Field Shield Waterproof

Description

  • Fits true to size
  • High Stretch
Men's body measurements
XS S M L XL XXL
Body height - 172 178 184 190 196
Chest - 94 100 106 112 118
Waist - 81 87 93 99 105
Seat - 95 101 107 113 119
Sleeve - 63 64,5 66 67,5 69
Body height - 67 ¾ 70 0 72 ½ 74 ¾ 77 ¼
Chest - 37 0 39 ¼ 41 ¾ 44 0 46 ½
Waist - 31 1 34 ¼ 36 ½ 38 1 41 ¼
Seat - 37 ½ 39 ¾ 42 ¼ 44 ½ 46 ¾
Sleeve - 24 ¾ 25 ½ 25 1 26 ½ 27 ¼

c_change is a wind and waterproof membrane which opens up for unequalled ventilation
when you are warm, and closes in to retain heat when you are cold.
> 20.000mm watercolumn / < 2 RET value
Water tight zippers
All seams are carefully sealed
Ventilation on sides with mesh lining
Amundsen Peak patch on left thigh
Integration system at kneecuffs for gaiters
5 zipped pockets
Articulated knees always where you want them to be

Stretch 3-layer fabric from Schoeller Switzerland

73% polyamide 21% polyurethane 6% elastane

Machine wash at 40˚c
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Cool iron
Dry cleaning
Very gently wet cleaning

  • Norway: 2-5 working days
  • EU & UK: 2-4 working days
  • US & Canada: 2-4 working days
  • Japan: 3-5 working days
  • Australia: 3-5 working days

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4.44 out of 5 stars

9 reviews

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3 reviews with a 4-star rating

  1. Martin

    Comfortable pants for skiing and autumn hike.

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  2. W.

    Tested on a 6 day cross-country trip across the Hardangervidda. Sturdy and comfortable, with decent venting (the double zip is pretty useful). Undoubtedly stylish and comfortable, and it’s nice to open up the bottoms and roll down the socks & gaiters on a hot day.

    Wore them with half length thermal long johns underneath, and some knee length socks. The attachment system for the gaiters is well designed and didn’t let any snow in, even after a few crashes in deep snow.

    Sizing is a little bit off for the bottom section if you have large calves/lower legs, and our guide was concerned that the gap in that area would let the wind & snow in if we had a storm. No problems with that, but the worst we encountered were winds of up to 12 metres per second. May be worth carrying a spare set of long wind breaking trousers just in case. Otherwise the material is deceptively good at both blocking wind & letting out sweat.

    I’ll be interested to see how they do in the long term.

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  3. Petter B

    Funker bra med av på med bein!

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