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|Temperature Rate||-10 C | 14 F||-15 C | 5 F||-30 C | -22 F|
|Water Resistance||Water Resistant||Waterproof||Water Resistant|
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|Care Instructions||Cold water wash - low tumble dry||Cold water wash - low tumble dry||Cold water wash - low tumble dry|
â What size should I buy ? â Designed and conceived in Canada, we have fitted using the medium specifications for North American women which is the same standard of off the rack sizes of major brands and dept stores.
Generally, the 3 in 1 maternity coats and jackets as well as maternity jeans should be bought in your pre pregnancy size. Many women will make the mistake of buying maternity clothes sizes that are too large, or buying menâs clothes or plus-size clothing.
Avoid this because youâll end up with maternity clothes that are too loose and baggy and donât have âgiveâ in the right places. Our patented 3 in 1 maternity panel will accommodate even the most generous baby weight gain in the belly area. However, all womenâs body types are different, especially when it comes to pregnancy weight gain in other areas of the body. Please consider this upon choosing the right size for you during your pregnancy.
Please note the measurements below are body measurements, not garment measurements.
All our Maternity coats and Maternity jackets are treated with a water resistant coating applied to the exterior of the shell fabric and provide some protection to water penetration. The coating accomplishes this by causing water to bead up and roll off the garmentâs exterior preventing water saturation, however this will not protect against prolonged or heavy rainfall. Longer term, the applied water resistance coatings applied to our garments may wear off due to abrasion, grime and laundering, however an off-the-shelf spray on treatment may be reapplied to retain optimal performance. Washing the garment with harsh detergents usually accelerates water resistance loss, in addition, soaps often leave a residue which attracts water and dirt.
Some of our styles are clearly more shiny, and these may posses a Waxed cotton and/or Polyurethane coating or laminate which will resist water and keep you dry in rain showers, if anything only a small amount of water may get through. Technically we can not define it as 100% fully waterproof although is still often chosen for its water resistant capability and desirable aesthetics.
Down: To begin, down is completely natural. We can find it underneath duck and goose wings. Itâs one of the best insulator that you can find on the market: no man-made insulation can match downâs superior and natural weight to warmth ratio. Its ability to expand and compress is probably one of its best features, making it very light and easy to carry as well as very very breathable. The cost is noticeably higher than synthetic â however, if treated with care, a good down jacket can last a lifetime, a great investment for a maternity jacket. On the negative side: once itâs wet, it loses this capacity. For rainy and humid conditions, it might not be the most reliable option.
Synthetic / polyfill: In a way, synthetic is like the man-made imitation of down insulation. Even if its capacities arenât as efficient as down insulation, it still has very interesting features. The most important is that it is less expensive. It also would be that it will keep you warm even if itâs wet or humid. The simple explanation: the moisture gets trapped between the fibers, rather than in them, making it much easier to dry. On a more negative note, synthetic material is heavier than down, and you will not be able to compress it as much. Itâll be more puffy and less of a slim look and feel.
A fabric may be called two different things. Waterproof or water repellent. Waterproof means that no water can pass through the fabric, or if weâre talking about a constructed garment, then no water should be able to pass from the outside to the inside of the garment. For an item of clothing to be waterproof, itâs usually made from a fabric with some sort of coating such as polyurethane or silicone, or it may be a laminated material. For clothing to be waterproof, seams also must be taped to prevent water from being able to go through the holes in the stitching.
On the other hand, water repellent fabrics will repel the penetration of moisture, meaning they are water resistant but only to a degree. Water easily runs off the fabric surface, yet some water would pass through the fabric under prolonged rainfall or when more pressure is applied such as pressing on the fabric, sitting or kneeling or as already mentioned, water can go through the stitching areas.
Depends: wind, humidity, activity level, what else youâre wearing, and body type can all affect this. Your choice should look at (1) type of filling down vs synthetic, and (2) design.
Please ask yourself the following question,
Are you often outdoors in a cold city urban center shopping sidewalk sales and cafe lattes each weekend ? Perhaps you want something warmer with a âDownâ filled 3 in 1 Maternity Parkas, it is our heaviest and warmest maternity coat and would be comfortable until -30 Celsius ratings. The 3 in 1 âPolyfillâ maternity coats are also quite warm with -15 celsius temprature.
Are you racing between Costco, daycare, and yoga class in the suburbs ? Often in your vehicle and carrying shopping bags, perhaps less insulation and less heavy characteristics are more important to you. The 3 in 1 âPolyFillâ maternity coats are also the voted favorite of our suburban Moms. However for even more comfort, the extra lightweight and breathable âDownâ maternity jackets are extremely versatile, comfortable, and very practical.
Do you live by coastal mild ocean breezes and/or a spring/fall fashionista ? The lightweight weight maternity collections are the most popular among these clients. Our âwaterproofâ maternity raincoats are very unique to maternity fashion.
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# 1A competitive exam is entirely different from your academic exams.
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Now, we would like to discuss the steps you need to follow to crack your desired exam.
The day you decide to start your preparation for an exam, you must take a Full length Computer based or Online Mock test imagining it to be a real one.
This helps you understand three key things -
1st. Your current level of preparation
2nd. The level of preparation required and
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Do keep the fact in mind that every exam is different and so are its syllabus and pattern. Once you finish taking a Mock Test as suggested above, sit back and make a list of the topics which have higher weight-age or importance than the others. You, therefore, need not always cover the entire syllabus to be able to clear the exam. Instead, you just need to be smart enough to gain command over the number of topics that frequently get featured with high weight-age in a particular exam.
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A lot of questions, though not all, are there in a competitive exam that can be solved applying a shortcut or intuitive approach. You, therefore, need to enhance your level of awareness. Whenever you attempt a question or set of questions while practising at home, try finding the shortest possible ways to reach the correct answers.
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