Phenix 20,000 mm, 10,000 mm
A high performance fabric developed through extensive research. Phenix 20,000mm H2O and Phenix 10,000mm H2O offer superior waterproofness, wind resistance and breathability to keep us dry in the toughest conditions.
Thunderon® Digenite Thermo
Digenite thermal insulation contains Thunderon® fiber for superior warmth and heat retention. Digenite thermal insulation is a ceramic composite that incorporates copper light (sunlight and other light) and infrared rays (short and long) invisible to the eye. With a generation of exothermic heat from natural sunlight and the body's energies, it generates heat and retains it. Digenite Thermo material absorbs these electric waves to generate heat. Additionally, this Thunderon® Digenite Thermo has strong antimicrobial and static minimizing properties.
Phenix's original 100% polyester high-loft insulation offers incredible warmth and comfort.
Stretch for maximum mobility and a superior silhouette
We introduce 4-way stretch fabric, which improves greater mobility and flexibility for better performance. This 4-way stretch fabric allows us to offer you collections with a superior silhouette and maximum mobility. We are sure you will love this new special garment on the slopes.
3-D air cut
From the analysis, we realize that the new 3-D cutting technique is well suited to the modern skiing style. Typically, most of the pressure from wear goes to the shoulder where you start to feel tired as soon as you put on a heavy gear. Thanks to this new cutting technique, approximately 85% of the wear clothing pressure exerted on the shoulders can be effectively reduced so that you feel like the wear is floating in the air instead of putting you on you. You may even forget you're actually wearing it. Average pressure on clothes (unit: gfcm2) / 3-D AIR CUT: 0.41 / Regular cut: 3.26 Source: TOKYO METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Carefully fashioned by its research and development center, Phenix's ergonomically designed skiwear offers maximum freedom of movement.