Puffs of Air—Not Bird Feathers—Insulate This Jacket

Puffs of Air—Not Bird Feathers—Insulate This Jacket

Using packets of air, this animal-friendly down gives adjustable warmth

Leo Lutero
  • 3 february 2016

The NuDown is a line of jackets powered by a rather cheap insulator: the air around us. Trapped air is one of the best insulating materials on the planet and the NuDown claims to be the first in harnessing in this way.

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