Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Suit (2008)

 

Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Suit (2008)
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Suit (2008)
Manufacturer Mountain Hardwear
Page By delmarco
Page Type Feb 29, 2008 / Feb 29, 2008
Object ID 4948
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Features

Description:
Mountain Hardwear's warmest piece, the Absolute Zero Suit has been updated with premium 800-fill down, and features baffled construction and a Conduit SL shell - making it the chill-fighting garment of choice for many high-altitude athletes.
Features:

Premium, 800 fill-power goose down is nature's warmest insulator, drapes softly around your body to reduce air pockets and is highly durable
Fully baffled and tuck-stitched construction prevents cold spots
An oversized, down-filled collar and hood encase the head in insulation to help maintain core body temperature
Adjustable internal suspenders keep the pants up when you let the top portion hang loose
Six-slider rainbow rear zip provides a number of venting options and allows you to heed nature's call
Two inner mesh water-bottle pockets, 2 front hand pockets and a zip chest pocket
One-hand drawcords and a zip off hood round out the details

Specifications:

Weight: 2 lb 14 oz
Insulation: 800-fill power goose down
Shell: nylon ripstop
Reinforcement: Nylon Supplex taslan
Lining: nylon taffeta



Specifications based on size large.

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