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Men's Power Stretch® Suit

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OM0737

Summary

Our expedition-weight baselayer is designed to take the rigors of alpine climbing and high altitude mountaineering. Polartec® Power Stretch® provides exceptional moisture management and our overlaid seat and knees protect from the cold and wet. 6-slider rear zip provides uncomplicated access.
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Style# 1093121
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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1 lb. 0 oz. / 454 g. -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -

Summary

Our expedition-weight baselayer is designed to take the rigors of alpine climbing and high altitude mountaineering. Polartec® Power Stretch® provides exceptional moisture management and our overlaid seat and knees protect from the cold and wet. 6-slider rear zip provides uncomplicated access.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric: Polartec® Power Stretch®

Measurements

Inseam: 29.5 " / 75 cm
  • Weight: 1 lb. 0 oz. / 454 g.

    Details

  • 6-slider watertight rainbow rear-zip for quick changes
  • Gusseted crotch for mobility
  • Spandura-overlay on seat and knees for added durability
  • Two-way front zip for easy on/off
  • Zip chest pocket for small items
  • Imported

Reviews

Men's Power Stretch® Suit 4.5 5 2 2
Great piece. I have had this piece for a while and I love it. I hate when the cold seeps between your jacket and pants and this solves this problem. This is also great for cold winter climbs whether mountaineering or ice climbing because it takes away an extra layer from around your waist. It does hinder if you need to layer or delayer but I have stripped down to this and one wool base layer for the long hot trips up the mountain even on the cold days. February 5, 2012
Warm This is a thick warm suit best for skiing or any snow activity. I'm going to try it for a winter ride and see how it works for that. January 16, 2012
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