We’re always look­ing to part­ner with brands that change the game, add a lit­tle some­thing dif­fer­ent to the out­door land­scape, and lead the way in innovation.

Klymit (and we’re not just lov­ing them for their unique way of spelling it) has giv­en users the abil­i­ty to Kon­trol the Ele­ments with their NobleTek Insu­la­tion tech­nol­o­gy and it’s as sim­ple as turn­ing a dial.

Stop­ping to add or remove lay­ers can be a pain, and as your lev­el of activ­i­ty and the cli­mate around you changes, you can find your­self doing that numer­ous times. NobleTek Insu­la­tion uses noble gasses, like argon, instead of down or oth­er syn­thet­ic fab­rics. Argon is bet­ter at cap­tur­ing heat and allows for thin­ner and more light­weight insu­la­tion. This lends itself to the most light­weight and least bulky vests on the mar­ket. When they’re inflat­ed, they won’t hin­der your move­ment and when they’re deflat­ed, they’re easy to pack and store. The gasses used in the 100% recy­clable can­nis­ters are inert: non-tox­ic and non-flammable.

Check out the graph below for a bet­ter view of NobleTek Insu­la­tion, the world’s only noble gas-based insulation.

The key tech­nol­o­gy behind the Klymit NobleTek insu­la­tion is noble gas. The rea­son why noble gasses are such great insu­la­tors is becaus of their low ther­mal con­duc­tiv­i­ty. On this graph you can see thick­ness on the bot­tom an heat loss on the left. The thick­er the insu­la­tion, the less heat is lost. The top line on the graph is an aver­age val­ue for the indus­try lead­ing nat­ur­al and syn­thet­ic fibers. The bot­tom three lines are val­ues for the gasses Klymit uses: Argon, Kryp­ton, and Xenon. The yel­low line shows that 4.5mm of argon has the same ther­mal con­duc­tiv­i­ty as 14mm of fiber insu­la­tion, mak­ing argon more than 3 times more efficient.

Mon­day we’ll share some of “The 9 Core Ben­e­fits of NobleTek” on our blog and we’ll high­light some of the gear avail­able in our Klymit event on Face­book through­out the week. We hope you’ll help us wel­come Klymit to The Clymb this com­ing Wednesday.

Below, Klymit founder Nate Alder explains the Klymit Kinet­ic Vest: