Original fabric that Polartec would call Power Stretch was fleece on both sides.
Some 20 years ago Polartec decided to make Power Stretch (this fabric has lycra for stretchiness) with a smooth outside so one could layer better, as it slips under the second layer or pants. Also, if you had a pet that sheds it means you’d pick up less of their hairs.
Those years when all they made was the double-sided Power Stretch people (myself included) loved them for running or biking in temperatures not too frigid.
Imagine the fleece on both sides rather than smoothed out outer side of the tights.
And this green fabric is light-weight Windbloc / front side & back side
Power Stretch — Choose from colors — Navy; royal blue; dark green; grape; black; dark purple
and choose a color of light-weight Windbloc — moss green; red; black
For tights and hoodies — Power Stretch/Merino Wool now available in yellow … be visible when worn as the outer layer and great warmth when used as the first layer. 6.8 oz / sq yd 47% wool; 42% nylon; 11% spandex
NeoShell — 5.4 oz /sq yd spruce green warm version this style has brushed tricot fleece on the inner side of the fabric.
Power Air — Polartec® Power Air™ is a new revolutionary knit construction fabric that encapsulates air to retain warmth and reduce microfiber shedding. It is a performance fabric with advanced thermal efficiency that sheds up to 5x less than other premium mid-layer fabrics. Black, dark navy blue, off-white, burgundy and gray/cornflower. Also in a thinner Power Air black.
Here at Foxwear we offer custom sizing on every item, but if you haven’t been fitted for clothing before you may not have your measurements handy. Remember, sports clothing and casual clothing are fit differently. Note this when taking measurements for pants vs tights etc. Some measurements will be easier to take with a helper. If you have any questions about measurements, please send us an email or give us a call!