The fabrics and materials chosen to make RefrigiWear® garments guarantee feminine style, exceptional quality and eye-catching style for any occasion. All the fabrics used are wind-resistant and water-repellent to protect you from the cold and all other weather conditions. Painstaking research goes into the fabrics used to make our jackets. With its crisp, full-bodied feel, RefrigiWear's classic, structurally robust nylon is used to create the brand's most iconic garments, including the Original Kearny Jacket. The range continues with exquisitely feminine down jackets made from very stylish shiny nylon, whose modern, contemporary fits set them apart. The collection also offers pieces made from nylon brushed to create a very comfortable wool-like finish, and from fabrics lined with jersey and water-repellent, wind-resistant membranes, which provide the collection's high-performance features. All the fabrics used are wind-resistant and water-repellent to protect you from the cold and all other weather conditions. RefrigiWear® garments are suitable for a wide range of uses in both casual, urban or outdoor settings and more traditional, formal ones, including strolls in town on autumn days or week-long mountain holidays with friends. Winter jackets are available in different fits, from snug and slim-fitting to quirky and oversized styles, and there are hooded and hoodless varieties, ones with synthetic or genuine fur, and various colours to suit all tastes. Depending on the climate, you can choose from different kinds of padding, and from ultra-light garments and jackets to thicker, warmer ones that will even protect you in extremely cold conditions thanks to the use of materials that retain exceptional levels of body heat. To complete your head-to-toe RefrigiWear® look, there is an A-line sweatshirt and a wide range of accessories: iconic, modern hats and scarves perfect for every day of the week, and iconic and very spacious backpacks with an original patch pocket, a logo patch in the middle and inner compartments, made using the same padded material used for parkas worn in American cold-storage units.