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Montbell's Alpine Apparel Guide

2019/1/16

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When being in the outdoor friends duruing winter, you are exposed to strong cold winds and sub freezing temperatures. To survive in these harsh conditions, highly technical outdoor garments are a necessity. Here are some Montbell Alpine Selections.

Alpine Wear Line Up

Recommended use : Alpine Climbing

Recommended use : Snowshoeing and Back Country Skying

Recommended use : On-Piste Skiing

Material

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The Anti-Glisse Friction Weave is a specialized nylon fabric, a critical feature for our alpine garments. Twists in individual threads lead to a wavy micro-crimped fabric surface that helps slow a slide and limits snow adhesion to keep the user drier and warmer.

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Structure

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Utilizes highly technical waterproof/breathable fabric. Comes in handly throughout the year with layering adjustment.

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Features waterproof/breathable fabric with polyester mesh lining. Offers moderate heat retention and stress-free movement when wearing with a middle layer.

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Shell featuring insulation for excellent heat retention.
Incorporates Montbell's synthetic insulation, EXCELOFT, which won't lose its insulating properties when wet, or Thinsulate™, a thin yet warm synthetic insulation.

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Incorporates waterproof/breathable fabric as an outer fabric and a liner which utilizes Montbell's synthetic insulation, EXCELOFT, which won't lose its insulating properties when wet. The outer shell and liner can be used in combination or separately.

Features

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Wind Skirt


A Wind Skirt keeps out cold drafts and snow, and seals in body heat when the temperature drops.

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Respiration System


Respiration System minimizes fogging.

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Pit Zips


Pit Zips let in a cool breath of fresh air and are especially handy when you are carrying a pack with a waist belt.