Dressing for Cold
Body heat basics, how to wear layers, and dressing kids for cold are addressed in this illustrated book for new adult readers. Learn how to select clothing for sedentary activities, for exertion in the cold, and for wet weather. Insulation properties of different materials are discussed, as well as styles for hats, mittens, and boots. Useful in northern areas, for temperatures and wind chill to--50F. A silver award winner in the popular publications category, Agricultural Communications in Education.
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Alaska Cooperative Extension Alaska Sea Grant Body heat basics body heat close Bunny boots Carhartts Choosing warm clothes Christine Betz Hall coat or jacket cold baby cold quickly cold weather CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Council of Alaska DRESSING FOR COLD extra insulation fabric Fairbanks North Star feet get wet felt liners Fiberfill Gore-Tex Grant College Program heat will escape hold body heat hood keep out wind keep you warm layer must keep layers of clothes let sweat move Literacy Council mittens Mukluks neck warmer pants Ponchos rubber boots Sea Grant College ski mask skin snowmachine socks Sorels stay warm synthetic fleece Synthetic insulation Take off layers take sweat thick coat Thinsulate U.S. Dept University of Alaska warm coat Wash outdoor clothes wear a rain Wear a thick wear layers Wear long underwear wet or sweaty wicking polyester windy weather wool or fleece wool or synthetic wool or wicking zippers