Field Shield Waterproof

Description

Stretch waterproof – Tested in Antarctica

The Amundsen Peak is our first knickerbocker, which has been perfected over several years. It was first made for our Antarctic Expedition in 2011, and received its name as it protected us during the first ascent of Amundsen Peak.

We can boldly state that this knickerbocker is the first truly technical knickerbocker ever made, and is the basis of our 3-PART concept.

It is ideal for ski touring and expeditions small or big.

The combination of 4-way stretch, waterproof and breathing capabilities ensures a combo of full protection and the comfort you need.

And let’s face it – Knickerbockers are simply smarter than pants!

  • Fits true to size
  • High stretch
Women's body measurements
XS S M L XL XXL
Body height 158 164 170 176 182 -
Chest 80 86 92 98 104 -
Waist 64 69 74 80 86 -
Seat 89 94 99 105 111 -
Sleeve 58 59,5 61 62,5 64 -
Body height 62 1/4 64 2/4 66 1 69 1/4 71 3/4 -
Chest 31 2/4 33 3/4 36 1/4 38 2/4 40 1 -
Waist 25 1/4 27 1/4 29 1/4 31 2/4 33 3/4 -
Seat 35 0 37 0 38 1 41 1/4 43 3/4 -
Sleeve 22 3/4 23 2/4 24 0 24 2/4 25 1/4 -

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

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  1. Rated 4 out of 5
    Practical allrounder

    Johanna Aglen

    Nice texture and works just like it should. Easter sun or winter blizard this nickerbockers will suit all the different winter conditionds you meet in the Norwegian mountains. The only two brawbacks is that the thigh pocket is just to small for an decent size smart phone and the size is to narrow in the thighs. I am usually a M but had to go up to a L and now it’s too big in the waist.

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