Are Noize Jackets Warm? (Answered)

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Yes, Noize jackets are very warm and with very minimal layering you can remain warm in temperatures up to -30° Celcius with windchill.

Nonetheless, -30° C is not for all the models, because of changes in technical details.

Also, the warmest Noize jackets seem to overheat and felt heavy so go for thinner ones if you don’t live in sub zeroes to remain warm but not overly.

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How Noize Jacket’s Warmth Work?

Noize has divided their jackets (temperature-wise) into three categories – warmth up to -5° C, -15° C, and -30° C.

Though, it’s not declarative because by adding and removing layers you can increase and reduce the warmth to an extent. Also, it depends on person to person’s subjective experience.

Hereby, let’s discuss some specifics so you can choose the correct warming Noize jacket depending on the temperatures and weather you live in.

Understading Noize Warmth (No Fluff):

The warmth of any brand jacket, including the Noize, depends on three factors – Insulation quality, fill amount, and thickness.

Even if the one is missing, you’ll see that the two equally insulated jackets are not equally warm.

In the case of Noize, they use recycled plastic bottles (known as rPET) to make the lightweight and high-performance fill.

Normally known as polyester fill.

But, it is not the polyester fibers that keep you warm in Noize jackets, it is the air gaps present in them which act as an insulating barrier so that your body heat doesn’t get married to cold/outer surroundings.

Now, comes the fill amount or fill weight. The higher the number of polyester fibers filled in a Noize jacket the more clusters there will be, it increases the number of air pockets and thus the more insulation it will provide.

The more insulation means the thicker and heavier it will be.

Ask someone you know who has the Noize in the closet, they will say that the Noize tends to be heavier, the only reason behind this is the increased volume of insulating fibers in the jacket.

This ain’t the case with brands like The North Face who uses down because, down has the best warmth-to-weight ratio meaning if you take a TNF jacket and a Noize jacket of the same thickness and puffiness, the North face one will be lighter.

North Face uses down, which is cruel and Noize uses recycled plastic bottles that make them cruelty-free.

Here are some tips for choosing a Noize jacket that will be warm but not overly, yet sufficiently:

  • Look at the jackets yourself, and compare the thickness of them.
  • Go for a jacket that looks thickest and puffiest when it comes to extreme cold temperatures.
  • Go for the thinnest Noize jacket, if you just want to remain warm in early winter days and add some layers in mild cold temperatures.
  • If you live in a wind chill area, go for fur tirm or hood instead of normal hood coat because the fur trim help reduce the heat transfer.
  • Do not worry, because noize is a brand that will keep you warm and dry at the same time because of using polyester fabirc which is water resistant in nature.
  • Look for another brand like Patagonia, Arc’teryx, or Spyder if you want to ski because Noize has all the feautres for camping, hiking, trekking, or just roaming in city in cold witner days.
  • But not competent enough for skiing due to lacking in functionality needed for active sports.

Best Noize Jackets (Temperature Wise)

Best Noize Jackets For Temperatures Up To -5° C:

Puffer styles like Romeo and Hunter have a quilted design that is light yet hefty enough to keep you warm in early winter days to mid-winter by adding the layers like knits and sweaters.

Similarly, the Noize bombers like Maxwell and Poet are warm enough to wear in autumn.

Best Noize Jackets For Temperatures Up To -15° C:

I like the Noize Brady when it comes to something that can keep me warm in temperatures up to -15 degrees Celcius.

Due to the number of polyester fibers padded in it and the ribbed panel at the hem helps the jacket to lock the warmth.

Though, as said, it’s not a hard rule that you need to buy the Noize puffer jacket that is described for 15 C to remain warm because you can attain this amount of warmth even in 5 C jackets by adding the heavy and thick layers.

Best Noize Jackets For Temperatures Up To -30° C:

This is the most wonderful category in Noize because of so many styles, the Noize jackets that I am going to whisper now can keep you warm in as cold as -30° C which even the most expensive and cruel brands like Canada Goose failed to do so.

Puffers like Kobe, Hank & River. Parkas like Mack & Jacob. Bomber like Max Plus & Nixon-X.

Are best for such extremely cold temperatures because they are heavily filled with rPET and REPREVE fibers and the fabric is thick enough to withstand the wind chill and to further increase the insulation.

I’d suggest going with Noize Parkas over to puffers because of the vegan fur, the amount of heat lost is greatly reduced as compared to normal hood coats.

Are Noize Jackets Warmth Worth It?

Yes, if I am at your place, I will get some Noize jackets (thin, long, and the thickest version) because the warmth they provide at this price is awesome as compared to other brands that are cruel, expensive, and don’t even come close to the warmth-to-price ratio as the Noize is.

On a plus point, no one can complain about the fashion sense so if you’re a model, you can’t afford to not include at least a Noize in your collection.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Is Noize A Good Coat Brand?

Yes, Noize is a good coat brand because of providing super warmth at an affordable price.

Are Noize Jackets Heavy?

Yes, as the thickness/padding of Noize jackets increases the heavier they get.

The only reason behind this is the usage of synthetic fibers which do not have a great warmth-to-weight ratio and that’s why more filling is needed to obtain the same amount of warmth as down does.

Where Are Noize Coats Made?

Noize coats are designed in Montreal, Canada. Whose motto is to make cruelty-free products that everyone loves both in fashion sense and the winter functionality.

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