Power Wool for tights
slightly different than Power Stretch in that’s it made up of 45% nylon/40% wool/15% spandex. Approx. 2 to 3mm thick. Black. They are the same price as Power Stretch tights.
Power Wool for shirts is different from Power Wool for tights. The tights fabric is warmer and stretchier.
Power Shield Pro / lightweight (1.5mm) – Pro is a style of Power Shield with slightly different characteristics
███ lime green
███ Terracotta orange
███ and black with turquoise on the back
Power Shield midweight – This fabric has been great the last 15 years
███ olive green
Power Shield high loft-like fur – with some stretch (4mm) in
███ dark chocolate/brown
Power Shield high loft like fur – with little stretch (5mm)
Power Shield high velour (3.5mm)
███ in dark gold
Windbloc super heavyweight 9mm thick – plush high loft outer with DWR if you need more insulation in a windblocking and water resistant jacket
███ deep red
███ dark green
Quilted nylon Power Shield outside with large checkerboard design inner high loft fleece (5mm) –
███ red with an orange shade
Power Stretch lightweight
███ cornflower blue
Power Stretch with DWR super heavyweight 4mm thick – the warmest version of the best selling Power Stretch 250 fabric for somewhat better blocking of wind. These tights are cozy warm.
Power Dry lightweight
███ slate gray
and patterned blue design on slate gray
Power Dry heavyweight – of the 3 weights/thicknesses of next-to-skin first layer shirts, this checkerboard-inner fabric is the thickest at over 2mm thick.
███ chocolate brown in a light shade
███ dark shade of brown
███ darkest blue