Fit will tell you how the fleece is cut. This is defined by the design of the style, which ranges from an original looser fit to a modern straight fit to a slim active fit. The cut will help you optimize for comfort and for activity levels.
Stretch is defined by the materials used in each fleece where some are more traditionally static fabrics, while others are made of fabrics that have a lot of stretch like the Polartech®.
With the durability factor, we know that all Härkila’s clothes are always made to last, but some of our fleece are made as a basic mid-layer and don’t need the added protection, while others are made to withstand tough conditions in wind and weather or rough terrain and environments.
Warmth will tell you a combination of what activity level and weather the fleece is suited for. This will range from dry warmer weather and high activity level to colder weather and low activity, where some are thinner and have ventilating panels while others are thicker and water-repellent.