Tundra wolf base layers - XDry
Patented Italian ultra-comfortable mix of 75% XDry, 17% XPro 8% elastane - extremely stretchy and soft and with max insulation. Combining the warmth and cosiness of wool with the easy maintenance of man-made fibre. We’ve brought a unique quality for professional motorsports athletes and skiers to the kids’ market!
Intended use: Skiing, rugby, football and other winter sports
Size: See size options and size chart
Weight: 200-300 grammes
Units per pack: 1 (top or bottom), 2 (set)
Material: 75% XDry, 17% XPro 8% elastane. Machine-washable.
Made in Torino, Italy
Other man-made materials feel cooler on the skin in between activities and they lack the extreme elasticity of our patented XDry/XPro/elastane material. Because of its optimal insulation capacity, even a looser-fitting, larger size base layer set will offer great warmth and protection. Thanks to the unique stretchiness, your child will benefit several seasons from these top quality thermal underwear tops and bottoms. Base layers are addictively comfortable, soon your child will want them as PJs!
Canis lupus tundrarum
"Survives the harshest winters on earth"
The Tundra wolf is the biggest amongst the dog family of mammals. An adult male can weigh as much as 75 kilos, reaching 2m in length and 1m in height.
A pack of Tundra wolves may range over areas of more than 40,000 sq km to find enough caribou to kill for survival. The Tundra wolf squeals, yells, barks and howls to signal how they feel.
- - Can survive winters up to -50°C
- - Wolves howling can be heard 8km away
- - Very expressive, social animals
- - The whole pack helps in raising the pups
The Alaskan tundra wolf has a close relative in Finland and Russia, the White tundra wolf, which has an even longer coat.
- - Wolves were decimated, but are now staging a comeback
- - The dominant female breeds in February with the dominant male
- - She normally gives birth to four pups in springtime