NASA-Grade Outerwear That’s Warm Enough for Space or a Ski Trip

NASA-Grade Outerwear That’s Warm Enough for Space or a Ski Trip

Performance apparel brings space age technology to winter gear

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 february 2016

Performance apparel company Oros developed a collection of thin, light and warm winter gear, using the same insulation that NASA uses for space suits, space shuttles and the Mars Rover.

The new jackets, gloves and beanies use SolarCore aerogel, bringing space age technology to outerwear. Aerogel is a lightweight material that is 90% air, and is the lowest thermal conductor on the planet.

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