through the necessary steps for making sure that your Patagonia jacket is being properly taken care of.
A quality jacket is made to last and knowing the correct way to clean and care for it will ensure that it stays in great condition for many seasons.
Let’s now get started with today’s guide, where we will look at the methods for washing some of the most popular jackets by Patagonia.
Time for another review of a specific type of jacket. This new selection of eight jackets was done with one activity in mind: camping.
Nature lovers unite! We are in the perfect camping season and it only gets better from now until Autumn and rain are back.
Now, those that are just getting started and have been invited on a camping trip or would just like to challenge themselves and experience nature in its entirety, are very welcome. Apart from taking a look at the eight jackets we have chosen, we will also be learning a few things about camping jackets.
How to choose them and what is a must when looking to buy one? We will get started right away.
Jackets come in all types and designs, but many of them also share similarities.
Most jackets are made from similar materials, which can typically be either polyester or nylon. However, there are materials such as Cotton and specialized membranes that are also commonly found in many jackets.
In our previous material comparisons, we have looked at Nylon and Polyester, both separately and together, where we compared them to each other as well as learned more about their use in jackets.
Today we will do the same thing for two very different materials, Cotton and Polyester, and understand them and their usage better.
Comparing brands and jackets from different brands has become a staple in our articles, but today we thought it would be best to change things up a little.
As you have seen from the title, today’s piece is a jacket comparison, but the catch is that they are both by the same brand, Arc’teryx.
We picked two from the same brand because Arc’teryx is a brand that makes some of the best jackets available. It continues to impress us time and time again with its quality and the flawless performance of its products.
If it’s technical jackets you are looking for, look no further.
The designs chosen for this comparison are the Thorium and the Cerium jackets, and there is quite a bit to discuss, so let’s get started.
A good winter jacket is a warm jacket, but how exactly do they provide such warmth? It’s all due to the insulation they use.
Insulation helps a jacket maintain warmth for a long time, making you less susceptible to the cold. Insulated jackets come in a variety of designs and types.
They can be puffy, thin, compressible, short or long, weather-resistant or just plain insulated jackets. The options available are numerous and each has its very own qualities that set it apart from other insulated jackets.
We have compiled several selections, written many reviews and compared insulated jackets for quite some time now.
We have also reviewed different fabrics and insulations, as well as compared them to each other to determine which one performs better.
Today it’s time to look at two synthetic insulations, PrimaLoft® and Thinsulate™, so let’s get started.