Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Einride
Manufacturer KlÄttermusen
Page By Corax
Page Type Jan 5, 2006 / Jan 5, 2006
Object ID 1566
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Avilable colours:

  • Charcoal
  • Earth
  • Stone


  • Price: 3201 sek
  • Material: Etaproof 205 gr/m2, 100% cotton
  • Colors: Charcoal, Earth and Stone
  • Weight medium: 720 gr
  • Mass flow resistance: MFR 8, 105 Pa cm/s
  • Water colun: 0,75 m


    • Very good side visibility on hood.
    • Special cut without seems on the shoulders top increase water protection.
    • Asymmetric slim cut at the cuffs give good closure and minimum bulk.
    • Asymmetric shower proof zippers with extra protection inside jacket.
    • Forehead stretch piece and draw cord placement transforms the hood into a cap.
    • Draw cord hem. DURACOAT laminations below elbows for abrasion resistance.
    • Very good moveability and limited lift due to special cut.
    • Ventilation pockets with mesh insides.
    • Pocket transforms into a fanny pack.
    • Compass and whistle on waist belt.

    Name origin:
    Thor the God of thunder often travelled alone under the alias Einride. The name means “the sole traveller”.
  • Reviews

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    Corax - Jan 5, 2006 11:15 am - Voted 5/5

    Unusual solution
    As with the Njal, I really like the concept of this jacket.
    On high altitude, especially when cold, membrane jackets doesn't work very well and you for sure don't need the need the "super-duper-water-proof-tex" as precipitation comes down in solid form.

    The fabric in Einride is eta-proof, a tightly vowen cotton textile. It is very windproof, lets your sweat out well and withstand rain pretty good, at least for a couple of hours.

    I like the design. An excellent hood, extremely large pockets and the cut let you make all those weird climbing moves without being restricted by the jacket.

    The material is smooth, light and soft and doesn't make the normal shell-jacket sounds.

    The Njal is of anorak cut, but the Einride is a "normal jacket", which I personally like much better as the procedure of pulling the Njal on and off over your head can be very annoying at times.

    If you're sick of sweating too much in a membrane jacket and want to try out another approach, this jacket may be worth checking out.

    Klattermusen is going hard for safety measures and some interesting details are the attached compass and whistle.

    On the minus side:
    The fabric is not as strong as the one in a normal membrane jacket.
    The price of Klattermusen products are very high.

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