Definition of Thinsulate in English:

Thinsulate

Syllabification: Thin·su·late
Pronunciation: /ˈTHinsəlit
 
/

noun

trademark A thin, highly insulating fabric made from polypropylene fibers, used to make outdoor clothing and sleeping bags.
More example sentences
  • For very cold temperatures, add a Thinsulate interlining for warmth.
  • Another benefit of Thinsulate insulation: it's one of the lightest synthetic insulations on the market.
  • By 1978, they had introduced Thinsulate to the marketplace as a synthetic substitute for down.

Origin

a blend of thin + insulate.

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