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Women’s Swelter Jacket

$329 – Our favorite ski jacket this past winter. The Swelter rides cold chair lifts like a champ, keeps you warm while watching an alpine sunrise, and covers all the right places when the cold hits. Extra length in the torso keeps your butt warm sitting on a pack or riding a lift. Stretchy cuffs slide over gloves easily, and the helmet-compatible hood fits over both climbing and skiing helmets. And we think it’s pretty cool that the Power Fill™ insulation is made with 80% post-consumer recycled content.

Women’s Solstice Graphene Hoody

$69 – This is the best baselayer we’ve ever made. Period. Years of development and iteration led us to a new synthetic fabric that feels like cotton, but wicks like synthetic. It incorporates Graphene nanomaterial for increased heat transfer and odor reduction, and comes in at UPF 55+ sun protection to keep you from getting microwaved up high.

Women’s NeoShell Nuker Pant

$299 – Everything you love about our Nuker jacket now in pants. The waterproof breathable performance of NeoShell®protects from the elements, is quiet, and packs down well. The 7/8 side zips make transitions easy, and the zippered fly allows for functional use over a harness. A slim lower leg profile helps reduce catching when wearing crampons and the elastic belt allows for adjustability. 

Women’s NeoShell Nuker Jacket

WAS $429 – Designed as armor to protect you from the elements when it’s nuking, but allow you to keep moving without wetting out and overheating. Utilizing the revolutionary NeoShell® fabric, the Nuker provides waterproof, highly breathable protection with a subtle stretch for extra comfort in a streamlined package. Finally, a hardshell that is quiet, soft, and doesn’t feel like an empty potato chip bag.

Women’s Moraine Climbing Pant

$179 – Great all-around climbing pant for climbing, mountaineering, hiking, and backcountry skiing and riding. This is the pant with stretch in all the right places. A wide, low-profile, stretchy waist band with internal draw cord provides adjustability, and is comfy when layered or worn under a pack. The zippered pockets provide options for hauling everything from wallets and phones, to maps, snacks, beacons and one or two of the eight lip balms you have at any given time. The zippered cuffs expand to fit over climbing boots and most ski boots.

Women’s Fissure Tech Fleece

$149 – Fleece is not dead. It still has a place in our kit. The Fissure is built for active, technical, and aerobic use with a generous hood stretchy enough to fit over a helmet, extra length in the sleeves and torso, stretch where you need it, and a full zip for body temperature regulation. Multifunctional on and off the mountain, this has quickly become a team favorite.

Women’s Ember Down Jacket

$329 – Super light down insulation is treated to repel moisture, providing lightweight warmth even in foul conditions. Stretch cuffs slide over gloves easily, and the variegated baffle design reduces bulk while trapping warmth.

Women’s Cozy Hoody

$159 – Plush, cuddly, and soft, the Cozy is made with high loft fleece paired with a stretchy waist band and side panels for a comfy, feminine fit that hugs all the right places. It provides breathability on training days where you need that extra layer, and comfy warmth for chilly down days. Pairs great with leggings on the trail or jeans in the city, and the generously sized hood lends extra style with an added layer of coziness. Try and take it off, we dare you.

Women’s Caldera Down Parka

$499 – The coldest part of any climb is often the last rest break before sunrise – the one where you nearly chip a tooth on a frozen Snickers bar. That’s when you need the Caldera. The I-beam construction helps minimize cold spots, and stretchy cuffs slide over large gloves easily. The large interior stash pockets fit water bottles, gloves, and most importantly, snacks for days. Single digits in the ski area? This is your jacket.

Women’s Alpha Ascender Vest

$199 – We liked our Alpha Ascender hoody so much, we decided to hack the sleeves off and turn it into one of those technical vests everybody’s wearing these days. But this is way more than technical “looking.” This vest is the product of 100,000+ vertical feet of testing by the world’s greatest mountain guides. Made with military-spec Polartec Alpha active insulation, and strategically located stretch panels, the Ascender has alpine credibility both on and off the mountain.

Women’s Alpha Ascender Hoody

$279 – Insulation that adapts at every elevation. The Alpha Ascender Hoody is the ultimate in breathable insulation that regulates core body temperature and wicks moisture with strategically placed panels. Worn as a primary insulator on milder days, or as a mid-layer on those extra chilly alpine starts, this jacket works as hard as you do so you can avoid the layer shuffle and get after it.

Men’s Swelter Jacket

$329 – Our favorite ski jacket this past winter. The Swelter rides cold chair lifts like a champ, keeps you warm while watching an alpine sunrise, and covers all the right places when the cold hits. Extra length in the torso keeps your butt warm sitting on a pack or riding a lift. Stretchy cuffs slide over gloves easily, and the helmet-compatible hood fits over both climbing and skiing helmets. And we think it’s pretty cool the Power Fill™ insulation is made with 80% post-consumer recycled content. 

Men’s Solstice Graphene Hoody

$69 – This is the best baselayer we’ve ever made. Period. Years of development and iteration led us to a new synthetic fabric that feels like cotton, but wicks like synthetic. It incorporates Graphene nanomaterial for increased heat transfer and odor reduction, and comes in at UPF 55+ sun protection to keep you from getting microwaved up high.

Men’s NeoShell Nuker Pant

$299 – Everything you love about our Nuker jacket now in pants. The waterproof breathable performance of NeoShell®protects from the elements, is quiet, and packs down well. The 7/8 side zips make transitions easy, and the zippered fly allows for functional use over a harness. A slim lower leg profile helps reduce catching when wearing crampons and the elastic belt allows for adjustability.

Men’s NeoShell Nuker Jacket

$429 – Designed as armor to protect you from the elements when it’s nuking, but allow you to keep moving without wetting out and overheating. Utilizing the revolutionary NeoShell® fabric, the Nuker provides waterproof, highly breathable protection with a subtle stretch for extra comfort in a streamlined package. Finally, a hardshell that is quiet, soft, and doesn’t feel like an empty potato chip bag.

Men’s Moraine Climbing Pant

$179 – Great all-around climbing pant for mountaineering, hiking, and backcountry skiing and riding. Ample pockets provide options for hauling everything from wallets and phones, to maps, snacks, beacons and one or two of the eight lip balms you have at any given time. Zippered cuffs expand to fit over climbing boots and most ski boots.

Men’s Glacier Short

$189 – Let’s be real, no one really wants to wear long johns if you don’t have to (if you secretly love it, we promise we won’t tell). But for everyone else, we got you! Get a little extra insulation on those alpine starts and be able to transition when things warm up. Full side zips make these easy to put on or take off while wearing a harness and boots with crampons, and strategically placed materials make these comfortable, durable and highly functional. Dude, who stole my crampons?

Men’s Fissure Tech Fleece

$149 – In a world where more and more companies are removing features in order to make a product feel “specialized”, we went the other direction and put pockets BACK ON our Fissure Tech Fleece. We experimented with removing them, but our guides demanded we bring them back! Everyone likes pockets, especially hands.

We also updated the blue to be a little brighter. Call that personal preference. Everything else stayed the same because everything else does exactly what it needs to do.

Fleece is not dead. It still has a place in our kit. The Fissure is built for active, technical, and aerobic use with a generous hood stretchy enough to fit over a helmet, extra length in the sleeves and torso, stretch where you need it, and a full zip for body temperature regulation. Multifunctional on and off the mountain, this has quickly become a team favorite.

Men’s Ember Down Jacket

$329 – Super light down insulation is treated to repel moisture, providing lightweight warmth even in foul conditions. Stretch cuffs slide over gloves easily, and the variegated baffle design reduces bulk while trapping warmth.

Men’s Alpha Ascender Vest

$199 – We liked our Alpha Ascender hoody so much, we decided to hack the sleeves off and turn it into one of those technical vests everybody’s wearing these days. But this is way more than technical “looking.” This vest is the product of 100,000+ vertical feet of testing by the world’s greatest mountain guides. Made with military-spec Polartec Alpha active insulation, and strategically located stretch panels, the Ascender has alpine credibility that the other guys only dream about.

Men’s Alpha Ascender Hoody

$279 – Insulation that adapts at every elevation. The Alpha Ascender Hoody is the ultimate in breathable insulation that regulates core body temperature and wicks moisture with strategically placed panels. Worn as a primary insulator on milder days, or as a mid-layer on those extra chilly alpine starts, this jacket works as hard as you do so you can avoid the layer shuffle and get after it.

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