Keep your kid's protected from harsh conditions with kids thermal base layers, long sleeve tops, and leggings at Anaconda. Browse the full range of kids thermal options in-store and online for keeping body temperature just right, and enjoy base layer comforts around Australia and New Zealand at all times of the year.
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CAN I PURCHASE KIDS THERMALS AT ANACONDA?
Yes, the Anaconda collection of kids thermals includes thermal pants, Merino base layers and thermal tops that can be worn as outerwear. Thermals keep core body temperature stable, and are suitable as kids, women's and men's wear, while many products in the kids thermals range are unisex, such as scarves, hoodies, beanies and other headwear. Merino kids thermals are moisture wicking, quick-drying and versatile, easily packed and folded for optimum warmth while travelling. Kids thermals such as neckwarmers, mittens, t-shirts, long Johns and other kids' clothing options at Anaconda, will have your family covered for Merino thermals and other base layer materials.
HOW DOES THERMAL CLOTHING BENEFIT MY KIDS?
Kids thermal clothing works on the same principle as women's and men's clothing. Thermal clothes such as thermal underwear, long Johns and long sleeve tops add an additional layer of insulation between the body and the kids' clothing outer garment. Merino thermals and other thermal gear is easy to wash, quick drying, and can keep its shape for years to regulate air flow around the body. Much kids thermal clothing is close fitting for extra warmth, including long Johns, thermal underwear, thermal pants and kids thermal tops. Always remember to pair kids thermal clothing with other versatile apparel and equipment, such as kids hiking boots, snowboarding gear, sleeping bags, backpacks and other products on your wish list for Australia or New Zealand, all available at Anaconda.
WHEN IS THERMAL WEAR FOR KIDS USED?
Thermal wear can be used for many different reasons. Many people prefer layers of thermal wear when out skiing, skating or snowboarding, and wear it under their ski or snow pants and tops. It can also be worn during sports events that take place in winter, to help protect muscles from the cold. It can even be a handy standby when you are going camping, in the event that the weather takes a sudden turn for the worse, as it will provide additional warmth through the night.
HOW DO I CARE FOR THERMAL WEAR?
It is always advisable to check instructions on your thermal garment laundry label, but as a rule, most thermal wear can be hand washed or machine washed at low temperatures with a gentle detergent. Avoid high settings on tumble dryers as this can damage the fabric, and always make sure to keep it away from open flames or fire, as it can be very flammable. Make sure the thermal wear is completely dry before storing it.