EPHRAIM-- Dale Lewis is scheduled to speak from 12:30 tot 1:20 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the Karen Huntsman Library on Snow College campus. The event is free to attend and open to the public.
Lewis has entrepreneurial experience ranging from ranching and construction to real estate and hunting products. After hearing of his son's misery working in the frigid oil fields of North Dakota, Lewis and a friend developed a line of lightweight, revolutionary extreme weather clothing called Aeris and WorkWarm.
Work Warm has developed a revolutionary new type of under clothing that can keep people warm in any winter work or sports activity with light weight single layer comfort. Tested in the oil fields of North Dakota, where workers have gone from wearing five layers at -50 to 70°F to just top and bottom and a pair of summer coveralls.
Get better performance than the best and most expensive "water-proof breathable" layered system. Keeps people warm and dry whether they are working out in the weather or standing for hours. People remain warm and dry even when they have worked up a sweat.
If someone falls in the water, the system does the work, warming the person within minutes of getting out of the water and then proceeds to dry them out. The colder it is, the faster they dry.