Himalayan One-Piece Suit - Men's by The North Face
If your next adventure involves the high peaks of the Himalayas, Andes, or any other butt-kicking range, arm yourself with The North Face Himalayan One-Piece Suit. Insulated and weather-defying, this suit's Pertex Endurance ripstop and abrasion-resistant DryVent (2-layer) constructions not only endure heavy-duty use and abuse, but also provide waterproof, breathable protection in the worst alpine conditions. The Himalayan's also filled with lofty and compressible 800-fill goose down in the upper body, and 700-fill in the lower body, as well as Primaloft Gold insulation in the lower leg where the gaiters compress the suit. The fully welded baffle design evenly distributes the downy insulation to eliminate cold spots and provide all-encompassing warmth. There are full-leg zips that finish at a horseshoe drop seat for ultra convenience, and an extra-long two-way double zip front makes interior access, dressing, and undressing a cinch. A full-length draft tube prevents heat-sapping gusts from sneaking in, and a thick draft collar around neck and shoulders retains warmth and keeps the cold out. The expedition fit is cut loose for roomy comfort, mobility, and layering ease. An internal suspender system keeps the suit in place if you want to shed the upper half without removing the whole suit. Two generously-sized chest drop pockets secure and protect your alpine essentials. And to keep your pack in place, there are tough and grippy zones on shoulders and hips. Not to mention, for low-light starts or stormy, vicious weather, there's abundant reflective strips that ensure added visibility. Convenience, safety, and protection never felt so good.
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