You’re the all-around outdoor enthusiast: Hiking, backpacking, and climbing when the weather’s still warm, and hitting those frozen waterfalls or ski trails once the temperatures plunge into freezing territory. For all of your adventures, a garment that holds up to rugged conditions, lets you move, and ensures your skin can breathe is more than essential, and that’s where the Equinox Power Stretch Tights fit in.
Part of our Ascent Series, this hard-face fleece piece practically defines adaptability. Four-way stretch, moisture wicking, and excellent resilience never hamper your movements, abrasion resistance delivers the all the durability needed to hike up to the peak or send a route, and fleece traps warmth without adding weight. As such, in warmer and transitional seasons, it can simply be worn alone for lightweight, flexible warmth, and by winter, its design works as a midlayer under waterproof shell pants.
Form-fitting, four-way stretch material for superior recovery, durability, and breathability
Abrasion-resistant construction withstands rough, rugged conditions, journey after journey
Moisture-wicking properties help you stay dry
1¼ in. self-fabric elastic waistband adjusts with an interior drawstring
One zippered back pocket for storing smaller items
Stretch gusset ensures the garment moves right along with you
Flatlock seams reduce chafing
Reflective heat transfer logo on left side helps you stay visible in low-light conditions
Part of the Ascent Series:
The series utilizes cutting-edge materials that are durable, waterproof, windproof, breathable, and as light as possible without sacrificing the strength needed to withstand life in an alpine environment.
Our Ascent collection serves our school guides well, leading clients on skiing and climbing excursions and withstanding a couple of seasons' worth of wear in the field. If it works for them on traverses across the Presidential Range of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, it'll work anywhere.
Highly functional, durable, and dependable gear for world-class adventures.