Constructed of a fortified British Millerain Chera 8 waxed canvas exterior and internal 10k/10k waterproof membrane, the Alpine Anorak delivers traditional mountain protection through the fusion of classic garment design and first class natural materials.
The Alpine Anorak is a heavy duty pullover shell providing two-ply windproof & waterproof protection.
Exterior: British Millerain Chera 8oz heavyweight waxed cotton naturally repels snow and water.
Interior: 10k/10k waterproof and windproof membrane keeps water and wind at bay, keeping you warm and dry.
Flap protected waterproof pockets for easy access and dry storage, including pass pocket at sleeve.
Traditional hooded design and front face guard with lace closure for enhanced wind protection.
Underarm vents for instant temperature regulation.
Side split zip for easy on and off.
Reinforced panels in high wear areas: at shoulders and seat of the garment.
Backed by a lifetime warranty.
On-mountain trial: Put it to the test in the mountains for 100 days and return it with no questions asked if it does not meet your standards of quality, craftsmanship, or durability.
"as well-built and bulletproof as any techy hard shell" - Men's Journal
Best of 2016 Ski + Snowboard Guide - Grungy Gentleman
Modeled on the historic, fortified garments of similar design worn by the United States 10th Mountain Division Alpinists, this piece resonates with an authentic expression of winter performance.
Constructed of a fortified British Millerain waxed canvas exterior and internal 10k/10k waterproof membrane, the Alpine Anorak delivers traditional mountain protection through the fusion of classic garment design and first class natural materials.
The Alpine Anorak was designed to last for years, in the hopes that the piece will begin to feel like an old friend. Waxed canvas ages beautifully, becoming patinaed, textured, and relaxed, holding onto memories of ski trips past long after the snow has melted.
A veteran of the 10th, Andre trained recruits at Camp Hale, Colorado and was inducted into the Maine Skiing Hall of Fame in 2012
Alpinist Tad Cooke drove 32 hours to Telluride for a week in the backcountry to wear test the Alpine Anorak