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Waterproof ratings are measured in millimetres using a Hydrostatic Head test. In a Hydrostatic Head test, the fabric is pulled tight under a 1 inch diameter sealed tube of water. This is then observed over 24 hours to ascertain how many millimetres of water the fabric can withstand before itRead More →

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I think jackets add a chic touch to every outfit. Although winter and spring weather are more jacket friendly, we can still incorporate jackets into our summer wardrobe (yes even when it’s 100 degrees outside)! Is denim good for summer? “Denim doesn’t have to be heavy, in fact lighter weightRead More →

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There’s a basic rule when it comes to buttoning up a suit jacket: “Sometimes, Always, Never” — if you have a three-buttoned jacket, sometimes button the top one, always button the middle one, and never button the bottom one. In a two-buttoned suit, you should always button the top buttonRead More →

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Children who are four, five, and six years old are required to wear jackets with buttons in the back, which are designed to nurture their interdependence. The jackets are designed to make the children ask for assistance from others when fastening their jackets and require cooperation. What is special aboutRead More →

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Given each trap can catch about 150 yellow jackets before refilling and that yellow jacket nests on average have 3000-6000 wasps, each trap refill only captures about 2.5%-5% of one nest’s population. Also- not all yellow jackets are attracted to the trap. Some may avoid the trap and head forRead More →

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There’s a basic rule when it comes to buttoning up a suit jacket: “Sometimes, Always, Never” — if you have a three-buttoned jacket, sometimes button the top one, always button the middle one, and never button the bottom one. In a two-buttoned suit, you should always button the top buttonRead More →