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NEXT offers next gen jeans powered by THERMOLITE® INFRARED technology

Published on Feb 07, 2022

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The global retailer NEXT recently launched performance denim warming jeans for women that raise the temperature of the garment—making them ideal for cold weather.

New Outdoor Cosy Heat Retaining Jeans by NEXT contain 20% THERMOLITE® INFRARED technology to deliver superior lightweight warmth that lasts the lifespan of the garment. Special additives in this fiber transform the energy of near infrared rays from the sun or artificial light into heat the wearer can feel. The fibers are also designed to trap warm air and dry quickly for enhanced wearer comfort.

 

About these warming jeans

NEXT’s Outdoor Cosy Heat Retaining Jeans retail for £48* and are available at next.co.uk and selected UK stores in two washes: mid-blue and rinse. The relaxed skinny fit jeans offer women size 8 to 18 a wide range of fits to suit a variety of body types. These jeans also include soft brushing inside the fabric that adds to the warming effect and makes them comfy and cosy.

 

Add warmth to your denim

Are you interested in adding superior lightweight warmth to your denim collection? Contact the representative below to learn more about THERMOLITE® brand technologies for denim.

 

About Next

NEXT is The UK’s number one online clothing retailer, designing all the latest trends across fashion and home. NEXT has over 500 stores in the UK and an online presence in over 70 countries selling NEXT and over 750 other fashion, home and beauty brands.

*All stock subject to availability. Delivery exclusions apply. Check next.co.uk for full terms and conditions.

THERMOLITE® is a trademark of The LYCRA Company.

Photo copyright info: © 2022 NEXT Retail, Ltd.

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  • The LYCRA Company

    Helen Latham

    Senior Strategic Account Manager, Brand & Retail, Apparel - UK

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