We developed them for Michael Versteeg when he was running the Colorado Trail.
So, all developed here, this is our fabric. A special version of our woven fabric. And this is weaved with Cordura, it is super light and silky.
These are prototypes that were developed and made here at the office. This one you can wear for a day, or a couple of hours, like one liter of water plus stuff. But this one is super interesting, it has like 25L of cargo capacity. With this one, you can go for a long, multi-day effort. Mike used this on his Colorado Trail FKT attempt.
SILVERSHELL™ PACKABLE WINDBREAKER:
This is our Silvershell™ fabric, it is from Switzerland.
It is a ripstop fabric that has aluminum in the weave and coating. It is perfect for winter when it is very cold. Keeps your body warm and insulated almost. It's packable.
Inspired by the Mylar blanket. And foil also was an inspiration. I love this, one of the first jackets we made.
This is like our main hard-shell jacket.
We developed this one with our Justice™ fabric. It has a 3-layer membrane, and here is like a thin mesh. The membrane is purple, and the mesh is grey. And that is why it gives off these iridescent vibes. We developed this in Italy together with the team from Majotech. It has built-in gloves.
This one is for colder seasons.
RECYCLED GHOSTFLEECE™ LONG SLEEVE:
This is made from the Polartec® that I was mentioning earlier.
Super light fabric, constructed with a kind of mock neck, but boxy and slightly oversized to allow increased airflow. Also, there are two pieces of ripstop nylon on the arms.
I like these because when you are doing a trail run and have branches scratching against you and stuff it just adds that extra layer of protection. This is my go-to item. You can wear this against the skin. I like the drop shoulders.
This is merino wool from Japan.
So it is super silky and of course naturally performant.
You can see the detail of the stitching. It adds a bit of extra stretchability.
COFFEETHERMAL™ 8" SHORTS:
This shell is the Rippy™ nylon that I mentioned earlier. Ripstop has texture, it is not flat. The fabric of the liners is interesting. It is made from coffee charcoal. This is the natural color of how it is produced, which results in a grayish color. We call it CoffeeThermal™. And it actually warms your body. It is a fabric from France.
The main pocketing systems of our shorts are basically constructed the same way. We have a back pocket inside the liner here to put your phone with a sweat-proof membrane. We made a double waistband because when you tie the short strings, you don't want them to chafe against your belly. You can also tuck in keys or jewelry.
This is a prototype that hasn't been released yet.
This item is from our Post-Run category.