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COLD
HARD
FACTS

7°C at 70MPH = -1°C

 

Windchill is no myth. When the wind blows, our body’s natural insulating layer of air is removed. This creates a colder body temperature than a thermometer reading at the same location. The faster the wind blows, the more rapidly heat is lost and the colder the temperature appears to be.

That’s why motorcyclists love the Exotogg’s dual wind-breaker and efficient air insulating benefits.

Check out our windchill chart here for more information

Gain 100m, lose 1°C

 

Altitude change temperatures are highly variable on conditions such as shade, sun, snow, rain, cloud cover etc. But broadly speaking, for every 1,000m you go up in elevation, the temperature decreases by 9.8°C.

Mount Kilimanjaro for instance has been compared to traveling from the equator to Antartica in a matter of days. And as our extreme tests proved, the Exotogg’s highly efficient air insulation provided perfect core
control from the base to summit.

night and day

 

We’re proud to say the Exotogg was developed (and continues to be manufactured) in the United Kingdom.

What we can’t be proud of, is our changeable summers. While 32°C during the day has us reaching for the sunscreen, the 15°C moonlight temperature has many reaching for the base layers and blankets.

Cue the Exotogg. From keeping cosy around camp fires to Kilimanjaro base camps, it really is your perfect companion in changeable conditions.

thermoregulation

 

Studies show concentration and performance drops when we are cold because our bodies are redirecting energy to make us warmer.  In ‘How weather influences the brain’, Viatcheslav Wlassoff, PhD states;

“The analysis of both scientific and popular literature permits the conclusion that extreme weather conditions can affect our cognitive function and mood. Most likely, this is caused by a decline in the brain’s energy source (glucose), which needs to be used for thermoregulation.”

SELECT AN ICON TO DISCOVER MORE

COLD
HARD
FACTS

7°C at 70MPH = -1°C

Windchill is no myth. When the wind blows, our body’s natural insulating layer of air is removed. This creates a colder body temperature than a thermometer reading at the same location. The faster the wind blows, the more rapidly heat is lost and the colder the temperature appears to be.

That’s why motorcyclists love the Exotogg’s dual wind-breaker and efficient air insulating benefits.

Check out our windchill chart here for more information

Gain 100m, lose 1°C

Altitude change temperatures are highly variable on conditions such as shade, sun, snow, rain, cloud cover etc. But broadly speaking, for every 1,000m you go up in
elevation, the temperature decreases by 9.8°C.

Mount Kilimanjaro for instance has been compared to traveling from the equator to Antartica in a matter of days. And as our extreme tests proved, the Exotogg’s highly efficient air insulation provided perfect core
control from the base to summit.

night and day

We’re proud to say the Exotogg was developed (and continues to be manufactured) in the United Kingdom.

What we can’t be proud of, is our changeable summers. While 32°C during the day has us reaching for the sunscreen, the 15°C moonlight temperature has many
reaching for the base layers and blankets.

Cue the Exotogg. From keeping cosy around camp fires to Kilimanjaro base camps, it really is your perfect companion in changeable conditions.

thermoregulation

Studies show concentration and performance drops when we are cold because our bodies are redirecting energy to make us warmer.  In ‘How weather influences the brain’, Viatcheslav Wlassoff, PhD states;

“The analysis of both scientific and popular literature permits the conclusion that extreme weather conditions can affect our cognitive function and mood. Most likely, this is caused by a decline in the brain’s energy source (glucose), which needs to be used for thermoregulation.”