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Higher Ground The High Alpine Kit

Above tree line, the balance between going light and going too light becomes as delicate as traversing verglased granite. We asked our alpine climbers (an opinionated bunch) to imagine, build and test pieces of clothing that they could use individually or as components of a system for climbing in high alpine zones. They had healthy, sometimes passionate arguments on plenty of details, but never on the essence of what they all wanted the new High Alpine Kit to be: a tightly integrated layering system— from baselayer to belay parka—for moving efficiently through the earth’s least forgiving environments.

Anne Gilbert Chase feels her way along the terrain in the Canadian Rockies. Mikey Schaefer


The High Alpine Ki t

“For me, alpine

climbing means taking the minimum amount of gear and giving the maximum amount of effort in a remote and burly setting— knowing that if things go wrong, you’re on your own.” ANNE GILBERT CHASE


The High Alpine Kit

Building any product is by nature a complicated

We’ve learned one good way is to let them try and convince

process. Building product for specialized use like high

each other. One may want a knit cuff while another prefers a

alpine climbing, with a team of demanding alpine climbers,

woven cuff. One may fight for a hood while another refuses it.

is even harder. How do you integrate one climber’s needs

Some like a crampon patch on their pants, while others insist

and wants with another’s—climbers so accustomed to

it only gets in the way. While debates flourish and each tries to

moving in rarefied settings with serious consequences that

sway the others, the common ground comes reliably into view—

their systems of equipment and clothing are highly dialed

and that’s where we focused the new High Alpine Kit. Shaped,

and extremely personal?

whittled and refined by the most devoted, most exacting alpine climbers in the world, it’s the product of healthy argument, for the shared goal of gaining higher ground.

“Up here, my world is reduced to the funnel of my cinched hood. My kit absolutely has to keep me dry, warm ... it has to keep me safe.”

STEVE HOUSE

Left: Josh Wharton and Steve House discuss the fine art of Scottish gear placement: Put in a hex and beat the hell out of it. Ben Nevis, Scotland. Mikey Schaefer Above: Mikey Schaefer

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The High Alpine Kit Designed for Integration

Next-to-Skin

Crosslayer Insulation

Men’s and Women’s Merino Air ® Hoody Men’s and Women’s Merino Air ® Bottoms p. 15

Men’s and Women’s Nano-Air ® Light Hoody Men’s and Women’s Nano-Air™ Light Pants p. 14

Unprecedented stretch and breathability Zip-through Reduced seams and bulk in back and shoulders for decreased Hood in each layer

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By continually rethinking and improving our High Alpine Kit,

Each piece is built to function independently but also works by

we’ve assembled an integrated layering system—from baselayer

design with every other piece in the High Alpine Kit—an efficient,

to belay parka—that’s lighter and more dynamic to enable peak

thoughtful whole, made for climbing in the most demanding

performance in unforgiving mountain environments.

high alpine conditions.

Protective Outerlayer

Belay/Bivy Kit

Men’s M10™ Anorak and Women’s M10™ Jacket Men’s and Women’s Galvanized Pants pp. 12-13

Grade VII Down Parka Hybrid Sleeping Bag pp. 8-11

+ Gear Transport

crotch

Ascensionist Pack 45L A dialed pack for efficient multiday ascents. See p. 16 for details

stress points designed to integrate

Ascent/Descent

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The High Alpine Kit // Belay + Bivy Kit

New Grade VII Down Parka Built for the harshest mountains in the world At Patagonia, to make the best

for the realities of extreme alpine

Reality Check

product (not “among the best” or

environments, and meticulously

Everything’s harder at altitude. Swinging

“the best at a particular price,” but the

executed. Its large number of fully

a tool, taking a step, working a zipper. The

best, period), it takes a deep team of

baffled and individually engineered

designers, engineers, pattern-makers,

down-filled chambers (laminated

production specialists, field testers

in critical areas) delivers precise,

and ambassadors working in tight

strategic warmth; the differentially cut

collaboration. So it was with the new

shell and liner keep the 800-fill-power

Grade VII Down Parka, brought to life

Traceable Down lofted and in place to

6,000 meters than most, offered vital help in

by many experts with a single purpose:

erase cold spots. The alpine helmet-

sculpting the Grade VII into its final form. His

to deliver the highest expression of

compatible hood and high-loft draft

input resulted in internal and external pocket

technical excellence in a parka built for

collar trap heat. Other features include

placements, glove-compatible zipper pulls

the harshest mountains of the world.

a 2-way center-front zipper, simple

with a spring pull tab, flapped pockets that

The Grade VII represents

elasticized cuffs, eight critically placed

would keep out snow even if he forgot to

everything we’ve learned in 40

pockets and a unique hem cord system

years of down construction, filtered

with inner and outer adjustability to

through visionary alpinists, refined

lock out drafts. Imported.

body feels clumsy, the brain fumbles. The price for even small mistakes increases, just when the mind’s acuity drastically decreases. Any viable high alpine system must be efficient and simple to operate. Alpinist Steve House, who spends more time above

close them, and vertical orientation of the external hand pockets so he could belay with his brake hand in a pocket.

A few Grade VII design considerations up close: 1 Vertical internal draft tubes along center-front zipper lock out drafts; the inner lining is elasticized to keep a warm, draft-free environment next to the body, while maintaining full loft in the down chambers.

4 Baffles on shoulders, arms, and front of parka are internally taped to eliminate the need for exterior stitching. This greatly improves the shell's wind and water resistance and keeps the down insulation dry.

2 Four ample internal drop-in pockets offer easy access and quick storage; they’re placed high enough to handle heavier items like water bottles.

5 Insulation comes all the way down to the elasticized cuff opening, unlike a Velcro® cuff, where the closure trims off 1½

3 Double-layer down construction on the external pockets provides maximum warmth around the entire hand; reinforced zippers on the hand pockets are easy to operate while wearing bulky mitts. 1

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Men’s Grade VII Down Parka

84845 I $899.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 675 g (23.8 oz) I available in black

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New Hybrid Sleeping Bag An “elephant’s foot” bag built to integrate with a belay parka Efficiency reigns in high alpine zones, where eliminating redundancies can shave weight and free up critical space in your pack—a fact that inspired Patagonia’s new Hybrid Sleeping Bag. From toes to torso, it’s insulated with lofty 850-fillpower Traceable Down encased in an ultralightweight Pertex Quantum® shell fabric. The bag continues above with a single layer of whisper-light, windproof Houdini fabric to create a heattrapping cocoon when paired with a belay parka. This unique “sealed” design bridges any gaps between your sleep system’s top and bottom halves, better manages tossing and turning, and adds a layer of weather protection for when your bivy goes from 10

benign to brutal. The center-front half-zip (with 2-way sliders) saves weight and, when open, frees your hands for brewing up or sorting gear. Drawcords atop the insulated portion and at the hood seal out drafts and lock in heat. At an incredible 18 oz (with stuffsack), the Hybrid Sleeping Bag pares down your load so you can go as fast and light as you need. Imported. Hybrid Sleeping Bag Regular 70070 I $299.00 I 490 g (17.3 oz) Short 70065 I $279.00 I 451 g (15.9 oz) NEW Long 70075 I $319.00 I 547 g (19.3 oz)

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The Hybrid Sleeping Bag up close: 1 Integrated System Built to pair with whatever jacket or parka you’re already carrying, the Hybrid Sleeping Bag features Houdini fabric in the upper section that transitions to a down-insulated lower section and seals any gap in-between, keeping your system integrated even when you roll over in your sleep. The Houdini fabric upper also staves off wind and light precip, and can be cinched at the hood to form a warm seal.

2 Superpackability The Hybrid Sleeping Bag’s “halfand-half” construction makes it remarkably small and light (just 18 oz) when compressed into its stuffsack, leaving more pack space for other essentials.

3 Foot Box The foot box features fully baffled, differentially cut construction (no sewn-through spots) to ensure maximum warmth in the foot area—a place infamously susceptible to cold.

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Men’s M10™ Anorak

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The High Alpine Kit // Protective Outerlayer

Women’s M10™ Jacket

Men’s Galvanized Pants

The lightest 3-layer shell we make

Stretchy, durable 3-layer pants

New M10™ Anorak and Jacket

New Galvanized Pants

Our lightest weight 3-layer waterproof/breathable shells, the M10 Anorak and Jacket represent the optimal balance of minimalist design and protection essential for cutting-edge alpine objectives. The Anorak has a deep center-front zipper for quick venting and easy on/off. Both silhouettes have a tapered, climbing-specific fit and self-stuff into their own chest pocket. Imported.

An inspired combination of performance and protection with minimalist, climbing-specific features and fit. The Galvanized Pants use a new soft, stretchy and durable 3-layer waterproof/ breathable H2No® Performance Standard poly/spandex fabric. Features two thigh pockets, a high waist (men’s have suspenders), a zip-through crotch and tapered cuffs. Imported.

The Women’s M10™ is offered as a jacket only.

NEW Men’s M10™ Anorak 84165 $379.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 198 g (7 oz)

NEW Men’s Galvanized Pants 83155 $299.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 380 g (13.4 oz)

Women’s M10™ Jacket

NEW Women’s Galvanized Pants 83170 $299.00 I XXS-L I Slim fit I 289 g (10.2 oz)

84177 $399.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 241 g (8.5 oz)

available online

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The High Alpine Kit // Crosslayer Insulation + Next-to-Skin

Men’s Nano-Air® Light Hoody

Men’s Nano-Air™ Light Pants

Revolutionary, breathable midlayers for high-output endeavors

New Nano-Air Light Hoody and Pants Extended-range midlayers for those who redline in the alpine, the Nano-Air Light Hoody and Pants are 75% more breathable, with 33% less insulation, than our regular Nano-Air styles—but with the same stretch and snow-shedding qualities. The hoody’s pareddown, single-pocket pullover design shaves weight, while stretchwoven cuffs reduce bulk and enhance durability. The pants feature a simple elasticized waistband and a zip-through crotch with 2-way head-to-head sliders for easy pit stops. Imported.

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NEW Men’s Nano-Air® Light Hoody 84280 I $249.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 309 g (10.9 oz) NEW Men’s Nano-Air™ Light Pants 84300 I $149.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 266 g (9.4 oz)

Women’s Hoody and Pants available online


Seamless baselayers with excellent warmth-toweight ratio

Merino Air ® Hoody and Bottoms Lightweight, sleek and warm, our Merino Air baselayers use a blend of soft, lofted merino wool (51%) and recycled polyester (49%), knit directly into a seamless garment with minimal waste. The result is a stretchy, chafe-free fit, exceptional breathability and the natural odorfighting properties of wool. The hoody has a high collar and selffabric hood for additional warmth. The bottoms have a comfortable wide waistband with integrated seamless elastic. Imported.

Women’s Merino Air® Hoody 36395 I $149.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 176 g (6.2 oz)

Women’s Merino Air® Bottoms 36470 I $129.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 139 g (4.9 oz) I available online

Men’s Hoody and Bottoms available online

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The High Alpine Kit // Gear Transport

A superclean climbing backpack with critical high alpine features

Ascensionist Pack 45L Dialed for efficient multiday ascents, this pack features an asymmetrical spindrift collar that opens wide and closes with a single motion. The secondary collar protects gear from ugly weather, allows serious overstuffing and holds gear secure. With a removable aluminum frame sheet that supports heavy loads but moves with you as you bend and flex, and a removable padded hip belt. Imported. 16

Ascensionist Pack 45L

Ascensionist Pack 35L

48000 I $179.00 I S/M, L/XL I 1,020 g (2 lbs 4 oz)

47995 I $149.00 I S/M, L/XL I 907 g (2 lbs)

available online Turned back by weather and lightning, Anne Gilbert Chase makes a reluctant retreat on the west ridge of Nilkantha, Garhwal region, India. Jason Thompson


Who’s Nick?

By Josh Wharton

I took a hex off the rack and pushed it far into the crack.

of white, we arrived at the base of The Secret. High in

The rime was thick, and the crack’s edges blurry. The

Number Three Gully (a steep snow couloir first climbed

hex mushed into the rime and stuck. I beat on it with my

in 1895!), an intimidating, vertical crack splits a rime-

ice axe just to be sure, then gave it a swift tug. It ripped

plastered 60-meter buttress. Due to its prominent location,

straight out. Technical winter climbing in Scotland began in the

the climb had never really been a secret at all, but the first ascent wasn’t made until 2007, owing to its ominous

mid-twentieth century, and remarkably, climbs first done

appearance and obvious difficulty. Although most people

nearly 70 years ago still command respect from modern

climb it in two pitches, linking the route into one monster

climbers. Many winter climbing tools and techniques

pitch seemed simple enough.

originated here. With such a long, rich history, Scotland has become the mecca of traditional mixed climbing, and Mikey Schaefer, Steve House and I were making our

At least from the base it did. Now, looking

pilgrimage. But it’s not simply the history that makes

at the hex in my

Scotland special; it’s the combination of horrible weather

hand, then down at

and a strong traditional climbing ethic that make Scottish

the four left on the

winter climbing unique in the world.

rack, and then up at

The weather can be brutal. It’s common in the winter to step outside into hurricane-force winds, horizontal

the wide-fist crack above, I realized I may

downpour and zero visibility. What might be a benign

have misjudged the

approach through rolling hills on a sunny day can suddenly

situation. The rime

become extreme. People tromp off to go “hill walking”

was epically thick on

through gently sloping meadows with full alpine hard

the wall. Nick was no

shells, ice axe, crampons and goggles. The three of us

longer just a guy we’d

combined didn’t have a lot of hill-walking skills—gusts

been laughing about;

routinely knocked us from our feet during approaches,

he was a full-fledged

or we’d lose our way in a snow blender of nothingness.

Scottish warrior with a war cry that was making me cower.

Ben Nevis seemed like one of the few places in the world

I decided to slow down … way down. For an hour (or was

where a map and compass could save your life in a flat

it two?), I delicately clawed upward, stabbing at Nick with

meadow. On our first day, I strongly considered roping up

my ice tools as he took swing after swing at me with his

for the approach, just to be sure I didn’t lose Mikey and the

giant white spear. Four inches of rime covered everything,

GPS app on his phone. We did finally find the crag, but the

and finding the next hold was a precarious game of scratch

fun wasn’t over.

and sniff. By the time I placed my last hex, I think I’d finally

There are two “simple” rules in Scottish winter climbing: From a distance, a cliff must appear white and

learned the fine art of Scottish gear placement: Put it in a constriction and beat the hell out of it. When I reached the

wintry to be considered “in nick” and therefore fair game,

broad plateau atop the route at last, I felt I’d climbed 600

and bolts and fixed rappel anchors are strictly banned.

meters, not 60.

Of course, what’s considered “in nick” spurs endless

The next morning, the walls high on the Ben sparkled

debate, and like most climbing ethics, the rules of play

white in the crystal blue sky, and there wasn’t a breath of

are as grey as the Scottish winter. When frost and verglas

wind. We might have raced for the crags, but we’d learned:

grow thick, conditions are considered to be at their finest,

No point in climbing when Nick was in such a good mood.

yet protection becomes difficult if not impossible, and climbing slows to a crawl. If you climb with just a whisper of snow on the cliff, things are too easy and you might incite a brawl at the local pub or, worse, an internet “flamefest” a mile long. After our blustery approach, and agreeing that “Nick” was indeed blanketing the cliff in a heavy coating

Josh Wharton lives in Estes Park, Colorado. His input was key to the evolution of the High Alpine Kit. Left: Day 1 in Scotland: Josh Wharton shakes hands with Nick on the Savage Slit. Not long after, he’ll head to Ben Nevis to discover The Secret under four inches of rime ice. Scotland. Mikey Schaefer Inset: Steve House, Josh Wharton and Nick (not shown). Ben Nevis, Scotland. Mikey Schaefer

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Men’s Waterproof Shells

Men’s Alpine Hard Shells In the mountains, burly weather protection can help you keep it

freezing rain and wet snow. The agile Triolet is our jack-of-all-things

together while everything else is falling apart. The Super Alpine

alpine featuring 3-layer GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable and

Jacket delivers with waterproof/breathable/windproof 3-layer

windproof protection. Its cousin the Piolet (built with 2-layer GORE-

GORE-TEX® Pro fabric, alpine-savvy features and a technical fit. Our

TEX® shell fabric) protects, moves and breathes, while a hanging

trusted and versatile Triolet and Piolet Jackets remain unfazed by

liner of brushed mesh wicks moisture. All styles imported.

The best protection for awful weather. Built with wind- and waterproof/ breathable GORE-TEX® Pro fabric

A feature-rich, durable alpine shell with trusted GORE-TEX® 3-layer wind- and waterproof/breathable protection

All-season 2-layer GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable/windproof protection in a smooth-layering shell

Super Alpine Jacket

Triolet Jacket

Piolet Jacket

83647 I $599.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 431 g (15.2 oz)

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83401 I $399.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 587 g (20.7 oz)

83381 I $299.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 632 g (22.3 oz)


A stretchy, breathable belay parka plus storm shell, all in one

New Stretch Nano Storm® Jacket Built to buffer the start/ stop cycle of alpine climbing in blowing, wet, cold conditions. The new Stretch Nano Storm Jacket combines a layer of stretchy, breathable 60-g FullRange® insulation (think Nano-Air ® Jacket) with a stretchy, waterproof/breathable H2No® Performance Standard shell fabric to create a belay parka plus storm shell, all in one. Imported.

NEW Stretch Nano Storm® 84330 I $449.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 581 g (20.5 oz)

Jacket

Next: Pep Fujas free falling into the heavens above Engelberg, Switzerland. Oskar Enander

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Built for searching out the untracked and unknown, SnowDrifter packs service the entire winter spectrum

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SnowDrifter 30L Sized for long days deep into the backcountry, this pack includes front and side compression straps with locking cam buckles to provide numerous carry options for skis and boards. Made from burly 420-denier 100% nylon CorduraÂŽ plain weave for punctureand abrasion-resistance, with a tough 940-denier 100% nylon Cordura Ballistic base with polyurethane coating. Imported.

SnowDrifter 30L

48195 I $169.00 S/M, L/XL I 1,106 g (2 lbs 7 oz)

20L and 40L available online


Men’s Backcountry Touring

Backcountry Touring Whether venturing just beyond the rope or nowhere near a

Touring Collection is envisioned and crafted for the specific needs of

boundary, equipment that keeps up with our objectives is essential

self-supported backcountry travel, balancing critical protection with

for striking out into the unknown. Each piece in the Backcountry

excellent breathability and total freedom of movement.

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A hybrid soft-/hard-shell kit with maximum breathability

minute missions in deep, changeable conditions

and protection for backcountry powder missions

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PowSlayer Jacket 30304 I

$699.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 610 g (21.5 oz)

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Reconnaissance Jacket 30340 I $399.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 573 g (20.2 oz)

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PowSlayer Bibs 30323 I

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Reconnaissance Pants 30350 I

$599.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 573 g (20.2 oz)

$349.00

XS-XL I Regular fit I 496 g (17.5 oz)

all styles imported

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Men’s Backcountry Touring

Wearable Equipment When does a jacket become more than a mere piece of clothing?

It’s exactly what you need and nothing more. After all, it may be

When it’s one of the only elements standing between you and,

just a jacket, but it also might be the difference between finally

well, the elements. Wearable Equipment is essential clothing.

knocking off that first descent or going home empty handed.

It needs to perform efficiently, reliably and with clear purpose.

All styles imported.

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From the rugged peaks of the rarely accessed Tantalus Range, one can see the thriving metropolis of Vancouver, B.C., in the distance. Kye Petersen focuses on a more important viewpoint. Blake Jorgenson

Ascensionist Pack 35L

see p. 16 The perfect soft-shell balance of breathability and weather protection; ideal for steep terrain, up or down

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Lightweight, waterproof, superpackable GORE-TEX® protection against the burliest weather during extended backcountry travel

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KnifeRidge Jacket

83565 I $449.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 532 g (18.8 oz)

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Refugitive Jacket

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KnifeRidge Pants

83595 I $379.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 539 g (19 oz)

4 NEW Refugitive

83615 I $499.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 425 g (15 oz)

Pants

83635 I $429.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 451 g (15.9 oz)


Men’s Snow Jackets and Pants

Built for Seeking Secret Stashes Insulated Jackets for inside the ropes

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Lightweight, efficient warmth; 2-layer GORE-TEX® fabric 1

Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket 31442 $479.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 1,111 g (39.2 oz)

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Rubicon Jacket 29437 I

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Insulated Powder Bowl Pants 31457

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Snowshot Pants 30688 I

$379.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 853 g (30.1 oz)

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Warmth, durability and all-mountain performance $299.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 1,123 g (39.6 oz)

$199.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 678 g (23.9 oz) short and long available online all styles imported

Total versatility with 2-layer H2No® Performance Standard protection 5

3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket 31674 I $399.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 1,335 g (47.1 oz) Keep your heat on frigid days; 2-layer GORE-TEX® fabric

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Primo Down Jacket 30474 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 936 g (33 oz)

$699.00


Men’s Snow Jackets and Pants

Everyday, All Day Shells for inside the ropes

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Total versatility with 2-layer H2No® Performance Standard protection 7 Snowshot

Jacket 30941 I

$299.00

XS-XXL I Regular fit I 831 g (29.3 oz)

8 Snowshot Pants 30688 I $199.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 678 g (23.9 oz) short and long available online

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Warm, low-bulk versatility; 3-layer GORE-TEX® fabric

Season-long versatility in a tailored fit; 2-layer GORE-TEX® fabric

9 Untracked Jacket 29867 I $599.00 XS‑XL I Regular fit I 726 g (25.6 oz)

11 Powder Bowl Jacket 31391 I $399.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 953 g (33.6 oz)

10 Untracked Pants 29902 I $449.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 697 g (24.6 oz)

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Bowl Pants 31487 I $299.00 XS-XXL I Regular fit I 782 g (27.6 oz) short available online

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Men’s and Women’s Synthetic Insulation

Nano-Air Insulation Dynamic, breathable warmth for start/stop activity

WHY NANO-AIR I N S U L AT I O N? A revolutionary advance in midlayer performance, Nano-Air active insulation is the incredibly breathable midlayer you can put on and leave on while you’re on the move. By combining a plainweave liner with warmwhen-wet FullRange® stretchy insulation and a weather-shedding shell with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, it handles stop/start missions from start to finish. In blasting winds, just pull on a lightweight shell to crank up the heat.

Forrest Shearer and Max Hammer mine a rich vein of California gold in the Eastern Sierra. Christian Pondella

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84270 I $199.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 252 g (8.9 oz)

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Women’s Nano-Air® Jacket 84255 I $249.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 292 g (10.3 oz)

Men’s Nano-Air® Hoody 84260 I $299.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 386 g (13.6 oz)

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Women’s Nano-Air® Hoody 84265 I $299.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 335 g (11.8 oz)

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Men’s and Women’s Synthetic Insulation

Nano Puff Insulation Superefficient, supercompressible, water-resistant, “at-rest” warmth

WHY NANO PUFF I N S U L AT I O N? Lightweight, incredibly compressible, toasty and windproof, our Nano Puff styles remain the choice of skiers, climbers and travelers the world over for versatile warmth when at rest. Primaloft ® Gold Insulation Eco (55% recycled synthetic fibers) is wrapped in a 100% recycled polyester shell fabric with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish so it glides easily into midlayer position under a shell, or sheds snow and blocks wind as light outerwear—all while maintaining 98% of its warmth even when it’s wet. Visit patagonia.com /NanoPuff to witness how this favorite has been changed ... for good.

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Men’s Nano Puff® Jacket 84212 I

$199.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 337 g (11.9 oz)

Next: After hard crimping right off the glacier, Kate Rutherford sinks her fingers into the climbing above on Pointe Adolphe Rey. Chamonix, France. Bernd Zeugswetter


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Men’s and Women’s Down Insulation

Down Insulation Lightweight, compressible and resilient, down provides deep “at-rest” warmth in cold, dry conditions

WHY DOWN I N S U L AT I O N? Down is nature’s undisputed insulating hero. Warmer, lighter and more compressible for its weight than any other insulating fiber, down remains the choice for deep warmth in the world’s coldest environments. From bivy parkas to sleeping bags, down, if properly cared for, can last for decades. When wet, down can lose its loft and insulating power, but in dry climes, down is warmth’s heavyweight.

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It’s a well-known myth that Canadians live in igloos. Why would they? You can’t see the stars with a ceiling. Tantalus Range, British Columbia. Blake Jorgenson

All Down Sweater and Ultralight Down styles use Traceable Down. Learn more at patagonia.com/traceabledown.

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1 W  omen’s Down Sweater Hoody 84711 $279.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 371 g (13.1 oz)

2 Women’s Down Sweater Vest 84628 $179.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 221 g (7.8 oz)

3 W  omen’s Down Sweater 84683 $229.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 346 g (12.2 oz)

4 M  en’s Ultralight Down Jacket 84757 $299.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 269 g (9.5 oz)

5 M en’s Ultralight Down Vest 84776 $249.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 179 g (6.3 oz)

6 M  en’s Ultralight Down Hoody 84767 $349.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 298 g (10.5 oz)

all styles imported


Men’s and Women’s Midlayer/Baselayer

Regulate with Comfort Missions in the mountains can be frigid, but the exertion that

comfortable in the mountains, especially when those layers

gets us to the top can often make the body hot. How to battle the

employ Polartec® fleece. From breathable baselayer to versatile

constant push-and-pull nature of getting after it? You’ve heard

midlayers, what lies under the hood works harder so you can

it time and time again: Layers build the foundation for staying

work smarter. All styles imported.

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R1®: Core Warmth

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R2®: Extended Comfort

1 Men’s Pullover 40109 $129.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 337 g (11.9 oz)

3 Men’s Jacket 25138 $169.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 405 g (14.3 oz)

2 Women’s Full-Zip Jacket 40138 I $159.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 318 g (11.2 oz)

4 Women’s Jacket 25148 $169.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 332 g (11.7 oz)

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REVERSIBLE HIGH-PILE FABRIC with clean construction insulates like a wood stove

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5

R3®: Reversible High-Loft 5

Women’s Hoody 25708 $199.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 428 g (15.1 oz)

6

Men’s Hoody 25772 $199.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 510 g (18 oz)

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Men’s and Women’s Baselayer

Base Instincts Capilene® Midweight: Most Versatile

2

1

3

Capilene® Thermal Weight: Warmest

4

6

5

Capilene® Midweight 1 M  en’s Crew 44425 I $59.00 XS-XXL I Slim fit I 190 g (6.7 oz)

2 W  omen’s Crew 44435 I $59.00 XXS-XL I Slim fit I 153 g (5.4 oz)

3 Women’s Bottoms 44490 I $59.00 XXS-XL I Slim fit I 176 g (6.2 oz)

5 W  omen’s Zip-Neck 43662 I $99.00 XXS-XL I Slim fit I 139 g (4.9 oz)

6 M  en’s Boot-Length Bottoms 43680 $85.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 122 g (4.3 oz)

Capilene® Thermal Weight 4 M  en’s Crew 43647 I $89.00 XS-XXL I Slim fit I 147 g (5.2 oz)

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In California’s Owens Valley, most alpine missions begin in the desert. Forrest Shearer and Max Hammer get dusty in the hopes of getting powdery. Christian Pondella


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For decades, skiers, riders, alpinists, conservationists, and First Nations have fought a large-scale ski resort deep

A FILM BY SWEETGRASS PRODUCTIONS

in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia. After 24 years of opposition, what more will it take to keep Jumbo wild for good?

Jumbo Wild Learn more. Watch the film. Get involved. patagonia.com/jumbowild

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The Fight Continues In October 2015, Patagonia teamed up with Sweetgrass Productions and British Columbia conservation group Wildsight to deliver the Jumbo Wild story to the big screen. For nearly 25 years, local people–First Nations, conservationists, backcountry skiers and snowboarders–have fought a large-scale ski resort in the Jumbo Valley, a place that is sacred to the Ktunaxa people and a critical Grizzly bear corridor. The full-length film has since been viewed by thousands of people and has activated a new generation of activists in the snow industry. As a result of the international attention garnered by the film, a petition of over 50,000 signatures has been collected and will be delivered to the B.C. legislature calling for the permanent protection of Jumbo. In light of recent failed attempts by developers and the increased international pressure against developing the Jumbo Valley, Wildsight, the Ktunaxa First Nation, and other partners see a window of opportunity to secure permanent protection for the Jumbo Valley. Become a part of The New Localism. Visit patagonia.com/JumboWild.

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Women’s Waterproof Shells

Women’s Alpine Hard Shells In the mountains, going big often means packing small. Each

insulation. Our trusted and versatile Triolet and Piolet Jackets

piece you bring must be light, versatile and reliable, freeing you

remain unfazed by freezing rain and wet snow. The agile, do-it-all

up to focus on climbing, not clothing. Our new Stretch Nano

Triolet features a waterproof/breathable membrane bonded

Storm® Jacket

between a robust inner lining and a durable polyester outer shell.

staves off weather with its waterproof/breathable/

windproof H2No® Performance Standard shell, while keeping

The waterproof/breathable/windproof Piolet protects, moves and

you toasty with a layer of 60-g FullRange® stretchy, breathable

breathes, while a hanging liner of brushed mesh wicks moisture.

At some point, you gotta leave the cave. Majka Burhardt conjures up her psych and gets to work on The Sorcerer. Ghost River, Ontario, Canada. Jason Thompson

A warm, stretchy, breathable belay parka plus H2No® Performance Standard storm shell, all in one

A feature-rich, durable alpine shell with trusted GORE-TEX® 3-layer wind- and waterproof/breathable protection

All-season 2-layer GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable/windproof protection in a smooth-layering shell

NEW Stretch Nano Storm® Jacket 84340 $449.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 516 g (18.2 oz)

Triolet Jacket 83406 I

Piolet Jacket 83386 I

$399.00 I XS-XL I

Regular fit I 519 g (18.3 oz)

all styles imported

$299.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 527 g (18.6 oz)

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Women’s Backcountry Touring

Backcountry Touring Whether venturing just beyond the rope or nowhere near a

Touring Collection is envisioned and crafted for the specific needs

boundary, equipment that keeps up with our objectives is essential

of self-supported backcountry travel, balancing critical protection

for striking out into the unknown. Each piece in the Backcountry

with excellent breathability and total freedom of movement.

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3

4

2

Caroline Gleich steadily stepping farther into the Alta backcountry, Utah. Jay Beyer

The perfect soft-shell balance of breathability and weather protection; ideal for steep terrain, up or down

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1

KnifeRidge Jacket 83570 I

2

KnifeRidge Pants 83600 I

Lightweight, waterproof, superpackable GORE-TEXÂŽ protection against the burliest weather during extended backcountry travel

$449.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 524 g (18.5 oz) $379.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 496 g (17.5 oz)

3

Refugitive Jacket 83620 I

4 NEW

all styles imported

$499.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 374 g (13.2 oz)

Refugitive Pants 83640 I

$429.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 420 g (14.8 oz)


Women’s Backcountry Touring

Wearable Equipment

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4 1

6

Skin up. Shred down. Repeat until the sun sets or the legs give out. Marie-France Roy explores the Tordrillo Mountains of Alaska. Jay Beyer

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W H AT D O E S YO U R K I T LO O K L I K E ? 1

Nano-Air® Jacket

2

Powder Town Beanie

3

Ultra Lightweight Snow Socks

4

SnowDrifter 40L

84255 I $249.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 292 g (10.3 oz) 29187 I $39.00 50075 I $25.00 I S-XL

48200 I $199.00 I S/M, L/XL I 1,814 g (4 lbs)

5

PowSlayer Bibs

6

Merino Lightweight Crew

7

Merino Midweight Bottoms

8

PowSlayer Jacket

all styles imported

30330 I $599.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 473 g (16.7 oz) 36367 I $79.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 122 g (4.3 oz) 36772 I $99.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 190 g (6.7 oz)

30312 I $699.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 521 g (18.4 oz) 49


Women’s Insulated Snow Shells

Put Your Season Pass to the Test

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Getting after it in-bounds is more complex than just riding

to sweaty steps taken while punching in the bootpack,

the lift to the goods. It takes strategy, drive and local

frontcountry skiing delivers its own unique challenges and

knowledge to exploit a mountain to its full potential. It also

rewards. This is the equipment that will get the most out of

takes gear that doesn’t let up. From bitter chairlift winds

your season pass. All styles imported.

Built for all-mountain performance on the coldest days, combining warmth and durability

Refreshed with an attached hood and a lighter-weight insulation package with H2No® protection

Updated design lines, a lighter-weight insulation, and an articulated fit for freedom of movement with H2No® protection

Rubicon Jacket 29462 $299.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 948 g (33.4 oz)

Insulated Snowbelle Jacket 31109

Insulated Snowbelle Pants 31129

$299.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 882 g (31.1 oz)

$199.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 621 g (21.9 oz) short and long available online


Versatile multi-tool that can be worn as a shell, light insulation or as a waterproof, insulated jacket

3-in-1 Snowbelle Jacket This versatile 3-in-1 jacket can be worn as a waterproof/ breathable shell, stand-alone 60-g ThermogreenÂŽ synthetic lightweight insulation layer, or together as a warm combo for cold-weather riding. The durable H2NoÂŽ Performance Standard 2-layer, 100% polyester shell has a waterproof/ breathable barrier for storm protection and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to slough off moisture and wet snow. Imported.

3-in-1 Snowbelle Jacket 31679 I $399.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 1,154 g (40.7 oz)

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Women’s Snow Shells

For the Daily Pursuit of Deep

5

1 3

2 6

A refined fit, GORE-TEX® fabric and 100% Traceable Down keep you warm and waterproof in the harshest elements

1

5

Primo Down Jacket 30479 I

2

Hestra® Heli Ski Gloves O2106 I

6

XS-XL I Formfitting I 340 g (12 oz) 52

Updated with a refined silhouette, these 3-layer GORE-TEX® low-bulk pants are built for comfort and protection

$699.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 802 g (28.3 oz) $130.00

4

Untracked Pants 29911 I

$449.00 XS-XL I Regular fit I 581 g (20.5 oz)

SnowDrifter 20L 48190 I

$129.00

952 g (33.6 oz) all styles imported

Leah Evans playing up her hometown advantage in the Revelstoke Mountain Resort backcountry. British Columbia. Mattias Fredriksson

Built for season-long comfort and lightweight, efficient warmth with 2-layer GORE-TEX® fabric

3

Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket 31447 $479.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 967 g (34.1 oz)

4

Insulated Powder Bowl Pants 31476 $379.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 757 g (26.7 oz)


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Women’s Sportswear

In-Between the Peaks

4 6 1

2

5

7

3

1 NEW

Windsweep 3-in-1 Jacket

2 NEW

Featherstone Tunic

3

Centered Tights

4

Brodeo Beanie

5

Beatrice Beanie

6 Hestra® 7

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28095 I $379.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

59075 I $89.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

21960 I $79.00 I XS-XL I Formfitting

29206 I $35.00 28902 I $39.00

Rachel Gloves

O2110 I $110.00 I 6-8

Black Hole™ Wheeled Duffel 45L

49376 I $299.00 I 3,175 g (7 lbs)


Women’s Sportswear

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9

12

10

13 11 14

8 NEW 9

Lined Knit Headband

Bivy Hooded Vest

10 NEW 11

28760 I $35.00

12

53875 I $79.00 I 0-14/even I Regular fit

Straight Jeans 55100 I $99.00 24-32/even + 25, 27, 29, 31 I Regular fit short and long available online

25281 I $149.00

XS-XL I Regular fit

27746 I $179.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Heywood Flannel Shirt

Cotton Quilt Snap-TÂŽ Pullover

13 NEW Moonlighters XS-XL I Regular fit 14

Midweight Hoody

39460 I $79.00

Corduroy Pants

55060 I $89.00 24-32/even + 25, 27, 29, 31 I Regular fit short and long available online

all styles imported

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Women’s Sportswear

Easy on the Eyes. Easy on the Earth.

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2

3

4

1 Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip 25617 I $99.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit

2 L os Gatos Hooded Vest 25221 I $119.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

3 Re-Tool

4 Lightweight

Snap-T® Pullover

25442 I $119.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit

Synchilla® Snap-T® Pullover 25455 I

$99.00

XXS-XL I Regular fit all styles imported

After a day of stoking the internal fire in the Selkirk Mountains, Annie Studer gets a real one started at the Fairy Meadows Hut, British Columbia. Ken Etzel

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all styles imported

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5

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Put a Lid on It 1 NEW

Glade Beanie

28885 I $29.00 I 88 g (3.1 oz)

2

Powder Town Beanie

3

Women’s Beatrice Beanie

4

Slopestyle Beanie

5

Women’s Pom Beanie

6 NEW

Lined Beanie

29187 I $39.00 I 173 g (6.1 oz) 28902 I $39.00 I 96 g (3.4 oz)

28971 I $29.00 I 79 g (2.8 oz) 28976 I $39.00 I 94 g (3.3 oz)

7 Brodeo

Beanie

29206 I $35.00 I 82 g (2.9 oz)

8 NEW

Women’s Cable Beanie

9 NEW

Beanie Hat

28995 I $39.00 I 94 g (3.3 oz)

28860 I $39.00 I 74 g (2.6 oz)

10

Ear Flap Hat

11

Fisherman’s Rolled Beanie

29136 I $49.00 I 133 g (4.7 oz) 29105 I $29.00 I 102 g (3.6 oz)

28765 I $45.00 I 94 g (3.3 oz) all styles imported

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Left: Mandatory viewing. Anne Gilbert Chase takes in the beauty of India’s stunning Nilkantha during a much-needed acclimation rest. Jason Thompson Above: Forrest Shearer and Andrew Burr get a little too close for comfort on the corduroy, resulting in two fractures to the orbital and 55 stitches for the photographer, plus one great photo for the rest of us. Andrew Burr

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Men’s Sportswear

Casually Rugged

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5

4

6

7

1

Reversible Bivy Down Vest

2 NEW 3

Straight Fit Jeans

4

Powder Town Beanie

5

Fisherman’s Rolled Beanie

7

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Long-Sleeved Lightweight Fjord Flannel Shirt

3

6 NEW

27587 I $189.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit

29187 I $39.00 29105 I $29.00

Line Logo Midweight Hoody

Arbor Duffel 30L

54020 I $79.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit

56005 I $99.00 I 28-40/even + 31, 33, 35 I Slim fit

39456 I $79.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

49250 I $79.00 I 623 g (1 lb 6 oz)


Men’s Sportswear

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12

14

10

11

8 NEW 9

Firstlighters Badge LoPro Trucker Hat

Hi-Loft Down Hoody D®

Shirt

13

38134 I $29.00

84902 I $279.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

10 NEW

Micro

11 NEW

Cotton Gi III Pants

52490 I $99.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit 55315 I $89.00 I XXS-XXL I Slim fit

12

Insulated Fjord Flannel Jacket

27640 I $169.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

13

Fitz Roy Banner Cotton T-Shirt

38801 I $35.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

14

Straight Fit All-Wear Jeans

56095 I $79.00

28-40/even + 31, 33, 35 I Slim fit short and long available online

all styles imported

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Men’s Sportswear

A Better Fleece

1

Lightweight Synchilla® Snap-T® Pullover 25580 I $99.00 I XXS-XXL

Performance Better Sweater® Jacket 25955 I $149.00 I XXS-XXL I Slim fit

2 NEW

Regular fit

all styles imported

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3

2

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3

Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip $99.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

25522


Men’s Sportswear

5

4

4

Better Sweater® Vest

25881 $99.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

5

Classic Retro-X® Vest

23048 $149.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit

6

7

6 NEW Shearling Fleece Pullover 23040 $149.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit 7

Synchilla® Snap-T® Pullover

25450

$119.00 I XXS-XXL I Relaxed fit

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Black Hole Packs and Bags

Deep in “Do” It might be the most overlooked piece of gear in the garage, but

gear that gets all the limelight: shells, crampons, sunglasses,

the simple duffel bag is the first step towards getting happily

guidebooks and ski boots. The Black Hole will swallow it all. So

into adventure in a hurry. From quick and dirty roadtrips to that

open up, stuff it full, and confidently step into the great unknown.

expedition you’ve been planning for a decade, the Black Hole™ Duffels, Packs and Cubes are low-key containers for the rockstar

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9 4

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1

Black Hole™ Pack 25L

2

Black Hole™ Duffel 60L

Black Hole™ Cube - Medium

49341 I $129.00 I 1,106 g (2 lbs 7 oz)

7 NEW

Black Hole™ Cube - Large

49346 I $149.00 I 1,417 g (3 lbs 2 oz)

8

Black Hole™ Wheeled Duffel 120L

9

Black Hole™ Wheeled Duffel 45L

Black

4

Black Hole™ Mini Messenger 12L

Duffel 90L

Black Hole™ Cube - Small

all styles imported

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6 NEW

49296 I $129.00 I 680 g (1 lb 8 oz)

3

5 NEW

Hole™

5, 6, 7

49321 I $89.00 I 624 g (1 lb 6 oz)

49365 I $39.00 I 198 g (7 oz)

49370 I $49.00 I 247 g (8.7 oz) 49386 I $349.00 I 3,912 g (8 lbs 10 oz) 49376 I $299.00 I 3,175 g (7 lbs)

49360 I $29.00 I 122 g (4.3 oz) Alex Yoder loads up the gear—the only lift before an hour-long hike to Temple Basin, New Zealand. The walk would be well worth it, with a week of empty nutcracker lifts and bluebird powder. Colin Wiseman


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Nano-Air® Hoody, Vest and Jacket

1

2

1

Women’s Nano-Air® Hoody

2

Women’s Nano-Air® Vest

3

Men’s Nano-Air® Jacket

3

84265 I $299.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 335 g (11.8 oz)

84275 I $199.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 193 g (6.8 oz)

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