Mountains have been drawing alpinists to their peaks since the advent of proper skiing in the 19th century. Travel up and down those mountains was often a multi-day excursion, inclusive of hiking, nordic skiing and downhill prowess.
Designed for the gentleman on tour, this form-fitting base layer piece wicks sweat and features a traditional henley collar, ideal for unbuttoning when the boot-pack or weather starts to heat things up, as well as four-way stretch panels to accommodate ski carry and additional wear and tear from a pack.
Merino yarns blended for softness and lasting durability
Fit designed for total touring comfort
Merino knit offers moisture wicking properties and optimal temperature regulation
Four-way stretch waxed cotton right shoulder and arm panels accommodates ski carry for long-lasting garment durability
Classic three button henley neckline inspired by traditional alpine sportswear
"Technical apparel that both looks good and performs during the up and the down" - Gear Patrol
These ice flows enable skiing during the summer months in certain Northern Hemisphere locations when the temperatures are warmer, the sun is higher in the sky and the feeling of endless winter abounds.
For many who have criss-crossed around the world in search of the Endless Winter, a pilgrimage to New Zealand is a rite of passage.