HOW TO DRESS FOR: HIGH-ALTITUDE TRAINING


Mountain lovers: the snow might be gone but you can still get your high. We hate to say it, but the mountains have even more to offer in the summer, with once hidden landscapes now ready to be conquered. But you can’t wear your snow gear; you need a new look to take you higher. 

How to Dress: On the Summit

Top-of-the-mountain style should be just that: you don’t have to sacrifice looking good to keep things technical. Watch the sunrise above the clouds in lightweight and sleek insulation, scramble to the summit in durable pants with a stunning silhouette, and gain some serious altitude in footwear that goes for miles and then some. Here’s our favourite gear that’s a bold as you are.

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How to Dress: On the Run

Records don’t break themselves. When you’re pushing your limits, you need to keep it fast and light. We’re thinking minimal volume clothing for ultimate breathability, footwear that’s light as air, but fierce enough to take on any terrain. Take only the essentials and move through the landscape like you own it. 

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How to Dress: On the Crag

When you’re on a knife edge 50ft up, you need gear that’s simply part of you, so you can focus on your next move. Think lightweight yet durable clothing that moves, twists and leaps with you, shoes that feel like barefoot, and equipment so good you can put your life in its hands. Discover our essential pieces to create shapes on the crag. 

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