So why not every clothing company uses aerogels to get insulation? It's fragile, like broken glass under pressure. It also tends to disintegrate in water.
But Oros claims to have solved these problems. Its proprietary "Solarcore" technology claims that it can maintain the insulation properties of aerogels, at the same time it has flexibility, water repellency, durability and breathability. Of course, existing coatings have shown similar characteristics. Oros thinks it can make a warmer coat.
Napier Lopez, a foreign media reporter, said after trying it on, that a coat made of the lightest thing in the world is not lightweight. But this weight is not a problem for most people, but it may not be a good choice if you want to walk long distances or run marathons in winter.
Second: This coat is very thin, much thinner than the ordinary warm coat. But Lopez doesn't feel like a walking marshmallow.
So how about the thermal effect of this coat? Lopez felt warmer than the velvet jacket he had worn before. Orion Parka is obviously better than his Uniqlo down jacket, so that he no longer feels cold.