The OncawarmPants are built with OncaTermic yarn, currently the highest insulation product in the market, Onca Shoftsell on the outside to allow transpiration and Onca Dual Protect membrane inside to maintain your body moisture free. It is the perfect partner for low-temperature conditions. Used as an outer layer or as an insulation layer under any of our rain jackets. Will keep your body warm in extreme weather conditions.
- 29 oz.
- Onca Dual Protect membrane for sweat-free sensation
- Water repellent
- High breathability
- High snag resistance
- OncaTermic insulation layer
- UnzippableåÊbibs and suspenders
- Perfect for cold weather conditions
- Onca Softshell outside silent camo layer
- Easy donning thanks to its triple slider zipper along the leg
- Complete free movements tolerance
OncaWarmis a fabric developed by Onca Gear used in Jackets. It is designed for outdoors enthusiast in static situations. OncaWarm is a sandwich composed of an outer fabric, a thermal fiberfill and an inner membrane that ensures thermal comfort at low temperatures. The sandwich made up of the outer fabric, the thermal padding and the inner membrane guarantee thermal comfort at low temperatures.
THE DOUBLE OUTER FABRIC
The outer fabric has been developed to be resistant to snags and tears produced by contact with branches, thorns and rocks. In addition, it acts as a windbreaker, gives us breathability and water repellency.
The thermal padding is the result of multiple trials mixing different synthetic fibers to achieve a high degree of thermal efficiency, ensuring thermal comfort at low temperatures in static hunting situations for long periods of time.
The inner membrane acts as a second windbreak barrier, guaranteeing breathability and avoiding moisture resulting from condensation when we exercise in humid environments, always keeping us dry.
Products from the OncaWarm line can be compressed significantly reducing the volume they occupy in our backpacks.
All fabrics developed by Onca are in collaboration with Gocotex, S.L and tested by Aitex textile research institute.