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PRODUCT CATALOGUE

2012 FALL/WINTER

AVALANCHE

A SAFETY GUIDE FROM ÅRE LAVINCENTER

ANNELIE POMPE ON EXPEDITON WITH FIVE UNKNOWN MEN

AKKA

A PHOTO JOURNEY


THAT SMILE SUITS YOU What’s up? Before or after? Most probably not in the heat of the moment, although one or two catalogues might find their way outside. Ending up as seat pads or stove fuel. But, our guess is that mentally, you’re already heading for a winter of escapades. Looking for something to color the snow with, something to let you balance with ease through the caprices of nature. Where the action is.   And when there is action – be it the sky collapsing over the base camp, your heart pounding at the brink of a powder slope, the slush and clay of the trail turning you into a piece of modern art, or the riffs of the cover band heating the night – we’ve put all of our experience and enthusiasm into the garments we create, to let your emotions run free.   So pull your hood up, let your skis fall through the rush of the mountain side, toss another gear in and sing along to the chorus: the day is yours to conquer. When standing there, all exhausted, eyes sparkling with life, it won’t be the clothes that frame the moment. We’ll simply have to swallow our pride. That smile of yours is just impossible to outshine.


TIERRA MEN’S COLLECTION FALL/WINTER 2012

Roc Blanc Jacket

Roc Noir Jacket

Rond Jacket

Rond Padded Jacket

Roc Noir Down Sweater

Col Hood Jacket

Pac Jacket

Birchville Parka

Rugged Jacket

Active Sweater

Roc Blanc Pant

Ace Softshell Pant

Withehorn Jacket

Roc Noir Pant

Pac Pant

Withehorn Trousers

Gorni Pant

Whitehorn Ws Pant

Roc Blanc Down Jacket

Route Hood Jacket

Whitehorn Padded Jacket

Gale Jacket

Foehn Jacket

Fireside Hood

Woodshed Striped Knit

Woodshed Knit

Moberly Ls Check Shirt

Scirocco Active Jacket

Cloudburst Winter Parka

Lodge Fleece Jacket

Active Henley

Scirocco Zero Jacket

Col Vest

Gale Anorak

Cabane Jacket

Cosmique Jacket

Rockette Hood Jacket

Col Jacket

Balmacaan Jacket

Whitehorn Ws Jacket

Route Pants

Gorni Jacket

Darwin L/S Shirt

Pamir Pant

Cabane Long Pant

Dolomi Tee

Tierra Rocks Tee

Cosmique Pant

Rond Pant

Cabane Knee Pant

Cabane Shorts

Dugout Fleece Vest

Dugout Fleece Jacket

Chilkoot Knit

Trapper Pant

Cosmique Hood

Mt Prism Tee

Mt Labyrinth Tee

Rockette Pant

Granite Pant

Foehn Vest

Vault Pant

Utby Pant

Scirocco Active Pant

Col Pant

Off Duty Pant

Lite Track Trousers


TIERRA WOMEN’S COLLECTION FALL/WINTER 2012

Roc Blanc Jacket

Roc Noir Jacket

Gorni Jacket

Laub Padded Jacket

Col Jacket

Col Vest

Rockette Active Jacket

Scirocco Active Jacket

Scirocco Zero Jacket

Ace Jacket

Dugout Fleece Jacket

Cosmique Hood

Roc Blanc Pant

Pac Pant

Route Hood Jacket

Cloudburst Winter Parka

Withehorn Female Coat

Gale Anorak

Cosmique Jacket

Gale Jacket

Dugout Fleece Vest

Active Sweater

Roc Noir Pant

Gorni Pant

Pamir Pant

Withehorn Trousers

Whitehorn Ws Pant

Cabane Long Pant

Roc Blanc Down Jacket

Whitehorn Padded Jacket

Cabane Jacket

Cosmique Pant

Cabane Knee Pant

Roc Noir Down Sweater

Pac Jacket

Foehn Jacket

Active Henley

Laub Jacket

Balmacaan Jacket

Whitehorn Ws Jacket

Foehn Vest

Shipridge Coat W

Rugged Jacket

Woodshed Knit

Moyie Check Tunic

Cabane Shorts

Rockette Active Pant

Trapper Pant

Granite Pant

Fireside Hood

Woodshed Striped Knit

Moyie Check Shirt W

Laub Pant

Col Hood Jacket

Amazon Shirt W

Scirocco Active Pant

Vault Pant

Col Pant

Utby Pant

Chilkoot Knit

Amazon Tunic

Dolomi Tee

Lite Track Trousers

Ace Softshell Pant


ROC BLANC JACKET M/W

ROC NOIR JACKET M/W

Hungry for freedom? The Roc Blanc Jacket is made for limitless exploration of the great outdoors. Close fit, without forgoing mobility. Good size hood with four adjustment options. Large front pockets with room for just about everything. Ventilation openings positioned out of reach of a backpack’s shoulder straps, but right next to the pockets of our fleece tops.   The jacket’s two-way zipper lets more air in, and a safety button ensures that it doesn’t flap around. Comes in signal colors so that the whole world knows you are at one with nature.

Roll out the red carpet, be charmed by lightning flashes and listen to the thunder’s greeting! Utemagasinet’s distinction ‘Product of the Year 2010’ fits the Roc Noir Jacket just as well as the jacket fits you. Durable lightweight with close fit. Articulated sleeves. Three-point adjustable hood with reinforced visor. Laminated two-way zipper with hardwearing storm flap and security button below. Two chest pockets and one inner pocket. Ventilation openings.

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Men Women Art. no: 1013100 Art. no: 1013110 Weight: 418 g Weight: 340 g Size:  S – XXL Size:  S – XL Color:  056 Blue Color:  033 Amarant 099 Black 056 Blue 305 Chili Red 099 Black 606 Fig Leaf

Men Art. no: 1014800 Weight: 500 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black 305 Chili Red 

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Women Art. no: 1014810 Weight: 430 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 099

030 056 099 056 099 305 602

056 099 305

ROC BLANC PANT M/W

ROC NOIR PANT M/W

A good alpine garment works as an extension of you and your strive to get further and higher. The Roc Blanc Pant takes you there with comfort. Minimalistic design with athletic fit. Stretchy softshell fabric in upper part of the bib for freedom of movement and better ventilation. Belt loops and adjustable suspenders. Four pockets where the leg pockets are big enough to hold a map. Three quarter high side zippers with inner storm flaps. Leg hem with internal snow gaiters.

A pair of pants that can handle you dragging your feet, but it’s more likely that its lightweight will keep you going strong. Minimalist design with maintained durability. Wind and waterproof. Elastic at the waist. Fly and belt loops. Leg pocket. Articulated knees. Three-quarter length two-way zipper, laminated with inner storm flap, in the sides. Snow lock adapted to boots and traditional touring ski boots. Adjustable leg cuff. Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology. Men Art. no: 1031100 Weight: 635 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black 305 Chili Red

Men Art. no: 1030800 Weight: 280 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black

Women Art. no: 1031110 Weight: 575 g Size:  S – XL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1030810 Weight: 245 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  099 Black 099

099

056 099

056 099 305

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GORNI JACKET M/W A classic mountain jacket with a modern cut. The weather may lose all signs of vanity, attack in wind-driven slushy snowfall and all-day-long rain, but the Gorni Jacket remains stylish through it all. From the hood’s wire reinforced storm protector, down to the sleeve cuffs’ generous Velcro adjustment. Two outer pockets, and one inner. Water-repellent zippers. Double wind flap with safety button at the top and bottom. Covered ventilation openings in line with our fleece sweaters’ pockets. Articulated sleeves for increased mobility. Material: 3-L Gore-Tex® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology. Men Art. no: 1014900 Weight: 500 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 513 Nordic Blue 602 Fig Leaf 

Women Art. no: 1014910 Weight: 455 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  099 Black 305 Chili Red 305 099

099 513 602

GORNI PANT M/W

PAMIR PANT M/W

Mountains, powder snow, playgrounds, mushroom picking, back country skiing, fine drizzle, forests, mud, coffee breaks, grand tours, lactic acid, fresh ice. Allround fits the bill for the Gorni Pant. Waist adjustment. Detachable suspenders. Three pockets. Articulated knees. Three-quarter length side zippers to easily take on and off, and good ventilation options.   Reinforced leg cuffs and detachable snow lock.

The Land Rover of the mountain, a must for the picky professional. High pants for harsh conditions. Normal fit for freedom of movement and room for layering. 3 leg pockets, two of them fit a map. Adjustable suspenders, drop seat and articulated knees with a kneepad compartment. Reinforced leg hems and internal snow gaiters with gripper elastic. The Swedish Mountain Rescue uses this pant, will you? Material: 3-L Gore-Tex® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology. Men Art. no: 1031400 Weight: 760 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  099 Black 513 Nordic Blue

Men Art. no: 1031200 Weight:  760 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1031410 Weight: 655 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099

099 099 513

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Women Art. no: 1031210 Weight:  710 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  099 Black 099


COSMIQUE JACKET M

COSMIQUE JACKET W

The white universe of nature lies before your eyes and the only thing you can hear is your breath. “Pow pow time!” The yell comes from behind waking you up, got to get there first. The run is magical. 3-L Gore-Tex Pro Shell. Two way zipper with safety button at hem. Fully adjustable helmet hood, three hand pockets, double chest pocket and a ski pass pocket on the sleeve. Detachable snow skirt with buttons for connection with pants.

You cut through the snow down the steep couloir like a comet. The ecstatic shadow belongs to you, as do the sun, the wind of the speed and the laughter you can’t hold back. 3-L Gore-Tex Pro Shell. Two way zipper with safety button at hem. Fully adjustable helmet hood, three hand pockets, double chest pocket and a ski pass pocket on the sleeve. Detachable snow skirt with buttons for connection with pants.

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Men Art. no: 1012400 Weight: 580 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  063 Lime 099 Black 554 Lake Blue

Women Art. no: 1012410 Weight: 500 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  034 Persian Red 063 Lime 099 Black

063 099 554

034 063 099

COSMIQUE PANT M/W Probably one of the most comfortable, best looking and functional reasons for reality to overshadow the text of the catalogue. Remember where you read it when you and the Cosmique pants shine together in the steep slopes. Adjustable lining with belt loops, raised back with lumbar plate.   Two hand pockets and one cargo pocket. Ventilations at sides. Reinforced leg ends with fixed snow gaitors. Buttons to connect with snowskirts on Tierra jackets. Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology. Men Art. no: 1031500 Weight: 480 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  063 Lime 099 Black 554 Lake Blue 063 099 554

Women Art. no: 1031510 Weight: 425 g Size:  XS – XL Color:  034 Persian Red 099 Black

034 099

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ROND JACKET M

ROND PADDED JACKET M

Imagine a dramatic horizon where mighty mountains rest, how the nature is bathing in white and the sun plays with its contours. Imagine how you let your skis pick up speed and accelerates you towards the present. The wind, the snow, the rush. You can open your eyes again. The Rond Jacket is made for this.   One inner pocket, to hand pockets, one outer chest pockets and a ski pass pocket on the sleeve. Fully adjustable helmet hood. Detachable snow skirt attachable to the Rond and the Cosmique Pants.

You felt a shiver along your spine, neither of fear nor of lack of heat. It was the thrill of the deep powder run through the open forrest. Padded with Primaloft for cold days. Fully adjustable helmet hood. Four outer pockets, one inner pocket and a ski pass pocket. Articulated sleeves. Detachable snow skirt attachable to the Rond and the Cosmique Pants. Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Men Art. no: 1016800 Weight: 1 060 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 554 Lake Blue 606 Oil Green

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Men Art. no: 1016900 Weight: 760 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 554 Lake Blue 606 Oil Green

099 554 606

099 554 606

ROND PANT M Some things are hard to describe in words. We’re not thinking about the adjustable waist or the lumbar plate in the back giving the Rond Pants the perfect comfortable fit. We’re not thinking about the three pockets and the two vent zips at the sides. Nor about snow gaiters on the reinforced leg ends. No, we’re thinking about the sound of skis cutting through fresh snow, the feeling of the warming sun and the laughter of good friend enjoying the run together with you. Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Men Art. no: 1076200 Weight: 650 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 554 Lake Blue 606 Oil Green 099 554 606

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LAUB JACKET W

LAUB PADDED JACKET W

Just one more run. To be dressed right is to be comfortable, not having to quit before the sun sets. Padded with Primaloft for cold days. Articulated sleeves. Two outer hand pockets, on outer chest pocket, one inner pocket and a ski pass pocket. Detachable snow skirt attachable to the Laub and the Cosmique Pants.

Who said that you have to freeze while painting your turns in the untouched snow? You can trust that the Primaloft filling keeps you warm. Fully adjustable helmet hood. Three outer pockets, one inner pocket and a ski pass pocket on the sleeve. Articulated sleeves. Detachable snow skirt attachable to the Laub and the Cosmique Pants.

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell.

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell, Primaloft ® Infinity.

Women Art. no: 1016910 Weight: 720 g Size:  S – XL Color:  034 Persian Red 043 Mulberry 099 Black

Women Art. no: 1016810 Weight: 900 g Size:  S – XL Color:  034 Persian Red 043 Mulberry 099 Black

034 043 099 034 043 099

LAUB PANT W Some days you never get tired. Days when you loose track of time rather than energy and only keep going. When sunset is only a prediction of another day of great skiing. The Laub Pant wants to be there with you. Adjustable waist with comfort foam pad at the back. Belt loops and attachment buttons for connection with Tierra jackets. Cargo pocket at right leg. Vent zips at sides. Articulated knees and reinforced leg hems with snow gaitors. Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Women Art. no: 1076210 Weight: 590 g Size:  S – XL Color:  034 Persian Red 043 Mulberry 099 Black 034 043 099

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ROCKETTE HOOD JACKET M/W

SCIROCCO ACTIVE JACKET M/W

For the trails’ superheroes and the slopes’ true enthusiasts. The Rockette Hood Jacket lets you keep up the momentum in your stride, even if the heavens above no longer look like a picture postcard. Velvety on the inside, waterproof on the outside. Three-point adjusted hood with tight fit, and reinforced visor give fantastic views. Pockets with water-resistant zippers and integrated ventilation. Leave open the front zipper and Velcro-up for further ventilation.

Trail runner’s favorite teddy and MTB specialist’s best friend. In short, for all us children of Mother Earth who love speed, no matter what the wind and spray. Lightweight. Reflex on the rear. Ventilation openings. Leave open the front zipper and Velcro-up for further ventilation. Material: Gore-Tex ® Active. Men Art. no: 1017800 Weight: 284 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black 

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Active. Men Art. no: 1017100 Weight: 374 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black 

Women Art. no: 1017110 Weight: 336 g Size: XS – XL Color:  030 Amarant 099 Black 

Women Art. no: 1017810 Weight: 248 g Size: XS – XL Color:  030 Amarant 099 Black 

056 099 056 099

030 099

030 099

ROCKETTE PANT M/W

SCIROCCO ACTIVE PANT M/W

Outdoor sports just became rockette science, but it only takes some good old forward motion to get the hang of it. Fire away! ¾ side zips with double opening for ventilation and easy on and off. Cargo pocket on right leg and zipped safety pocket on left leg. Reinforced on inside leg and Velcro and cord adjustment at leg end. Zip fly and belt adjustment at lining.

For those moments when the legs are really working high pressure during a low pressure.Scirocco Active Pants: tailored for freedom of movement. Waterproof with Gore-Tex Active. Elastic waist with drawstring. Small inner pocket for credit cards and keys, for example.Velcro adjustment over the calf let you tighten the drawstring-equipped leg cuff.

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Active. Men Art. no: 1075700 Weight: 380 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black  056 099

Material: 3-L Gore-Tex ® Active.

Women Art. no: 1075710 Weight: 300 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 

099

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Men Art. no: 1075600 Weight: 230 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1075610 Weight: 215 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 

099

099


ROC BLANC DOWN JACKET M/W

ROC NOIR DOWN SWEATER M/W

Lets you shift focus from goose bumps to promising snow dumps! Keep your mood up where it belongs with Roc Blanc Down Jacket. Box construction with no stitch through seams keeps it light weight and highly insulating. Two large handpockets and two large mesh pockets on inside. Adjustable helmet hood with foam hood peak for perfect fit. Hidden reinforcements at shoulders, sleeve ends and elbows. Inner flap at front with security buttons.

To climb a mountain in comfort, don’t forget to be down with it! The Roc Noir Down Sweater is that missing link in the chain of easy outdoor life. Light weight with no compromise on down and fabric quality. Double fabric on shoulders and sleeves with no top stitch in order to protect down from moisture. Two hand pockets, one for stowing and one zipped inner pocket.

Material: Pertex Microlight ® Fillning: 95% down, 5% feather. Fillpower: 700CUIN.

Material: Pertex Microlight ® Fillning: 95% down, 5% feather. Fillpower: 700CUIN.

Men Art. no: 1068700 Weight: 965 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 606 Oil Green

Women Art. no: 1068710 Weight: 860 g Size: XS – XL Color:  038 Wine Red 099 Black

Men Art. no: 1067900 Weight: 500 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 606 Oil Green

Women Art. no: 1067910 Weight: 400 g Size: XS – XL Color:  038 Wine Red 099 Black

099 606

038 099

099 606

038 099

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COL HOOD JACKET M/W

COL JACKET M/W

The run down to the valley caused shivers, and the sweat that oozed through in the midst of the frenzy of powder snow now cools your body. A pause by the old creek is a must. The warm drink sure does its bit, but really it’s the reinforcement garment you retrieved from your backpack that makes thoughts of coldness drift away.   Lined with Primaloft Eco. Extremely compressible and durable. Water repellent and windproof. Three outer pockets, one inner pocket. Adjustable hood. Free from fluorocarbons. Cool jacket, says a friend. I know, you say.

Shatter the ice, don’t chatter your teeth. With its friction-minimal material, the Col Jacket is easily worn under a shell jacket. The perfect reinforcement garment for biting temperatures. A suitable outer garment for high exertion, or when spring is in the air. Water repellent and windproof. Regular fit allows good mobility. Full-length zipper with soft chin guard.   Lined with Primaloft Eco. Two hand pockets, a chest pocket (replaced with a sleeve pocket on the women’s model). An inner pocket with zipper. Simple sleeve cuffs Drawcord on lower hem.

Material: Miniripstop Polyester. Lining: Primaloft Eco

Material: Miniripstop Polyester. Lining: Primaloft Eco

Men Art. no: 1068900 Weight: 520 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 512 Tint Blue

Men Art. no: 1067800 Weight: 490 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 512 Tint Blue

099 512

Women Art. no: 1068910 Weight: 430 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 305 Chili red 099 305

099 512

COL VEST M/W

099

099 305

COL PANT

He who does not have sleeves, does not suffer heatstroke! Your future favorite garment works just as well as reinforcement under a shell jacket, or as the outermost layer. Water repellent and windproof. Full-length zipper with soft chin guard. Lined with Primaloft Eco. Two hand pockets and a chest pocket. An inner pocket with zipper. Drawcord at the waist. Material: Miniripstop Polyester. Lining: Primaloft Eco. Men Art. no: 1067400 Weight: 490 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1067810 Weight: 390 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 305 Chili red

The chill of a midwinter night can be harsh. You may well be lying inside a warm down sleeping bag, but for all those wide-awake moments, the Col Pant is an ideal garment for a comfortable life outdoors. Their fit makes them work well both under and over a pair of shell pants.   Windproof and water repellent. Primaloft Eco synthetic insulation. Adjustable waist. Three-quarter length side zipper to conveniently take on and off, even if you have ski boots or large shoes on. Fly. Leg pocket. Free from fluorocarbons. Wear them, glitter and glimmer.

Women Art. no: 1067410 Weight: 390 g Size: XS – XL Color:  305 Chili red

Material: Miniripstop Polyester. Lining: Primaloft Eco. Unisex Art. no: 1031800 Weight: 480 g Size:  Unisex XS – XXL Color:  099 Black

305

099

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SCIROCCO ZERO JACKET M/W Endorphin chasers wear it far below zero, for others it’s a warm companion in the gray area between receding winters and cooling summers. When the Scirocco Zero Jacket fleece jacket is not embracing you, pack it neatly into its own pocket. A hang loop then lets you hook the pack to, for example, a climbing harness. Material: Eco Circle™ 100 % recycled polyester. Lining:100% polyester. Men Art. no: 1016100 Weight: 290 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1016110 Weight: 250 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099

099

LITE TRACK TROUSERS M/W No one named, no one forgotten. Lite Track Trousers qualify for just about any activities. Comfort fit. Stretches in all directions. Durable material that is wind and water repellent. Waterproof in the seat and leg cuff areas. Good breathability. Fly and belt loops. Two front pockets and a map-devouring thigh pocket, all zippered. Leg cuff adjustment and boot hook. Material: Softhell 4-way stretch.

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Men Art. no: 1070300 Weight: 520 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1070310 Weight: 475 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099

099


ROUTE HOOD JACKET M/W

ACE JACKET M/W

The Route Hood Jacket keeps rough weather at a rope lengths distance and the comfort in a firm grip. Thin double weave soft shell fabric. Normal fit. Adjustable hood fitting a climbing helmet. One chest pocket and two lower hand pockets. Reversed front zip with a wind flap. One-hand draw cord adjustment at hem.

If nature calls your hand, play out the mountain guide favourite Ace Softshell Jacket. Tight fit yet with the mobility kept. Sturdy, stretchy, windproof and water repellent. Good venting. Velcro adjustment at sleeve ends. Two large pockets with mesh lining for ventilation. Material: Softshell 4-way stretch.

Material: 4-way stretch Softshell. Men Art. no: 1018500 Weight: 380 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  055 Mid Blue 093 Graphite

Men Art. no: 1011300 Weight: 590 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 606 Oil Green 

Women Art. no: 1011310 Weight: 510 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099 606

099

055 093

ACE SOFTSHELL PANT M/W

ROUTE PANT M

Route Pant ascends ankles, knee and hip joints, to thenpride itself as your trusty follower. Durable with goodmobility. Wind resistant. Two hand pockets, one rear pocket and one leg pocket. Elastic cord which, in one simple tied knot, lets you adjust the leg cuff width.

For both snow angels and devilishly wonderful ice tours, and a whole lot more our earthly outdoors has to offer. Manufactured in durable soft shell which stretches in all directions.   Belt loops and fly. Two hand pockets and one leg pocket. Waterproof over seat, knees and leg cuffs. The elevated back keeps out cold drafts. Ventilation openings in the sides. Ankle-high zipper in the leg cuff.

Material: 4-way stretch Softshell. Men Art. no: 1074700 Weight: 340 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  093 Graphite

Material: Softshell 4-way stretch. Men Art. no: 1070400 Weight: 545 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

093

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Women Art. no: 1070410 Weight: 510 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 099


PAC JACKET M

BALMACAAN JACKET M

Heavy weather, light jacket, light-as-a-feather senses. Durability in a gracious design. Wind and waterproof. Hood with three-point adjustment and reinforced peak. Articulated sleeves with ventilation underneath. Two-way zipper with security button below. Two chest pockets. Two inner mesh pockets, of which one with zipper.

One step further. Struggling through the darkness towards wet, whipping snow. You take it slowly, and besides it’s not more than three hundred meters back home from the video store. The Balmacaan Jacket handles the harsh weather, be it among building façades or a concrete-free environment. Quiet and flexible outer material. Fits over a sports jacket. Two-way zipper. Wind and waterproof. Two hand pockets, one chest pocket.   Fully adjustable hood with enough room for a cycle helmet.

Material: Gore-Tex ® Paclite Shell. Men Art. no: 1015400 Weight: 380 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black 513 Nordic Blue

099 056 513

Women Art. no: 1015410 Weight: 365 g Size: XS – XL Color:  030 Amarant 035 Red 042 Purple 099 Black 030 035 042 099

Material: Gore-Tex ® Paclite Shell. Men Art. no: 1014300 Weight: 635 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black Wheat White 099 901

PAC PANT M/W

BALMACAAN JACKET W

When harsh weather puts on the pressure, Pac Pants let you have your moment, without getting involved. Lightweight pants. Reinforced over seat and leg cuffs. Minimalistic waist adjustment. Three-quarter length side zipper. One pocket. Velcro adjustment at the bottom for a tighter fit. Elastic draw cord at the leg cuff. The mountain hiker’s first choice.

It leaves the rustle to autumn leaves, and the rough edges to wind-fallen branches. Balmacaan Jacket is manufactured in a quiet, flexible and tailored-to-precision material. Three-quarter length. Two-way zipper. Wind and waterproof. Two hand pockets, one chest pocket. Fully adjustable hood with enough room for a cycle helmet.

Material: Gore-Tex ® Paclite ® Shell / 3-L Gore-Tex ® Pro Shell with Micro Grid Technology.

Material: Gore-Tex ® Paclite Shell.

Men Art. no: 1033800 Weight: 365 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 099

Women Art. no: 1033810 Weight: 320 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 099

Women Art. no: 1014310 Weight: 590 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 901 Wheat White 099 901


WHITEHORN JACKET M

WHITEHORN COAT W

Long jacket with regular fit, perfect for rainy and windy days. Double low front pockets with flap, one set with zipper. Fully adjustable hood and two-way front zipper with double storm flap. Adjustable both at the waist and hem.

The Whitehorn Coat W turns rain into a ray of sunshine – a designer one. Fully adjustable hood with reinforced visor. Two-way zipper with storm flap. Two hand pockets and a chest pocket. Articulated sleeves with adjustable cuffs.

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell.

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell.

Men Art. no: 1011900 Weight: 650 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  058 Navy 099 Black 601 Dark Olive 602 Fig Leaf

Women Art. no: 1014110 Weight: 560 g Size: XS – XL Color:  019 Yellow 035 Red 099 Black 901 Wheat White

058 099 601 602

019 035 099 901

WHITEHORN PANT M/W

CLOUDBURST WINTER PARKA M/W

Let your pants go with the flow! There is almost no end to the list of activities that fit the Whitehorn Pant. Water and windproof. A waist that is fashionably flat on the front and comfortably elasticized on the rear. Fly. Belt loops. Articulated knees. Leg cuff adjustment that keep the bike chain a good distance away. Two front pockets, one rear pocket. Black as night for those endless active days.

A cold and damp morning. The eyes of the pack are anxiously looking in the same direction. Clamping feet and the quiet question – will the bus ever arrive? Let the Cloudburst Winter Parka keep you comfortable instead. Thick Primaloft ECO isolates under a layer of Gore-Tex Performance Shell.   Two way front zipper with storm flap and soft chin guard. Two low front pockets with flap and zipper. Handwarmer entrance at the sides of the pockets. Articulated elbows. One pocket on sleeve for bus ticket or cell phone. One internal pocket wit zipper.

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Men Art. no: 1031300 Weight: 640 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 099

Women Art. no: 1031310 Weight: 540 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Primloft Eco. Men Art. no: 1068400 Weight: 1 365 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 560 Blue Wind 601 Dark Olive

099

Women Art. no: 1068410 Weight: 1 200 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 601 Dark Olive 099 601

099 560 601

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WHITEHORN PADDED JACKET W

WHITEHORN WS JACKET M/W

Padded female jacket for those cold winter days. Extra long to cover the bottom. Two hand pockets, one hidden chest pocket. Adjustable hood and sleeve ends. Two way opening at front. Double flaps to keep that chilly wind out.

Material: 2-L Windstopper ®. Men Art. no: 1015300 Weight: 400 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Filling: Polyester. Women Art. no: 1012110 Weight: 800 g Size: S – XXL Color:  099 Black 901 Wheat White

Women Art. no: 1015310 Weight: 370 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black 325 Candy Red

099 325 099

099 901

WHITEHORN PADDED JACKET M

WHITEHORN WS PANT Material: 2-L Windstopper ®.

Get lost in the details jacket and find your way to first class storm proof comfort. Long jacket with a normal fit. Fully adjustable hood with reinforced peak. Double low front pockets, one pair with zipper and one with flap. One inner pocket with zipper. Adjustable hood and sleeve ends. Articulated sleeves. Two way front zip with double storm flaps. Material: 2-L Gore-Tex ® Performance Shell. Filling: Polyester. Men Art. no: 1012100 Weight: 1 030 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  058 Navy 099 Black 601 Dark Olive 058 099 601

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Men Art. no: 1031900 Weight: 365 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1031910 Weight: 330 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099

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BIRCHVILLE PARKA M

SHIPRIDGE COAT W

You know those raw and chilly days, when the attacking wind keeps your smile at a minimum? Of course you don’t! The Birchville Parka is made in recycled polyester and organic cotton, with recycled nylon padding.   Flour carbon free impregnation. Two upper hand pockets. Two lower storage pockets and one inner pocket. Subway pass pocket on sleeve end.

Now you see it, now you don’t! Shipbridge Coat is a true mind bender. Just put it on and you’ll never grasp the meaning of uncomfortable wheather again. Gore Windstopper female coat with Primaloft padding.   Two hand pockets with fleece lining. Taped seams on shoulders and sleeves to protect padding from being damp. Adjustment straps at sleeve ends and button adjustment at back waist.

Material: 76 % Organic Cotton, 24 % Recycled Polyester.

Material: 2-L Windstopper with Primaloft Eco.

Men Art. no: 1016700 Weight: 1 350 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 606 Oil Green

Women Art. no: 1068410 Weight: 680 g Size: XS – XL Color:  043 Mulberry 099 Black

099 606 043 099

GALE ANORAK M/W

GALE JACKET M/W

Gale Anorak is all abouth raw authenticity, recycled through the hands of modern Tierra design. Fully adjustable storm hood. Chest pocket and one big double entrance tunnel pocket with internal cellphone pocket. Vent zips ai sides. Flourcarbon free impregnation.

The jacket you want to hang out with is partly yesterday’s news. Recycled polyester, ecological cotton, retro feel and an attitude that feels at home in both neon light and the glow of the camp fire. Water resistant. Adjustable hood. One chest pocket and two side pockets, all with zipper. Adjustable hem.

Material: 76 % Organic Cotton, 24 % Recycled Polyester. Men Art. no: 1016600 Weight: 620 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  038 Wine Red 093 Graphite 513 Nordic Blue 606 Oil Green

Material: 76 % Organic Cotton, 24 % Recycled Polyester.

Women Art. no: 1016610 Weight: 510 g Size: XS – XL Color:  038 Wine Red 093 Graphite

Men Art. no: 1015900 Weight: 554 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  079 Khaki 093 Graphite 513 Nordic Blue

038 093

Women Art. no: 1015910 Weight: 496 g Size: XS – XL Color:  030 Amarant 079 Khaki 093 Graphite 513 Nordic Blue

079 093 513

038 093 513 606

030 079 093 513

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FOEHN JACKET M/W

FOEHN VEST M/W

Windproof fleece jacket with excellent breathability. Front zipper with soft chin guard and flatlock seams for added comfort. Two front pockets and chest pocket with zippers.

Windproof fleece vest with excellent breathability. Front zipper with soft chin guard and flatlock seams for added comfort. Two front pockets and chest pocket with zippers.

Material: Gore Windstopper fleece ®.

Material: Gore Windstopper fleece ®.

Men Art. no: 1086000 Weight: 480 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Men Art. no: 1086000 Weight: 340 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1086010 Weight: 365 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099

099

Women Art. no: 1086010 Weight: 270 g Size: XS – XL Color:  099 Black

099

099

RUGGED JACKET M/W

LODGE FLEECE JACKET M

Comfortable thermal fleece with a sporty fit. Front zipper with chin guard. Chest pocket with zipper and two low hand pockets. Extended lower back. Flatlock seams and adjustable lower hem.

Warm, roomy fleece in a wool mix, perfect for keeping heat during calmer activities. Low hand-warming pockets with zipper. Fleece on the inside of the front zipper prevents chafing of the chin.

Material: Polartec ® Thermal Pro.

Material: Tessile Prowool.

Men Art. no: 1088300 Weight: 515 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  092 Grey 099 Black 701 Brown 092 099 701

Women Art. no: 1088310 Weight: 480 g Size: XS – XL Color:  001 White 042 Purple 043 Mulberry

Men Art. no: 1083500 Weight: 490 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  058 Navy 092 Grey 099 Black 601 Dark Olive

001 042 043 058 092 099 601

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FIRESIDE HOOD M/W Can’t wait for summer? The Fireside Hood is the cross-season garment which is quite satisfied keeping you warm and well dressed whatever the situation. Fleece with knitted surface. Two pockets with zipper. Extended back. A hood to dream in. Material: Polartec ® Thermal Pro. Men Art. no: 1081500 Weight: 590 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  554 Lake Blue 701 Dark Brown 554 701

Women Art. no: 1081510 Weight: 520 g Size: XS – XL Color:  001 White 043 Mulberry 001 043

DUGOUT FLEECE JACKET M/W

DUGOUT FLEECE VEST M/W

Two items should be part of every outdoor-passionate person’s basic equipment – a Rambo knife and a fleece top. OK, let’s forget the eighties knife, but stick with the thermal clothing. Why not get one with a good-looking fit? Two mesh pockets for ventilation, able to be reached through ventilation openings in Tierra’s shell jackets. Flatlock seams for a smooth and flat surface.

Just like the Dugout fleece, but cooler. Material: Polartec ® Micro fleece. Men Art. no: 1087100 Weight: 205 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Material: Polartec ® Micro fleece. Men Art. no: 1087200 Weight: 515 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 099 Black 056 099

Women Art. no: 1087210 Weight: 283 g Size: XS – XL Color:  001 White 099 Black

Dam Art. nr: 1087110 Vikt:  283 g Storlek: XS – XL Färg:  001 White 099 Black

099 001 099

001 099

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CABANE JACKET M/W

CABANE LONG PANT M/W

Cabane is French for cabin. Even if this jacket works excellently comforting by the fireside, it’s in its element when out in the freedom. Made in durable power stretch fleece which is tightly woven for wind resistance.   Deep mesh pockets which also act as ventilation holes. The position of the pockets matches up with the ventilation openings on our shell jackets. Thumb loops Parlez-vous Tierra?

Could be your lower body’s best friend. Cabane Long Pant fears no movement, and keeps you warm and eager for more. More oxygen, more snow, more joy. Laminated pocket as a practical detail. Flatlock seams for minimal friction. Wear them under the shell as reinforcement, or alone when doing high-intensity activities during the year’s not so bitter cold days. Material: Polartec ® Powerstretch.

Material: Polartec ® Powerstretch. Men Art. no: 1080800 Weight: 370 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black 513 Nordic Blue 560 Blue Wind

Men Art. no: 1081000 Weight: 225 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1080810 Weight: 285 g Size: XS – XL Color:  049 Pink Mist 099 Black

Women Art. no: 1081010 Weight: 200 g Size: XS – XL Color:  049 Pink Mist 099 Black

099 049 099

049 099 099 513 560

CABANE KNEE PANT M/W

CABANE SHORTS M/W

Leaves room for both the cooling wind and ski boots. High comfort is a given thanks to the flatlock seams. Made of the same mobility-friendly stretch material as the full-length option.

Cabane Shorts are the first choice for the last place you want to freeze. High comfort factor is guaranteed thanks to the use of power stretch fleece. Well fitting, even under other tight garments.

Material: Polartec ® Powerstretch.

Material: Polartec ® Powerstretch.

Men Art. no: 1080900 Weight: 190 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Men Art. no: 1081800 Weight: 140 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  099 Black

Women Art. no: 1080910 Weight: 175 g Size: XS – XL Color:  049 Pink Mist 099 Black

Women Art. no: 1081810 Weight: 125 g Size: XS – XL Color:  049 Pink Mist 099 Black

099

099

049 099

049 099

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WOODSHED KNIT M/W

WOODSHED STRIPED KNIT M/W

Everyone needs to find their inner George Michael now and then. If by Christmas you do give your heart away, make sure to keep the Woodshed Knit. Material: 100% Lamb wool.

Still a little frozen after a long day out in the snow. Desire to look good at dinner. Knitted wool sweater with soft hand feel. Keeps you warm, makes you look good. 12 gauge plain knit with fully fashioned raglan sleeves. Plain knitted collar for better stability over time.

Men Art. no: 1045200 Weight: 260 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  002 Sand 058 Navy 093 Graphite

Men Art. no: 1045300 Weight: 260 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  001 White

Women Art. no: 1045310 Weight: 200 g Size: XS – XL Color:  001 White

001

001

Women Art. no: 1045210 Weight: 200 g Size: XS – XL Color:  002 Sand 058 Navy 093 Graphite

002 058 093

Material: 100% Lamb wool.

002 058 093

CHILKOOT KNIT M/W Wrap yourself up in the mountain cabin’s cozy corner, or don the jumper when out clearing the snow. Woolen fibers know just how to adapt.   Weave together the easy-goer and snow-offer in you. Material: 100% Lamb Wool. Men Art. no: 1043700 Weight: 520 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  058 Navy 901 Wheat White 058 901

Women Art. no: 1043810 Weight: 350 g Size: XS – XL Color:  058 Navy 901 Wheat White 058 901

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COSMIQUE HOOD M/W

ACTIVE SWEATER M/W

Be down with the hood team! A one liner for those of you who appreciate a message with tough attitude. Whichever one it is, in the end it is all about snuggling into a cozy hooded top.

Like cotton, unlike a polyester sweater. Highly absorbent inside, smooth and quick drying on the surface. Wristlets at the end of the sleeve and sweater. The women’s sweater has two low placed pockets to warm your hands in, when the pulse begins to fall. Material: 97% Cotton, 3% Elastane.

Material: 97% Cotton, 3% Elastane. Men Art. no: 1043300 Weight: 740 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  091 Light Grey 512 Tint Blue 091 512

Women Art. no: 1043310 Weight: 600 g Size: XS – XL Color:  560 Blue Wind

Men Art. no: 1081700 Weight: 545 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  093 Graphite 512 Tint Blue

Women Art. no: 1081710 Weight: 450 g Size: XS – XL Color:  027 Pink 093 Graphite

560 093 512

027 093

ACTIVE HENLEY M/W Get it out, wear it out and get nostalgic about it! Our Active Henley commes with a relaxed fit. Placket with buttons. Flat lock seams. Elbow patches on female style. Material: 46% Polyester, 49% Lyocell, 2% Elastane. Men Art. no: 1044200 Weight: 265 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  514 Ocean Blue 514

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Women Art. no: 1044210 Weight: 215 g Size: XS – XL Color:  030 Amarant 030


MOYIE CHECK TUNIC W

MOYIE CHECK SHIRT W

Moyie! Shout it out for yourself, and see just how good it feels. Flannel, relaxed and good looking. V neck. Two hand pockets and one chest pocket. Articulated sleeves with rolled-up sleeve fastener.

Not just any old shirt, but can be worn any old day. V neck. Hidden pocket at the bottom. Articulated sleeves with rolled-up sleeve fastener. Material: 100% Cotton.

Material: 100% Cotton.

Women Art. no: 1041810 Weight: 190 g Size: XS – XL Color:  033 Mountain Rose 056 Blue

Women Art. no: 1044110 Weight: 240 g Size: XS – XL Color:  033 Mountain Rose 056 Blue

033 033

056

056

AMAZON TUNIC W

AMAZON SHIRT W

A calm and quiet morning. The rays of the sun starting to warm the tent and the sand of the beach. The quiet hiss of the gas stove cooking the first pot of coffee. A long sleeved tunic with style and comfort.   Two waist pockets and one chest pocket. V-neck. Articulated sleeves. The first brew is ready, time to wake the others.

If it’s to your taste, then most likely the shirt will love you back. We want to believe that our clothes communicate with their wearer. Low collar and three buttons at the front. Hidden pocket in the side. Articulated sleeves that can be rolled up and attached. Material: 100% Cotton.

Material: 100% Cotton.

Women Art. no: 1041110 Weight: 192 g Size: XS – XL Color:  051 Light Blue

Women Art. no: 1041310 Weight: 240 g Size: XS – XL Color:  051 Light Blue

051 051

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MOBERLY LS CHECK SHIRT M

DARWIN L/S SHIRT M

Material: 100% Cotton.

Survival of the best fitted shirt! Cotton shirt with two chest pockets and rolled-up sleeve fasteners.

Men Art. no: 1044000 Weight: 210 g Size: S – XXL Color:  069 Green

Material: 100% Cotton. Men Art. no: 1043900 Weight: 210 g Size: S – XXL Color:  065 Khaki Green

069 065

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TRAPPER PANT M/W

GRANITE PANT M/W

If you hear sweet music when you meet the Trapper Pant, it could be the remnants of a haunting guitar string. 100% recycled nylon makes for a durable trouser which stands up to harsh conditions. Neutral fit. Fly and belt loops. Two hand pockets, two spacious leg pockets and a rear pocket. Strategically positioned stretch areas. Ventilation openings on the outer legs. Articulated knees. Leg cuff adjustment and boot hooks.

These pants are not as hard as stone – you’re the one with the muscles. Durable, that goes without saying, but at the same time comfortable and flexible, thanks to the easy stretch. Articulated knees. Two spacious leg pockets with zipper, the right one has a mobile phone pocket. (The men’s model also has a rear pocket.) Elastic cord, which in the absence of uncomfortable stoppers and through a simple tied knot, lets you adjust the width of the leg cuff.

Material: 100 % Recycled Nylon.

Material: Polyester with mechanical stretch.

Men Art. no: 1076300 Weight: 525 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  098 Dark Grey 601 Dark Olive 098 601

Men Art. no: 1070500 Weight: 415 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  093 Graphite

Women Art. no: 1076310 Weight: 460 g Size: XS – XL Color:  098 Dark Grey

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098

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Women Art. no: 1070510 Weight: 355 g Size: XS – XL Color:  601 Dark Olive 601


OFF DUTY PANT M Made of one hundred per cent untamed cotton canvas, for one hundred per cent uncontrolled existence. Regular fit. Articulated knees. Belt loops and fly. Two front pockets, two rear. Off Duty Pant postpones the patina. When it does finally appear, you are one with the pants. Material:100% Cotton Canvas. Men Art. no: 1070600 Weight: 705 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  065 Khaki Green 085 Desert Sand 093 Graphite 065 085 093

VAULT PANTS M/W

UTBY PANT M/W

You got it, the name is inspired by urban action gymnastics and those crookedly positioned side seams encourage twisted activities, but hold on, we’re not suspicious if you take a break every now and again, and just be yourself. Belt loops and fly. Neat waist adjustment for an excellent fit. Two rear pockets with button. Elastic cord which, via a simply tied knot, lets you adjust the leg cuff width.

Pinstripes at work? Utby Pant converts with ease from the workplace to the beach, through its style, comfort and functionality. Smooth, lightweight and quick-drying material. Hidden waist adjustment for an excellent fit. Articulated knees. Two hand pockets and two rear pockets. A small pocket with zipper (large enough for a cell phone) placed on the rear of the right thigh, and out of the way of the climbing harness. Lost your stripes? So what, the pants are great to travel in as well.

Material: 76% Organic Cotton, 24% Recycled Polyester.

Material: 76% Cotton, 24% Polyamide.

Men Art. no: 1077800 Weight: 396 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  079 Khaki 093 Graphite

Men Art. no: 1071200 Weight: 300 g Size:  S – XXL Color:  065 Khaki Green 079 Khaki

079 093

Women Art. no: 1077810 Weight: 380 g Size: XXS – XL Color:  093 Graphite 513 Nordic Blue

065 079

093 513

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Women Art. no: 1071210 Weight: 270 g Size: XS – XL Color:  065 Khaki Green 079 Khaki 513 Nordic Blue 065 079 513


DOLOMI TEE M/W Seems like those mountains are the work of a melting heart. Material: 100% Organic Cotton. Men Art. no: 1045000 Size:  S – XXL Color:  514 Ocean Blue

Women Art. no: 1045010 Size: XS – XL Color:  001 White

514

001

TIERRA ROCKS TEE M Get stuck between a rock and soft embrace.

MT PRISM TEE M Let this one shape things up.

Material: 100% Organic Cotton.

Material: 100% Organic Cotton.

Men Art. no: 1045100 Size:  S – XXL Color:  062 Light Green 514 Ocean blue

Men Art. no: 1044900 Size:  S – XXL Color:  001 White 602 Fig Leaf

062 514

001 602

MT LABYRINTH TEE M Mountain paths are impenetrable, the Mt Labyrinth Tee is easier to decipher. Nothing out of the ordinary, just a good-looking print on organic cotton. Material: 100% Organic Cotton. Men Art. no: 1040900 Size:  S – XXL Color:  056 Blue 069 Greenf 056 069

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FISHERMANS HAT

POM POM BEANIE

POWER STRETCH CAP

Who really knows what to keep you warm when it’s cold and moist? A classic style used by fishermen for ages. Now your style - Tierra style.

A plain, no striped beanie.

Don’t lose those warming thoughts. Comfortable well-fitted Power Stretch Cap will see to it that they stay put.

Material: Ull/Akryl.

Material: Polartec Powerstrech.

Unisex Art. no: 1098000 Size:  One Size Color:  033 Mountain Rose 505 Turquoise

Material: Gore ® Windstopper. Unisex Art. no: 1097900 Size:  One Size Color:  035 Red 058 Navy 099 Black 601 Dark Olive

Unisex Art. no: 1093700 Size:  One Size Color:  025 Cerise 049 Pink Mist 099 Black 513 Nordic Blue

033 505

025 049 099 513

035 058 099 601

Polartec

Style: Cabane Balaclava Art. nr: gender: Season: Category:

BOBBLE BEANIE

CRIB TUBE

CRIB BEANIE

CABANE BALACLAVA

Material: 50% Wool, 50% Acrylic.

Material: 100% Recycled Polyester.

Material: 100% Recycled Polyester.

Material: Polartec ® Powerstretch.

Unisex Art. no: 1098500 Size:  One Size Color:  038 Wine Red 901 Wheat White

Unisex Art. no: 1098300 Size:  One Size Color:  030 Amarant 099 Black 305 Chili Red 512 Tint Blue

Unisex Art. no: 1098200 Size:  One Size Color:  030 Amarant 099 Black 305 Chili Red 512 Tint Blue

Unisex Art. no: 1093200 Size:  One Size Color:  099 Black

038 901

099

030 099 305 512

030 099 305 512

HELMET CAP

TIERRA CLASSIC LOGO BUFF

MT LABYRINTH CAP

70 per cent of … yeah, you got it. But it’s not only heat that escapes from a shivering skull. Motivation can easily dip when all you really want is to keep heading upwards. Tight and thin fleece hat with Gore Windstopper.

Material: 100% Recycled Polyester.

“Archeological excavations have revealed that the Alp region’s Pharoahs wore caps to honor …” sunstroke has its own theory. Tierra offers an alternative winter reflection. Mt Labyrinth cap is made of 100% cotton with stretch.

Material: Gore Windstopper ® Fleece. Unisex Art. no: 1094200 Size:  One Size Color:  099 Black

Unisex Art. no: 1093810 Size:  One Size Color:  058 Navy 099 Black 602 Fig Leaf 058 099 602

Material: 100% Cotton. Unisex Art. no: 1094500 Size:  One Size Color:  099 Black 099

099

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ON EXPEDITION WITH FIVE UNKNOWN MEN Text: Annelie Pompe

R

ight in the middle of a steep snowy slope is when it happens. I look down at my crampons which get a grip in the icy mix, and am overjoyed. I stupidly smile, breathe, and look up again over the Denali surroundings. Let me try to explain what we can see. White-clad pointed peaks surround us as far as the eye can see. A layer of fresh snow has settled like icing sugar over the whole landscape. The fog has lifted and revealed the sky’s crazy bright blue color. A light and cold wind lifts ice crystals into the air and makes everything glitter magically in the sunlight. It is so wildly beautifully. And it is so immensely enjoyable to ascend a steep snowy slope. This is mountain climbing. It’s not an extreme sport, it’s an experience sport. That alone is part of the appeal of an expedition. Each mountain is a new experience. The snow has another taste, the wind another chill, and the mountain another personality. Many people have asked me to compare Denali and Everest. You can’t. For me, that’s not what mountain climbing is about. Mountain climbing is about passion, not comparisons.   “I think that new experiences are good. It’s got nothing to do with the activity. Just doing something new, whatever it is, is a good thing. I think that new experiences give energy, inspiration and development.”   But the mountain is really just half of the expedition. The other half is the climbers. This is the biggest expedition with unknown men that I have been on. And it’s just another appeal of an expedition. Not the fact of climbing with men, but the fact that they are unknown. There is no end to the excitement of doing something really tough and enjoyable with people you haven’t met before. Of course, you can feel a bit nervous that you won’t get along. But since we all have our passion for mountains in common, it is rarely an issue. I have taken on an added challenge because men are usually stronger than women, and so I have trained twice as hard for some months

to be able to keep up. In three weeks, the unknown men have become bearded friends. Somehow, you get to know each other in a special and close way when a physical challenge brings you together. And it seems to be particularly true of Denali. Everyone we meet along the way are extrovert, like typical Americans. It may seem superficial to smile at strangers, say hello and be asked how it’s going all the time, but I do think it’s awfully nice.   Life is simple. We all agree. Everyone’s first responsibility is to take care of themselves. If everyone takes care of themselves (stay warm, drink enough melted snow, and breathe) we are a safer team. I love the simplicity. For a few weeks life is about keeping warm, eating enough, finding a place to sleep, and walking up steep slopes.   We are located so far north that we have 24-hour daylight. But that does not mean it is warm. Keeping warm is a constant challenge as temperatures creep down to as low as -40 degrees in the middle of summer. I give many thankful thoughts to Tierra’s product developer when climbing. CLIMB HIGH SLEEP LOW Climbing is tough. It is very cold, the pack is very heavy, and somehow, the mountain feels a lot higher than its barely 6,000m. We climb according to the principle ‘climb high sleep low’ to acclimate, and we follow a three day routine. The very first day is the heaviest. We have food and clothes for three weeks with us on the way up. We carry large backpacks which weigh around 25 kilos, and drag a further 35 kilos on a sledge behind us. The sleds seem to have a life of their own behind our backs sometimes. We set up camp and sleep the night. The next day we take some of our pack with us up 500m, dig out a snow hole and put the pack in it, and then mark the spot with a flag so we can find it later. We go down and sleep one more night in the camp below, to then pack up the whole camp the morning after and move to the next camp some 1,000m higher 36


up. There we build a new camp and spend the night. The morning after, we go back down 500m and collect the equipment we buried the day before. And so we continue camp after camp upwards. We are very lucky with the weather, and we ‘avoid’ taking rest-days. Until we reach the highest camp at about 5,300m. Then the weather turns on us and others with us. The forecast is strong winds for a whole week. The summit, which is only 8 hours away, suddenly feels very distant. We lie in our tents, locked in by the winds, freezing and hovering between sleep, hopefulness and hopelessness. The days’ challenge is going down the toilet.   After four nights I wake suddenly to the feeling that something is different. It was no colder than usual, but then I realize what is missing. Sound. After four days of ice cold and strong loud winds, it was finally silent. The canvas was still. I fell asleep again with a smile and with the hope that tomorrow would be the start of a great day. THE TOP The great day ended up being a window in the weather for 15 hours. It was all we needed. At six in the morning, we put on every layer of clothing we had, and ate what was left of the food before setting off. It was colder in the shade than ever. The feeling in my fingers and toes vanished immediately, and I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to get the blood circulation going again. I frantically wiggled my toes and swapped the ice axe in my hands every now and again.   Slowly we went towards the top, one step at a time. The last bit went along a narrow snow ridge where we advanced ridge by ridge, tied together with a rope. At one point, the whole team had to stop and wait for one of the members who was fumbling with a snow anchor. I am in a strange position, a bit like the warrior position in yoga, and start to giggle breathlessly. With some deep breaths, I relax in this position and realize that I am doing yoga 6,100m high! 37

  And then suddenly it’s all over. There is nowhere left above us to climb. We are on North America’s highest peak! The view is so breathtaking that it’s even harder to breath in the thin air. I feel lyrical. But at the same time strangely empty. I am empty of energy, food, feelings and thoughts. But it’s not an unpleasant emptiness. Instead it’s more like a feeling of presence and feeling of absolute calm. Calm and happiness. But we were not there just yet. I try not to see the summit as the goal, but climbing a mountain. 80% of accidents happen on the way down. The goal is to get down. The top is only half way. We have been on the go for 8-9 hours, and need energy to get us down again. We head down in slow motion, and silently thank the sun for being up all night.   Once back down at camp, we find that a friend has melted some snow for us and heated it enough to be able to cook some noodles, and give us some energy. I have never eaten such great noodles in such great company! Everyone sits and smiles happily through the noodle steam.   It’s not only a fantastic experience to climb Denali. It’s actually just as fantastic to come back down from the mountain. The contrasts are even more apparent. Imagine only seeing the color white for three whole weeks. Imagine smelling nothing other than the smell of sweat. Hearing only the wind, the sound of snowflakes against the canvas, and silence. Imagine not showering for three weeks, and wearing only climbing shoes with steel soles. And so, a short but fantastic flight away, everything is completely different.   We land amid color, another light and many sounds. Everything smells stronger than usual. The smell of greenery is mixed with fuel fumes from the small airplane (I have decided to take my pilot license). The taste of a really big American breakfast is overwhelming. It’s as though all your senses are sharper than usual for a couple of days. The feeling of being alive is a little greater.


AKKA Text: Kristoffer Frenkel

Photo: Fredrik Schenholm

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THE MORNING ROUTINE The morning routine is always the same: early breakfast, put on the cold ski boots, piece together the harness around your waist, put sun lotion on your face, open up the ventilation on your jacket, drive the snowmobile, and then head up the mountain. Putting on the equipment gets faster with each day, and that feeling when you get home in the evening, tired, hungry and sweaty is satisfying in a way that I rarely experience in the big city. The body is numbly shattered after ten hours’ training but even so, the pain vanishes once the food is served by the person on dinner duty that evening.

he smell of two-stroke petrol lingers in the air. The sound of the snowmobile that has taken us over Akkajaure – the lake that separates our cabin from Akka mountain – dies away and in front of us lies a pile of skis, bags and a line marked in the snow. “I mustn’t go any further,” says Christian our local guide. His face is tanned from the strong spring sun and his beard bleached. Around his eyes and nose, the outline can be seen of his sunglasses which constantly sit on his face as protection against the strong spring sun. “Stora Sjöfallet National Park starts here, and only Samis have the right to drive snowmobiles in here. “I’ll be back to get you in ten hours,” he concludes, and with a sudden movement, he has quickly sat back on the snowmobile, started it up and the smell of fuel once again fills the air. The atmosphere in the group is good but expectant – we have a long day ahead of us with the aim of reaching Stortoppen, the highest point on Akka mountain. The mountain is considered a holy place for Samis, and in Sami mythology, Akka is the goddess who represents all wisdom and wonder in the world.

TOWARDS THE TOP “The cap”, which is a cloud that often settles around the two thousand sixteen meter high summit – has dispersed in honor of the day, and the April sun rays warm our cold cheeks. The advance from the ice through shady lowlands takes us about two hours. We pass by trees and brushwood before arriving over the tree line into the valley. Nobody in the group knows everyone, but everyone knows someone and when we head 39


over the mountain formations towards the top, we exchange words, laughter and encouragement to keep the fire alive when strength begins to fail. Every break is a chance to drink some gulps of water, eat some raisins, and exchange words with our new friends, who all share the same passion. We are completely alone in our quest to the mountain summit, and yesterday night’s snowfall has painted over the few tracks from yesterday. The snow is cold and crunchy and when the ski skins meet the surface it creates a sound that slowly makes the brain drop a gear, and puts the problems and obligations of the day to one side. Breathing gets heavier with every step, and soon the earlier chit chat dies down. As one symbiotic being we advance in unison, and let ourselves be slowly rocked into our inner world with the heavy breathing like a background bass.   Even though the surrounding environment is desolate, and the majority of Swedes never have or never will visit this Sami land in the heart of Norrland, it’s history affects all Swedes. Akkajaure is Sweden’s largest constructed reservoir, and during the nineteen hundreds it was extended several times, so as to increase capacity. Samis have used the land for reindeers and taken care of it for hundreds of years. Last century they witnessed the flooding of their land so that other Swedes could use the area as a hydroelectric power reservoir.   Tied together on one red rope, we walk in a row and in unison behind Craigh, who has taken on the ungrateful task of leading the chain over the glacier. The rope between us is to prevent falling into crevasses in the glacier, and it must not to be dropped on the ground. With our trodden track behind us, we now have a one hour sweaty ski tour over Akka glacier’s many crevasses ahead of us, and then a further two hours climb with crampons before we reach the summit. The mountains don’t look the same as the Swedish mountains I am used to – these are high, barren and much wilder in their nature. The sun moves worryingly fast and our time plan needs to be revised. After a brief debate we decide to make an attempt to reach the summit, despite the fact that we are behind schedule. Everyone in the group is a knowledgeable outdoor person, but in particular, it is comforting that Annelie is with us. In addition to holding the world record for free-diving, she climbed Mount Everest last year. She leads the onward journey towards the top. We disconnect the harness from the rope, pack up our sticky ski skins and fasten our skis onto our rucksacks. Annelie deftly leads the group up the mountain and now with spiky crampons underfoot and ice axe in one hand, the adventure feels even more alive. THE AKKA CABIN For five days we live and sleep in the desolate Akka cabin. Our lodgings are a simple mountain hut without electricity or running water on the opposite side of the mighty Akka mountain. The only comforts the hut can be proud of, is the bottled gas cooker and the stove made from genuine solid cast iron – straight out of Kiruna. Water is collected from the dugout well some ten or so steps away from the hut. The inside of the house is covered in unpainted wooden panels, and the walls are decorated with maps and pictures from the area. The cooker is old, the floor scratched up from all the crampons and ski boots, the beds are classic bunks, and the floor surface in the hut is rapidly filled with ropes, axes, rucksacks, clothes and ski boots. In the room next door lives Björn, who looks

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after the hut. His duty is to see to it that everything is running as it should out there in the wilds. He is also full of stories and history about the region. The first time he was introduced to the wild nature of Stora Sjöfallet nature reserve was back in the seventies. Together with his greying dog Niak, he takes shorter tours in the days and entertains guests in the evenings. Both Björn and the hut breathe history, and therefore contribute to the true feeling of adventure felt as soon as you set foot in the Swedish wilderness. MORE, MORE, MORE! The last few steps are playfully easy. Suddenly there we are standing at the summit, the sun passed its highest point some time ago, and the orange light from the evening rays creates a magical atmosphere. South of the summit, Sarek Nature Reserve spreads out in all its splendor. The light disappears fast and after a quick cup of coffee and an obligatory group photo, smiling from ear to ear, it’s time for the moment I have been longing for all day – to ski nearly 1,500 vertical meters in virgin snow down steep slopes, rolling fields and complex forests. One by one we start the half-hour long journey back down to Akkajaure where Christian patiently waits for us. I let the others go before me and I can hear their shouts of joy echo between the desolate mountain faces. Then it is my turn. The feeling you get when you can lavish turns on the virgin snow knowing full well that you are never going to cross a single track is almost too much. I think ‘however much I turn I will never be able to ski over all the snow – I want to ski more, more, more!’. The feeling is overwhelming and I also burst into a howl. Maybe there just is no expression that describes the feeling better than a genuine howl straight from the heart, and out into the long valley?   Once through the complex forest, I once again smell the two-stroke fuel, and glimpse Christian’s snowmobile in the dusky evening light. Pumped full of adrenalin and endorphins and drained of all energy, we end the day where we started. With our equipment laid on the ground behind the line that marks the division between lake and nature reserve. The sun has now fully set and the starlit sky causes temperatures to sink rapidly towards minus twenty. Around the lake, the even layer of ice is broken with stone spires shooting up out of it. I ask Christian what the large stones are for when we pass them on the snowmobile. He slows down by one of these majestic pillars and explains that when the lake’s water is tapped for the hydroelectric power plant, the water level falls. The spires we can see are usually under the water. “The water level sinks approximately fourteen meters when they have finished draining the water,” he says in a few words before we continue our journey back to the cabin.   In the south of Sweden, the leaves on the trees have already started to appear, but up here the spring snow is still cold and crunchy. Our tracks remain like signatures across the mountain the next day when we wake up. For several days we are completely alone when we ascend Akka mountain in the quest for more snow. I have once again discovered a new and fantastic part of Sweden, and the simplicity of the journey has been spiritually purifying – not to mention the fascinating friends I have met. We have all become attached to mother Akka, and we have made ourselves a promise to return next year to greet her again.

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AVALANCHE SAFETY GUIDE Snow-capped mountains and cliff faces are familiar surroundings for anyone wearing Tierra clothing. The fact that climbing and skiing present dangers is also no secret for those of us who regularly frequent mountainous regions. Avalanches are one such danger, but with the right knowledge and attitude, we can still continue to do the things we enjoy without taking too great a risk. For an avalanche to occur, three elements must coincide: terrain, snowpack and people. We call the model an avalanche triangle.

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PEOPLE Avalanches can occur far out in the mountains when there is not a single person in the surrounding area, but then there are no accidents. Accidents only occur once we are in the area. Unfortunately, knowledge has not always proven to be what makes a safer skier or climber.

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SNOWPACK In order for an avalanche to occur, there must be a weak, fragile layer buried under a harder slab in the snowpack. The most decisive factor that determines whether a weak layer or a hard slab forms is the weather as the snow is falling. Snowfall in calm and cold conditions can, for example, form weak layers. Snowdrifts and snowfall when temperatures are close to zero degrees can, on the other hand, form hard slabs. Unfortunately, it is not as simple as just following the weather conditions when snow falls to be able to determine if there is a risk of avalanches. Other conditions can also weaken or stabilize the snow once it is lying on the ground.

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TERRAIN For an avalanche to occur, the angle of the slope must be at least 25 degrees. Once we have identified that it is avalanche terrain, we should also consider just how prone the terrain is to avalanches. Factors such as form, direction and altitude play a significant part in the number of avalanches that occur in an area. It is also important to think about the consequences of an avalanche. Could you be dragged over a cliff, in amongst trees and stones, or could the avalanche bury other people?

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If we use the knowledge we have, it should often be possible to avoid avalanche accidents. It’s our brain playing tricks on us, and we can’t always control this. In our brain, there are a series of functions that slow down our ability to see risks. There are four quite simple examples that I think you will all recognize, that we must really never forget.

must be humble with ourselves and our weaknesses. Avalanche safety is not only about knowledge and experience, but just as much about our attitude to what we are doing. Which is why the answer to my question about whether I still want to learn more about avalanches is: yes, because with knowledge comes humility towards both myself and the forces of nature.

POWDER RUSH. You know how the air is alive with excitement in the line for the lift, the morning after a heavy snowfall. All the ‘real’ skiers are standing there, and the competition for the virgin snow soon starts. This is not just a competition about being the first out on the virgin powder. This is something that goes a lot deeper than that. When supply is limited, instinct comes into play. It’s all about getting as much of the product in short supply as possible. To make the example clearer, think about how you behave in a mushroom forest. If you find a glade with golden chanterelles, do you call over your friends so they can pick them too, or do you pick them yourself and later proudly present your basket full of mushrooms? As far as I’m concerned the answer is simple – I would happily pick all the mushrooms myself. It’s exactly the same when it comes to powder snow – when the lifts open and the slopes are untouched, it’s no longer you who does the thinking but the caveman within.

TO SKI OR NOT TO Finally we are standing there, by the untouched slope, and are thinking about whether we can set off or not. The more knowledge, experience and humility we have, the safer our decision will be. Some of the questions we want answers to are: q Is where we are going avalanche terrain? Is the snow stable or not? q Are we ready to ski where we planned? q Do we have enough knowledge? q Do we have the right equipment? In other words; do we satisfy the avalanche triangle?

FOLLOW TRACKS. A slope may be untouched for several days but as soon as the first track is made, the slope is skied all over in just an hour or so. People are herd animals. Who goes into an empty coffee shop when there is one packed full of people? Unfortunately, this is no guarantee that you get the best coffee there – the same goes for the slopes. Just because there is a track does not mean that the slope is safe. An avalanche can be triggered after the second, tenth or fiftieth skier. Not knowing who left the first track doesn’t make it any easier. Maybe that person doesn’t know the first thing about snow and avalanches. OLD HABITS. When you ski the same slope day in day out without anything happening, you can be lulled into a false sense of security even though you know really that the conditions for an avalanche are still there. It’s just like crossing a road without looking because cars never pass by there. But suddenly one day, there you are sitting in a car bumper. For those of us who are on the mountains every day, this is perhaps the one thing we need to constantly remind ourselves of. We must never think – it won’t happen to me. TUNNEL VISION. How many climbers have died because they have put all focus on the summit, and therefore missed all the signs of approaching danger? The same fever can strike anyone with the determination to reach a goal, go on a special tour, or ski a slope. A good off-piste run can be all that’s needed for people to ignore all the clear warning signs to steer clear. These human factors are deep rooted and influence us, regardless how skilled we are. In order to not fall into these traps, we

When we are going to ski off-piste or go climbing, our risk assessment of avalanches starts several days before. We read guide books, look at maps, check the internet and weather reports on the TV. We collect a lot of information which helps us create a picture of the snow that is waiting for us out there. The assessment continues when we arrive at the mountain. Once there, we can ask local mountain guides and ski patrols about the situation. The assessment then continues throughout the whole day. We have to think all the time about where we are skiing, how the snow is, and whether we really have the right knowledge, attitude and equipment to ski there.   There is certain equipment we must have so that we can be in an avalanche environment at all: a shovel, probe, transceiver and first aid kit. If there is coverage, then it is really worth having a mobile phone with you. Once we have then chosen our ski run, assessed that the snow is probably stable enough and we are ready to go, we should also minimize the risk and consequences of an avalanche by having three set rules: q Ski one at a time. That way, only one person risks being dragged down with the avalanche. q Have an escape route. If an avalanche starts, there is still a chance to get out before it has picked up speed. q Stop at safe spots. Don’t stand under the slope when you have come down, but instead gather all the skiers together at a spot which cannot be reached by an avalanche. Hopefully, you now have some tips to take with you up into the mountains. I hope you have a good and fun winter all around the world. Anyone passing by Åre is always welcome in to the Åre Avalanche Center at Stjärnbacken. I might even tell you where to find the best snow!


MATERIAL GORE-TEX® ACTIVE SHELL BENEFITS Garments engineered with GORE-TEX® Active product technology are built for extreme breathability and are ideal for highly aerobic, done in a day activities. All components are built for optimised sweat management to ensure extreme breathability and optimum comfort in high aerobic conditions. The performance is also supported by a tight fitting and minimalistic garment design. • extremely breathable • lightweight (max. garment weight 400 g) • excellent next-to-skin comfort

CONSTRUCTION GORE-TEX® Active laminates combine a lighter, thinner GORE-TEX® membrane with fine denier performance textiles to deliver the ultimate 3-layer solution for the active consumer. On the liner side, a proprietary lamination technology integrates the backer textile directly into the GORE-TEX® membrane allowing for extreme breathability and excellent next to skin comfort.

TIERRA AND DOWN Down is a natural product and offers the best insulation on the market. Down has a higher warmth-to-weight ratio than synthetic insulation and it is also more compressible. High grades of down offer the most substantial benefits, and are the superior option for high-performance activities. For Fall Winter 2012 Tierra offers two new Down Jackets, Roc Blanc down jacket and Roc Noir down sweater, both in a male and female style. Tierra work exclusively with one down supplier, who in turn works with contracted slaughter houses. Everyone involved has signed our Code of Conduct. During the entire process, down for Tierra products is transported in closed sacks to avoid being mixed with other down. At the factories, only the down in these sacks is used as padding in Tierra jackets. Our quality control team monitors the process by making announced and unannounced audits. After many years of working with down, we have created extremely strict inspection processes for our down. The process is described below. FARMS Tierra works with one down supplier, that currently has agreements with farms in the Yangzhou Hanjiang Goose Association in China. These farms follow the animal welfare regulations stated by the association regarding the animal handling. The work of the farmers is regularly reviewed by Fjällräven’s quality inspectors.

Both slaughterhouses have signed Tierra’s and Fjällrävens Code of Conduct. Personnel from our down supplier are present during the slaughter to ensure that the down that will later be used in Tierra products only comes from birds from Tierra’s nominated farms.   The meat is used as food and the down is gathered up in sacks that are marked with Tierra. The closed sacks are then transported to the location where the down will be dried. Tierra’s down is dried separately before it is again sealed and transported to our down supplier. DOWN SUPPLIER At the down supplier, Tierra’s down is washed in an environmental shampoo from German Pulcra Chemicals. The water is cleaned and filtered before it is released, and the clean down is then dried in a dryer.   In order to ensure that the down meets our strict requirements, it undergoes a filtering process during which lower quality down is sorted out and sold. IDFL (International Down and Feather Laboratory) conducts tests to ensure that the down is of the best quality and corresponds to Tierra’s high standards.   The high quality down is placed into new sacks, sealed and marked with the down quality, quantity and composition. It is then sent to our factories. Tierra’s quality inspectors approve the down sacks by signing them. The inspectors also save some of the down for later cross-testing.

PROCESS Tierra’s down supplier works with two contracted slaughter houses.

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FABRIC & FILLING Outer fabric in 55 g/m 2 ripstop nylon from Pertex Microlight. Inner lining in soft 32 g/m 2 Pertex Quantum nylon 6 plain weave for best moisture transport and comfort. Both fabrics are down proof by construction. Non live plucked down 95/5 from controlled farms.

Additional box walls for retention of insulation

Shoulders with double layer main fabric for durability, and additional syntethic padding for better loft

Fully adjustable helmet hood with wire reinforced foam peak. All seams with box-construction.

Double layer main material at sleeve end for durability. Elastic sleeve end with Rentex high quality brushed tricot on inside

Reinforcement at elbows for better durability

Safety bottons on inside.

All seams including side seam, hood-body and sleeve-body seam are made with box construction for best possible insulation to weight performance

CUT-THROUGH SLEEVE VIEW

SIDE VIEW

Tierra boxconstruction

Reversed coil front zip with 2 way opening from YKK. Inner wind flap with stabilizing webbing and pressbuttons for increased safety if zip fails

Sewn-through construction

Tierra boxconstruction

Sewn-through construction

Shoulders and sleeves with double layer fabric for durability and protection from wind and moisture

Collar with comfortable brushed tricot from Rentex

Hand pocket with two side sliders for stowing

Elastic Lycra at sleeve end

One hand cord adjustment at hem

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TECHNICAL DETAILS

Fully adjustable helmet hood.

Lumbar plate with foam pad for added comfort.

Safety button on the chest.

Snowskirt and buttons for integration of jacket and pants.

Bootstraps.

Double velcro for adjusting the width of the leg.

Pocket opening for headphones.

Adjustable waist.

Two way zipper with safety button.

Entire leg end kevlar reinforced, snow gaiters.

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Ventilation side zippers on the legs.


MATERIAL Products with this tag identifies that the product is made out of one or more of following environmentally conscious fibres or technologies. Do not destroy what you came to enjoy. RECYCLED POLYESTER We use recycled polyester in order to decrease air, water and soil contamination and the usage of our natural recourses. Tierra’s equipment made from recycled polyester is made by polyester fibres from e.g recycled bottles, second quality fabrics, worn garments. ORGANIC COTTON To reduce the environmental impact organic cotton is grown without use of toxic persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. Third-party certification organizations verify that organic producers use only methods and materials allowed in organic production. RECYCLED NYLON Virgin nylon fibre is made from crude oil and the production of recycled nylon yarn requires only 15% of virgin nylon. The ingredient of recycled yarn is industrial waste therefore we can reduce the overall amount of waste that is disposed.

ECO CIRCLE™ The Japanese Company Teijin is in the forefront in the world when it comes to recycled polyester. They complete the circle of the garment, ­instead of wasting the limited resources of nature, they use recycle worn-out garments as raw material when creating new polyester fibers, these fibers are then used in the new high quality fabrics. These new garments are then also recycling friendly, and the circle is closed. This circulation of fibers gives huge environmental impacts, the dumping area are getting smaller, the use of energy and the carbon dioxide discharge is getting lower.

POLARTEC ® CLASSIC MICRO Outstanding warmth without weight. Highly breathable to provide comfort in all activities and dries quickly to minimize heat loss. The product maintain the insulating ability and non-pilling appearance after repeated laundering. Versatile; appropriate for a broad range of activities. POLARTEC ® POWER STRETCH ® Feature body-hugging 4-way stretch and is very breathable. It keep you dry when you sweat and provide warmth without weight. The durable nylon outer layer is wind- and abrasion-resistant; the soft inner layer pulls moisture away from your skin keeping you dry and warm. It is also comfortable next-to-skin. POLARTEC ® THERMAL PRO High-performance insulation with unique fleece textures. Polartec ® Thermal Pro ® is the most visually dynamic and technically advanced of the Polartec ® insulation fabrics. Tierra’s version have the look of traditional wool with all the performance benefits of fleece.

WINDSTOPPER ® Provides soft and lightweight warmth by combining total windproofness, maximum breathability and water resistance. WINDSTOPPER ® Insulated Shells are designed to keep the warm air in and the cold wind out, while allowing perspiration to easily escape. They are ideal for cold and windy conditions.

PERTEX® QUANTUM Pertex ® Quantum is the lightest fabric from Pertex, it is true featherweight made from the finest yarn, about 30 g/m2. The tear strength is good for its weight. The fabric is soft as silk and has a small packing volume. PERTEX® MICROLIGHT Pertex® Microlight is made from tightly woven yarns. When used in down jackets the dense weave will prevent excessive heat loss through the fabric. Using 33 decitex/30 denier yarns, it is both downproof and windproof, water-repellent and durable.

GORE-TEX® For fall/winter 2012 GORE-TEX® have decided to change name structure for their product ranges: – GORE-TEX® products include Performance and Paclite shell – GORE-TEX® Pro products include GORE-TEX® Pro shell – GORE-TEX® Active products include GORE-TEX® Active shell. GORE-TEX® is your guarantee of highest quality and maximum protection even in the most extreme weather. Which is why on professional expeditions to the coldest and wettest regions on earth, GORE-TEX® fabrics are the products of choice. The GORE-TEX® product control program guarantees the performance not only of the GORE-TEX® fabric but of all finished GORE-TEX® outerwear made by our manufacturing partners. The results are strict performance and manufacturing standards for all GORE-TEX® garments – and the GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY™ promise: if you are not completely satisfied with the waterproofness, windproofness or breathability of your GORE-TEX® outerwear, we will repair it, replace it or refund your purchase price. GORE-TEX® PRO PRODUCTS 3-layer GORE-TEX® Pro products. For a rough day outside. GORE-TEX® Pro products is the optimum solution for use under extreme tough conditions. The 3-layer construction comprises a special high performance GORE-TEX® membrane bonded to a tough outer material and a specially developed robust inner lining. The benefit: no movement between the three layers, which means less wear and tear, and even greater durability.. GORE™ MICRO GRID BACKER TECHNOLOGY More comfort and performance with the GORE™ Micro Grid Backer ­Technology. The GORE™ Micro Grid Backer fabric is used in 3-layer ­GORE-TEX® Pro products. It improves internal abrasion and snag resistance, ­e nhances garment breathability and decreases garment weight. It also allows the garment to slide easily over mid-layers. 3-LAYER GORE-TEX® ACTIVE PRODUCTS GORE-TEX® Active laminates combine a lighter, thinner GORE-TEX® membrane with fine denier performance textiles to deliver the ultimate 3-layer solution for the active consumer. On the liner side, a proprietary lamination technology integrates the backer textile directly into the GORE-TEX® membrane allowing or extreme breathability and excellent next to skin comfort. GORE-TEX® PRODUCTS Garments engineered with GORE-TEX® product technology are durably waterproof and windproof combined with optimised breathability. Enduring products that maximise wearers´ protection and comfort. GORE-TEX® PACLITE Paclite ® product technology is the ideal solution for hiking, golf, Travel and other activities where space and weight are critical. A protective layer on the inside of the GORE-TEX® membrane makes a separate lining unnecessary. The result: minimum weight and pack volume.

PRIMALOFT ® The human body is around 37 degrees Celsius but often ends up in places that threaten to make it far colder than that! PrimaLoft ® insulates your body to keep it comfortable and conserve energy even in extreme cold.

PRIMALOFT ® ECO PrimaLoft ® Eco blends 50% virgin fibres and 50% ­recycled fibres to create a high loft performance insulation. The recycled fibres are produced from post-consumer products products (plastic bottles) and post-industrial plastic waste. PrimaLoft ® Eco is warm, lightweight and water resistant to keep you dry and comfortable.

PRIMALOFT® SYNERGY, is an advanced multi-denier continuous filament insulation engineered for superior warmth, softness and loft. PrimaLoft® SYNERGY is constructed of both fine and ultra fine denier continuous filament fibers. This fiber composition results in an insulation that raises the performance bar of continuous filament insulations. PrimaLoft® SYNERGY is highly durable and compressible, designed to keep the user warm dry and comfortable.


COLORS 2012

001 WHITE

002 SAND

019 YELLOW

024 MANGO

025 CERISE

030 AMARANT

033 MOUNTAIN ROSE

034 PERSIAN RED

035 RED

038 WINE RED

042 PURPLE

043 MULBERRY

049 PINK MIST

051 LIGHT BLUE

055 MID BLUE

056 BLUE

058 NAVY

063 LIME

065 KHAKI GREEN

069 GREEN

079 KHAKI

085 DESERT SAND

091 LIGHT GREY

092 GREY

093 GRAPHITE

098 DARK GREY

099 BLACK

305 CHILI RED

325 CANDY RED

512 TINT BLUE

513 NORDIC BLUE

514 OCEAN BLUE

554 LAKE BLUE

560 BLUE WIND

601 DARK OLIVE

602 FIG LEAF

606 OIL GREEN

701 DARK BROWN

901 WHEAT WHITE


PRICE ARTIKEL NO

PRODUCT

PRICE (EUR)

ARTIKEL NO

T1068700

ROC BLANC DOWN JACKET M

517,00

T1011900

T1068710

ROC BLANC DOWN JACKET W

506,00

T1014110

WHITEHORN JACKET

379,00

T1016910

LAUB JACKET W

437,00

WHITEHORN COAT W

345,00

T1076210

LAUB PANT W

T1067900

ROC NOIR DOWN SWEATER M

287,00

345,00

T1031300

WHITEHORN PANT M

230,00

T1014300

BALMACAAN JACKET M

T1067910

ROC NOIR DOWN SWEATER W

402,00

287,00

T1031310

WHITEHORN PANT W

230,00

T1014310

BALMACAAN JACKET W

T1014800

402,00

ROC BLANC JACKET M

575,00

T1015300

WHITEHORN WS JACKET M

264,00

T1017800

SCIROCCO ACTIVE JACKET M

287,00

T1031100

ROC BLANC PANT M

517,00

T1031900

WHITEHORN WS PANT M

195,00

T1017810

SCIROCCO ACTIVE JACKET W

287,00

T1014810

ROC BLANC JACKET W

575,00

T1015310

WHITEHORN WS JACKET W

264,00

T1075600

SCIROCCO ACTIVE PANT M

230,00

T1031110

ROC BLANC PANT W

517,00

T1031910

WHITEHORN WS PANT W

195,00

T1075610

SCIROCCO ACTIVE PANT W

230,00

T1013100

ROC NOIR JACKET M

517,00

T1016600

GALE ANORAK M

195,00

T1016100

SCIROCCO ZERO JACKET M

138,00

T1030800

ROC NOIR PANT M

379,00

T1016610

GALE ANORAK W

195,00

T1016110

SCIROCCO ZERO JACKET W

138,00

T1013110

ROC NOIR JACKET W

517,00

T1015900

GALE JACKET M

195,00

T1081500

FIRESIDE HOOD M

172,00

T1030810

ROC NOIR PANT W

379,00

T1015910

GALE JACKET W

195,00

T1081510

FIRESIDE HOOD W

172,00

T1017100

ROCKETTE HOOD JACKET M

345,00

T1018500

ROUTE HOOD JACKET M

184,00

T1081700

ACTIVE SWEATER

92,00

T1017110

ROCKETTE HOOD JACKET W

345,00

T1018510

ROUTE HOOD JACKET W

184,00

T1081710

ACTIVE FEMALE SWEATER

92,00

T1075700

ROCKETTE PANT M

287,00

T1085000

FOEHN VEST M

172,00

T1044200

ACTIVE HENLEY M

86,00

287,00

T1086000

FOEHN JACKET M

218,00

T1044210

ACTIVE HENLEY W

86,00

FOEHN VEST W

172,00

T1043800

CHILKOOT KNIT M

115,00 92,00

T1075710

ROCKETTE PANT W

PRICE (EUR)

ARTIKEL NO

PRODUCT

PRODUCT

PRICE (EUR)

T1011300

ACE JACKET M

172,00

T1085010

T1011310

ACE JACKET W

172,00

T1086010

FOEHN JACKET W

218,00

T1043810

CHILKOOT KNIT W

T1070400

ACE SOFTSHELL PANT M

184,00

T1088300

RUGGED JACKET M

172,00

T1043300

COSMIQUE HOOD M

103,00

T1070410

ACE SOFTSHELL PANT W

184,00

T1088310

RUGGED JACKET W

172,00

T1043310

COSMIQUE HOOD W

103,00

T1080800

CABANE JACKET M

138,00

T1083500

LODGE FLEECE JACKET

138,00

T1077800

VAULT PANTS M

149,00

T1081000

CABANE LONG PANT M

103,00

T1087200

DUGOUT FLEECE JACKET

103,00

T1077810

VAULT PANTS W

149,00

T1080900

CABANE KNEE PANT M

92,00

T1087100

DUGOUT FLEECE VEST

80,00

T1071200

UTBY PANT M

103,00

T1081800

CABANE SHORTS M

69,00

T1087210

DUGOUT FLEECE JACKET W

103,00

T1071210

UTBY PANT M

103,00

T1080810

CABANE JACKET W

138,00

T1087110

DUGOUT FLEECE VEST M

80,00

T1070600

OFF DUTY PANT M

115,00

T1081010

CABANE LONG PANT W

103,00

T1045200

WOODSHED KNIT M

103,00

T1043900

DARWIN'S L/S SHIRT M

92,00

T1080910

CABANE KNEE PANT W

92,00

T1045300

WOODSHED STRIPED KNIT M

10,00

T1044000

MOBERLY L/S CHECK SHIRT W

92,00

T1081810

CABANE SHORTS W

69,00

T1045210

WOODSHED KNIT W

10,00

T1041310

AMAZON TUNIC W

92,00

T1015510

SHIPRIDGE COAT W

402,00

T1045310

WOODSHED STRIPED KNIT W

109,00

T1041110

AMAZON SHIRT W

69,00

T1068900

COL HOOD JACKET M

195,00

T1070300

LITE TRACK TROUSER M

184,00

T1044110

MOYIE CHECK TUNIC W

92,00

T1031800

COL PANT

149,00

T1070310

LITE TRACK TROUSER W

184,00

T1041810

MOYIE CHECK SHIRT W

80,00

T1068910

COL HOOD JACKET W

195,00

T1074700

ROUTE PANT M

138,00

T1045000

DOLOMI TEE M

41,00

T1067800

COL JACKET M

184,00

T1074710

ROUTE PANT W

138,00

T1045010

DOLOMI TEE W

41,00

T1067810

COL JACKET W

184,00

T1076300

TRAPPER PANT M

184,00

T1045100

TIERRA ROCKS TEE

41,00

T1067410

COL VEST W

172,00

T1076310

TRAPPER PANT W

184,00

T1044900

MT PRISM TEE

41,00

T1067400

COL VEST M

172,00

T1070500

GRANITE PANT M

149,00

T1040900

MT LABYRINTH TEE

41,00

T1014900

GORNI JACKET M

517,00

T1070510

GRANITE PANT W

149,00

T1093200

CABANE BALACLAVA

29,00

T1031400

GORNI PANT M

460,00

T1016700

BIRCHVILLE PARKA M

379,00

T1097900

FISHERMANS HAT

34,00

T1014910

GORNI JACKET W

517,00

T1068400

CLOUDBURST WINTER PARKA M

575,00

T1098000

POM POM BEANIE

29,00

1031410

GORNI PANT W

460,00

T1068410

CLOUDBURST WINTER PARKA W

575,00

T1098400

POM POM PLAIN BEANIE

29,00

T1031200

PAMIR PANT M

517,00

T1012400

COSMIQUE JACKET M

575,00

T1094200

HELMET CAP

34,00

T1031210

PAMIR PANT W

517,00

T1031500

COSMIQUE PANT M

460,00

T1093700

POWERSTRETCH CAP

29,00

T1015400

PAC JACKET M

379,00

T1012410

COSMIQUE JACKET W

575,00

T1094500

MT LABYRINTH CAP

29,00

T1015410

PAC JACKET W

379,00

T1031510

COSMIQUE PANT W

460,00

T1093810

TIERRA CLASSIC LOGO BUFF

29,00

287,00

T1016800

ROND PADDED JACKET M

460,00

T1098200

CRIB BEANIE

29,00

ROND JACKET M

460,00

T1098300

CRIB TUBE

29,00

T1098500

BOBBLE BEANIE

46,00

T1033800

PAC PANT M

T1033810

PAC PANT W

287,00

T1016900

T1012100

WHITEHORN PADDED JACKET

460,00

T1076200

ROND PANT M

345,00

T1012110

WHITEHORN PADDED JACKET W

460,00

T1016810

LAUB PADDED JACKET W

460,00

© 2012 Tierra Products AB  Layout and production: Tierra Products AB  Photo: Fredrik Schenholm, Patrik Lindqvist. Text: Tierra Products AB, Viktor Vinterglöd, Mårten Johansson, Kristoffer Frenkel, Annelie Pompe. Print: Mix Grafiska.

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Tierra FW12 Catalog English  

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