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The Top 10 (Naturally) Coldest Places on Earth

Our little blue planet plays host to some truly remarkable, yet undeniably extreme, locations, each presenting its own unique set of challenges. From the depths of the Arctic Circle to the heights of the Alps, the most famed of these environments… Continue reading →

Feedback from a new European customer for FlexiTog coldstore PPE

Coldstore PPE customer Feedback from AGRO merchants AGRO Merchants are a large storage and logistics expert in the frozen and fresh food industry. They work across Europe, America, and Asia. As a company that is working in many different countries, they… Continue reading →

Brakes reviews FlexiTog coldstore clothing

FlexiTog coldstore clothing review from Brakes Warm, comfortable and flexible freezer PPE is vital for working in sub-zero temperatures. FlexiTog interviewed Mark Murphy from Brakes to get his feedback from using FlexiTog clothing. FlexiTog: Mark, thanks for joining us for… Continue reading →

US Military Developing High-Tech Energised Fabrics for Soldiers in Cold Climates

Battling against the bitter conditions of the Arctic can be a challenge no matter what activity you are partaking in, particularly so if the elements are not the only battle you’re fighting. For soldiers dispatched to or stationed in these… Continue reading →

Super-Efficient ‘Solar Village’ Aims to Tackle Fuel Poverty in Wales

The town of Glanrhyd, Pembrokeshire (I’ve never been so thankful to be a writer so I don’t have to attempt to pronounce that name and butcher it in the process) is to become home to one of Wales’ very first… Continue reading →

The World’s Best Terrain Parks for Snowboarders and Skiers

For some, the thrill of chucking themselves down a mountain with nothing to catch them but a couple thin strips of wood has become mundane, or they’ve embraced insanity, one or the other. These adrenaline-craving skiers and snowboarders have now… Continue reading →

How They Keep Warm: Snow Petrels

For the most part, the birds which visit the Arctic and Antarctic are migratory, able to escape the coldest months by flying to warmer climates. Some, however, hang around all year round, and the most prominent of these is surely… Continue reading →

Coping with the Perpetual Darkness of Polar Night

Famously, some places spend weeks or even months bathed inconstant sunlight, otherwise known as ‘midnight sun’, or ‘polar day’. Travel further into the polar circle and the opposite happens, long stretches of nothing but night. This comes in a few different… Continue reading →

Tog and Clo Ratings Explained

Tog and Clo ratings, the standard systems used to measure a materials insulation capability, in particular that of duvets, have long confused shoppers. These measurements are rarely used outside of a select few industries, and as such our familiarity with… Continue reading →

How They Keep Warm: Arctic Fox

There’s one thing that’s certain about arctic foxes, they’re friggin’ adorable. These animated little tufts of fluff are generally found in the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere, are almost immediately differentiable from other types of fox due to their… Continue reading →

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