1 lb / 454 g
29.5 in / 75 cm
Polartec® Power Stretch®
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The Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch suit is an expedition-weight base layer designed to take the rigors of alpine climbing and high-altitude mountaineering. Polartec(R) Power Stretch(R) fabric wicks moisture away and dries quickly, reducing chilly condensation buildup. Rugged overlays at seat and knees protect against the cold and wet. Gusseted crotch encourages free range of motion. 2-way front zip allows easy on/off. Watertight rear zip allows quick changes. Zippered chest pocket on the Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch suit stows small items. Closeout.
The Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Suit is an expedition weight baselayer is designed to take the rigors of alpine climbing and high altitude mountaineering. Polartec Power Stretch provides exceptional moisture management and our overlaid seat and knees protect from the cold and wet. 6-slider rear zip provides uncomplicated access. Mountain Hardwear Powerstretch Suit Features: 6-slider watertight rainbow rear-zip for quick changes Flat lock construction Gusseted crotch for mobility High moisture management Spandura-overlay on seat and knees Two-way front zipper Zip chest pocket Materials: Body: Polartec Power Stretch Weight: 454 g (1 lb)
Get the most out of your midlayer in terms of stretch and warmth with the Power Stretch Suit from Mountain Hardwear. While you're swathed in the cozy warmth of Polartec Power Stretch fleece, you can be secure in the knowledge that this suit, overlaid in the seat and knees with durable reinforcements, will last through the roughest extremes from alpine climbing to high-altitude mountaineering.
- Mountain Gear
The Mountain Hardwear Men's Power Stretch Suit eliminates cold spots between your jacket and pants, and it offers full-coverage under hardshell bibs. The seams are flat locked, so they won't chafe or dig into your shoulders under a pack. The 4-way stretch material moves with your body for ice or alpine climbing. The Polartec fleece not only insulates but it moves moisture away from your skin to the fabric's surface, so you stay dry and comfortable. Mountain Hardwear overlaid the knees and all the seams, so they'll have more give and durability. The rainbow rear zipper matches most alpine climbing pants.
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