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  • Mountain Equipment K7 Down Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment K7 Down Jacket
    When it comes to unprecedented warmth in harsh conditions, the Mountain Equipment Men's K7 Down Jacket is your key to success on alpine ascents or Arctic explorations in frigid temperatures. Mountain Equipment stuffed this jacket with some of the lightest, loftiest, and softest 800-fill down available, and the jacket's box wall baffle construction eliminates cold spots. The Drilite Loft shell is durable despite its lightweight appeal, and it's completely windproof and highly water-resistant to protect you against whatever weather you might climb in. The K7 also features a helmet-compatible hood with an elasticized lining which is designed to hug your head for a snug fit. Not to mention, you can cinch it tightly with a helmet on or not. Hook-and-loop cuffs prevent necessary warmth from escaping, and the hem has a dual-tether drawcord for better adjustability.
  • Mountain Equipment Vega Down Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Vega Down Jacket
    It's difficult to observe the snow's granulation when you're freezing on the ski tour, so pull the Mountain Equipment Men's Vega Down Jacket and stay warm while you check for avalanche danger before you start skiing. Ideal for fast-and-light winter sports, the Vega's 800-fill down insulation has a high loft-to-weight ratio, meaning it will pack better than most, won't weigh you down, and warm you up in frigid conditions. Mountain Equipment crafted this puff out of a Drilite Loft shell that's completely windproof and water-resistant for backcountry-worthy protection from weather.
  • Mountain Equipment Redline Mitten
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    Mountain Equipment Redline Mitten
    Mountain Equipment's warmest mitt for expeditions above 7000 meters, the Redline Mitt is equipped with everything to keep your hands comfortable in the coldest corners of the globe. Totally windproof and highly water-resistant, the Drilite Loft outer shell protects you from some of the nastier elements you'll encounter on high, while the Pittards Armortan Goatskin leather palm grips poles, ice axes, and shovels with ease and security. A combo of 750-fill goose down and PrimaLoft Gold insulation throughout acts as a personal space heater for your hands in sub-zero temps. The fiber pile lining stays warm even after you've been digging around in the snow for too long, and a single-handed drawcord closure cinches down to block out any further snow from sneaking in.
  • Mountain Equipment G2 Alpine Glove
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    Mountain Equipment G2 Alpine Glove
    G2 Alpine Glove
  • Mountain Equipment Narwhal Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Narwhal Jacket
    Much like the mythical, oceanic unicorn its named after, the Mountain Equipment Men's Narwhal Jacket offers protection that was once regarded to exist only in legends, but is now available to you in the form of a versatile hard shell. Designed to endure some of Mother Nature's most tenacious storms, the Narwhal features a 3-layer Drilite fabric, which is not only fully waterproof but incredibly breathable, while the fully taped seams further safeguard your core warmth and baselayers. However, should the temperatures begin to rise, the Narwhal is equipped with zippered underarm ventilation that provides on-the-go temperature regulation, so you're able to dump excessive heat without having to shed layers. The fully adjustable hem, hood, and cuffs offer a personalized look, and the alpine fit boasts an articulated shape to assure unimpeded mobility, no matter what your adventure entails.
  • Mountain Equipment Fitzroy Insulated Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Fitzroy Insulated Jacket
    Whether you're looking for a belay jacket for the hardest ice and mixed roots or for a overlayer for winter walking and mountaineering, the Mountain Equipment Men's Fitzroy Insulated Jacket offers reliable protection on the mountain. Constructed with a DriLite Loft II membrane, this jacket offers windproof and highly water-resistant protection. Hydrophobic PrimaLoft Gold insulation provides lightweight warmth in both wet and dry conditions. The Fitzroy is designed and sized to be thrown over all your other layers in the worst conditions. Pull the hood over your helmet for an extra layer of protection against wind and snow. Adjustable cuffs and a dual tether hem provides a personalized fit that seals out colds. Chunky molded zips are easy to use, even with gloves, and keep working through icy conditions. A revised mountain fit ensures freedom of movement and can be worn on its own or as an overlayer for serious winter use.
  • Mountain Equipment Rupal Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Rupal Jacket
    With a name like the Mountain Equipment Men's Rupal Jacket, it's no surprise that this hard shell is designed to endure varied terrain and demanding conditions alike. Touting a versatile construction, the Rupal is designed to conquer all of the mountain alongside you--without prohibiting movement. More specifically, the Rupal boasts a waterproof, breathable 3-layer Gore-Tex exterior, while the slim fit features an articulated design that assures unobstructed mobility as you climb, trek, or scramble. However, should you begin to heat up, the zippered underarm ventilation provides on-the-go temperature regulation, and the front zipper boasts a two-way duality, so you don't have to forgo important protection in order to acquire a comfortable temperature. Additionally, the cuffs, hood, and hem are fully adjustable for a personalized, and secure fit.
  • Mountain Equipment Tupilak Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Tupilak Jacket
    The last thing you want to wonder is if your clothes can handle the alpine's unpredictable weather while climbing. Designed for alpine pursuits, this jacket features the highly technical Gore-Tex Pro fabric, which is not only waterproof but breathable as well, and features fully taped seams that bolster your defense against precipitation. However, should the temperatures begin to warm up, the zippered underarm ventilation combined with the two-way front zipper enable on-the-go body temperature regulation, which means you don't have to remove layers and compromise protection in favor of staying comfortable. Additionally, the Tupilak boasts a slim fit and articulated construction that assures unobstructed mobility, and the adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs provide a personalized fit and protection.
  • Mountain Equipment Dewline Down Vest
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    Mountain Equipment Dewline Down Vest
    Cut through the high-elevation morning chill with the Mountain Equipment Men's Dewline Down Vest. It's an ideal layer for lightweight backpackers and mountaineers who need serious core warmth and a tiny pack size. The lightweight and ultra-compressible Helium 30 outer shell resists wind, water, and heat loss, while the high-loft down insulation traps heat for superior warmth. A stitched-through baffle construction throughout the vest keeps down where it should be for reliable insulation. An inner mesh pocket acts as a stuff sack when things start to heat up in the afternoon.
  • Mountain Equipment Mission Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Mission Jacket
    When you're dead set on dawn patrolling before the work bell tolls, reach for the Mountain Equipment Men's Mission Jacket to provide steadfast protection as you truck up the skin track. Designed specifically for fast-and-quick, wintry pursuits, the Mission Jacket features a stretchy and tough Exolite 275 softshell fabric that's not only pliable, but highly breathable, making it ideal for adventures such as backcountry touring. Additionally, the Mission boasts an articulated constructions that offers unimpeded mobility, which is awfully convenient when you're post-holing or attempting to navigate your ascent quickly. And should you begin to warm up (something that most likely occurs to any and everyone who is conducting an aerobic activity), the zippered underarm ventilation system offers on-the-go temperature regulation, so you never have to stop to take off your jacket. Not to mention, the hood, hem, and cuffs are all fully adjustable to provide a personalized and fine-tuned fit.
  • Mountain Equipment Hope Short
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    Mountain Equipment Hope Short
    Beat the heat when you're climbing windless, sun-baked crags with the Mountain Equipment Men's Hope Short. Its durable stretch fabric and climbing-oriented fit offer the ideal mix of mobility, toughness, and comfort for all your summer adventures.
  • Mountain Equipment Dewline Down Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Dewline Down Jacket
    When you need the warmth of a heavy down jacket and the packability of a lighter insulator but don't want the extra bulk of a hood, pull out the Dewline Men's Down Jacket from Mountain Equipment. It walks a fine line between heavier down jackets and lighter layering pieces, so you can wear it alone or under a shell as conditions warrant, and packs enough water-resistant 700-fill down to keep you comfortable on moderately cold afternoons or murderously frigid mornings. The down is held in place by the Helium 30 fabric, which is lightweight but supremely durable, and by the stitch-through construction, which prevents the feathers from migrating and leaving you with cold spots. The Dewline's Lycra-bound cuffs and adjustable hem seal in heat and lock out drafts, and the whole package stuffs conveniently into the inner pocket for easy transport and storage.
  • Mountain Equipment Hope Pant
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    Mountain Equipment Hope Pant
    The Mountain Equipment Men's Hope Pant is a tough, practical climbing pant that excels on gritstone test pieces, granite big walls, and crumbling sea cliffs alike. Its hard=wearing stretch fabric and climbing-oriented fit make ideal for almost any style of climbing.
  • Mountain Equipment Comici Pant
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    Mountain Equipment Comici Pant
    Long approaches, committing cruxes, and brushy exits are all in a day's work for Mountain Equipment's Comici Men's Pants. Their stretch softshell fabric is wind- and water-resistant, and is durable enough to deal with everything from bushwhacks through thick stands of oak to long shimmies up granite slabs. An active fit reduces bulk, while the slim-fitting ankles allow you to see exactly where you're placing your feet during those spicy class 3 scrambles.
  • Mountain Equipment Odyssey Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Odyssey Jacket
    An ultralight rain jacket that weighs next to nothing is great when the chance of rain is minimal, but when prolonged exposure to storms that can last most of the day is a threat, then the full-featured Mountain Equipment Men's Odyssey Jacket is the way to go. A burly three-layer Drilite waterproof and breathable shell, fully sealed seams, and adjustable Mountain Hood offers protection from pounding rain, and the robust 40-denier nylon face works to resist wear. These combine to make this jacket great for week-long backpacking trips in wet climates and adventurous day hikes where contact with brush and rock is to be expected. Although durable, the Odyssey is still a lightweight shell with a weight of just 13. 5oz, so it won't add too much weight to your pack during those gear-intensive trips where space and weight can be limited. In terms of features, the Odyssey has two zippered hand pockets, adjustable hems, and zippered underarm vents.
  • Mountain Equipment Dewline Hooded Down Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Dewline Hooded Down Jacket
    That pre-dawn parking-lot gathering is scientifically proven to be the coldest place on Earth, barely beating out the first five minutes on the skin track and the initial pitch of January ice, and it's for these environments that Mountain Equipment designed the Dewline Men's Hooded Down Jacket. It walks a fine line between heavier down jackets and lighter layering pieces, so you can wear it alone or under a shell as conditions warrant, and packs enough water-resistant 700-fill down to keep you comfortable on moderately cold afternoons or murderously frigid mornings. The down is held in place by the Helium 30 fabric, which is lightweight but supremely durable, and by the stitch-through construction, which prevents the feathers from migrating and leaving you with cold spots. The Dewline's Lycra-bound cuffs, hood, and adjustable hem seal in heat and lock out drafts, and the whole package stuffs conveniently into the inner pocket for easy transport and storage.
  • Mountain Equipment Comici Short
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    Mountain Equipment Comici Short
    The Mountain Equipment Men's Comici Short is a lightweight softshell perfect for summer climbing and hiking. Its Exolite 125 softshell fabric pairs an abrasion-resistant exterior with a four-way stretch interior for an ideal balance between protection and performance. Mountain Equipment added a DWR treatment to shed rainfall and designed it with a slimming active fit that ensures full mobility on trails and climbs.
  • Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Pant
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    Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Pant
    Treat your lower body with the Mountain Equipment Men's Lightline Down Pant when you need recover at basecamp or are taking on the remaining ascent. Mountain Equipment stuffed this pant with lofty 675-fill down insulation to warm your legs up in frigid temperatures, and the stitched baffle construction keeps the down in place in order to maximize your warmth throughout your lower body. Its Drilite Loft shell is totally windproof and highly water-resistant, and the fabric is also lightweight and compressible so you don't have to sacrifice space for warmth when you travel. An active fit pulls the Lightline close to your waist and legs in order to reduce bulk under an outer layer, and articulated knees provide exceptional freedom of movement when you climb. Full-length side zippers help you put this pant on even when you have boots on. Wear it with the suspenders, or take them off and rely on the elasticized waist to keep your pants on. Mountain Equipment reinforced the seat, knees, and inner cuffs to keep this pant durable for multiple seasons.
  • Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Jacket
    Designed to meet the needs of mountaineers who routinely spend time in harsh alpine environments, the Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Jacket is designed to shield you from the cold when staying warm isn't just preferable, but essential. The windproof and water-resistant DryLite outer shell is packed full of 675-fill down, stitched in horizontal baffles to ensure that the insulation stays where you need it most. The down itself is an incredibly warm 90% down/10% feather mixture, which is the warmest down/feather ratio generally commercially available. Mountain Equipment gave the Lightline a fully-adjustable zip-off hood so you can trim weight if you need to, and used stitched-through construction to ensure that it isn't carrying any extra bulk that can be a hassle on serious alpine expeditions. An insulated baffle sits behind the zipper to prevent drafts and heat loss, and the zippered hand pockets are covered by insulated flaps for the same reason.
  • Mountain Equipment Integrity Zip-Neck Hooded Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Integrity Zip-Neck Hooded Jacket
    When you need to squeeze your trail run in before work, when it's still dark and there's frost on the ground, turn to the Mountain Equipment Men's Integrity Zip-Neck Hooded Jacket. Crafted from a stretch Delta fabric, this jacket wicks moisture, resists abrasion, and provides low bulk to meet all the demands of the trail, while keeping you comfortably warm. Flatlock seams throughout provide next to skin softness, and the relaxed fit hood allows extra protection if the weather takes a turn when you're far from home.
  • Mountain Equipment Kinesis Insulated Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Kinesis Insulated Jacket
    Lightweight, windproof, and lightly insulated, the Mountain Equipment Men's Kinesis Insulated Jacket is designed for demanding alpine routes. Since the weather is almost certain to change as you make your way up big walls, pack the Kinesis into the hand pocket and attach it to your harness with the carabiner carry loop while adding only 11. 5 ounces to your rack. Mountain Equipment's Helium 30 fabric weighs next to nothing and is completely windproof, and with breathable Polartec Alpha insulation in the body, you can even wear it on the approach without sweating out your baselayers. A moisture-wicking micro-grid lining in the sleeves and hood keeps you dry when you wear it on the wall, and elasticized cuffs and drawcord adjustable hem seals in heat once you top out on the cold and windy summit.
  • Mountain Equipment Citadel Insulated Jacket
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    Mountain Equipment Citadel Insulated Jacket
    The Men's Citadel Insulated Jacket is Mountain Equipment's warmest jacket for belayers, alpinists, and climbers. PrimaLoft Gold is considered the benchmark in performance out of all synthetic insulations, with a high warmth-to-weight ratio, superior softness, compact packability, and comfortable breathability. Mountain Equipment wrapped up this innovative insulation with a DriLite Loft shell for durable water-resistance and complete windproof protection. Mountain Equipment's EXL system pulls the Citadel's back and hood close to your body in order to retain more heat. A mountain fit gives the Citadel plenty of room for layers and mobility. This jacket also features a 3-way adjustable helmet-compatible hood with a wired visor that stays out of eyesight during belays, and hook-and-loop cuffs keep cold drafts out of the sleeves.
  • Mountain Equipment Pinnacle Mitten
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    Mountain Equipment Pinnacle Mitten
    Mountain Equipment's Pinnacle Mitten is the perfect choice for backcountry skiing and freezing belay ledges. Gore-Tex gives this glove guaranteed waterproof breathable protection while PrimaLoft insulation ensures thermal warmth. ExoLite softshell fabric keeps the Pinnacle stretchy for mobility, and the pile lining feels soft against your skin. Pittards Armortan leather covers the palm and back of hand for grip and durability, and Mountain Equipment reinforced the leather with Kevlar stitching for longevity. The Pinnacle also features a pre-curved hand construction for enhanced dexterity, an extended gauntlet for extra coverage, and a single-handed drawcord for simple security.
  • Mountain Equipment Trail DLE Gaiter
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    Mountain Equipment Trail DLE Gaiter
    The Mountain Equipment Trail DLE Gaiter is made with a waterproof Drilite three-layer shell and is reinforced with a 500-denier nylon material to protect it from abrasive boots, ice, and crampons. It fits close around the ankle to minimize bulk and is secured through a hook and loop front, leather strap, and adjustable drawcord.
  • Mountain Equipment Randonee Mitten
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    Mountain Equipment Randonee Mitten
    The Mountain Equipment Randonee Mitten is made with weather-resistant Schoeller softshell, which is highly breathable and stretchy. A water-resistant finish keeps moisture at bay, while a hook-and-loop cuff makes sure your mittens secure, so your hands don't freeze solid when you're moving fast through cold winter environments.
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