ORORO Heated Apparel Adds New Styles to Lightweight Heated Down Vest Line

ORORO Heated Apparel, the leading brand of high-quality heated down garments, has added more styles and colors to its lightweight down vest collection for the 2022-23 fall/winter season.Get more news about heated garment manufacturers,you can vist our website!

The collection now includes lightweight down vests for both men and women, as well as new colors. Two new colors, Wine Red and Ivory, are now available for women's lightweight down. For men's heated down vest, three new colors are available: Dark Gray, Dark Green and Khaki. All new colors are exclusive to www.ororowear.com

ORORO's heated lightweight down vest collection features 800 fill power Responsible Down Standard (RDS) duck down providing an outstanding warmth-to-weight ratio, making it the most lightweight down heated vest on the market.

All vests in this collection are made with 4 carbon fiber heating elements in the left & right-hand pocket, mid-back, and collar so you'll feel like you're being wrapped in a warm blanket all day long.Europeans have always dealt with cold weather, mainly via thick clothing. This is not always convenient, though, especially if frequently moving between indoors and outdoors.

Heated apparel is not a new idea, but its execution has been problematic. Early forms of electrically heated clothing featured loops of heavy cables, much like an electric blanket. Such garments are heavy, bulky and uncomfortable. Furthermore, generations of batteries prior to the modern lithium type functioned poorly in cold conditions. Certain newer heating systems avoid some of these problems but are low quality and have a poor environmental footprint.

Nevertheless, mainstream manufacturers are slowly becoming interested in electrically heated clothing for the leisure and sports markets. However, commercialising this will depend on the traditional problems and limitations of heated garments being solved.
The EU-funded MAXHEAT project developed a completely new system for electrically heating clothes, called Inuheat Wearable Heating Platform. The new system is technically superior to earlier types. Special new heating yarns eliminate the bulky heating cables; these yarns can be woven, sewn or knitted into all types of textiles. Project researchers built and verified a yarn production system plus a data platform with app and started preparing for mass production. The system is environmentally friendly, robust and easy to incorporate into existing factory processes. The specially developed batteries can function down to -50 °C and have an extremely long service life.

The advantage of electrically heated clothes is that they can be turned off. “We recommend that users of our system dress with thin layers, suitable for their maximum exercise load,” explains project coordinator Rickard Rosendahl, “instead of getting hot and sweaty if they wear too much. Later, when they take it easy, and the body temperature drops, our heating system starts up and ensures that the wearer doesn’t freeze.” The inbuilt motion sensor detects wearer movement and adjusts the heat automatically. This helps users maximise their sporting or work performance.