Compared with brushed fleece, anti-pilling polar fleece has better warmth retention.
Both brushed fleece and anti-pilling polar fleece have warmth retention properties, but the brushed fleece itself has no wind resistance, which means that the brushed fleece has poor wind resistance and is easy to ventilate, which will take away heat.
The material of anti-pilling polar fleece is cotton, and some are pure cotton products, which are excellent in heat preservation and wind resistance.
The main function of anti-pilling polar fleece is to make scarves and other warm products. Because the brushed fleece is assembled in different ways and the materials used are different, the types of fleece are extremely rich, and it is really not easy to summarize.
In order to facilitate the selection and use, here are classified according to the different functions. The fleece used outdoors can roughly achieve the following functions: warmth, windproof, light weight, quick-drying, wear-resistant, stretchable, easy to compress, easy to manage, antistatic, anti-splashing, etc., common outdoor scratches Most of the velvet realizes one or more of the functions, so if there are still many subdivisions, here are simplified into two categories according to the main functions, one is to keep warm; the other is to prevent wind.
In fact, fleece is often a multi-functional combination, just for reference when choosing, and a rough classification. Regardless of the material of the fleece, the thickness is still the main basis for determining the thermal performance. In addition, the cold and warm feeling is still a matter of different people, and cannot be generalized. The compressibility mentioned here is just a relative comparison between fleece materials. Simply put, fleece is the process of making the fabric or inner material produce shorter velvet.