The Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Suit consists of welded and watertight seams, with a baffle construction underneath. Two zip chest pockets and two zip hand pockets are located on the exterior of the suit.
Weighing only 63 ounces, the Absolute Zero Suit gives a substantial amount of warmth, and it won't weigh you down as you're trekking. The face fabric on the exterior of the jacket is SL Ripstop fabric, while the inside is made of the revolutionary waterproof Dry.Q Elite. The lining on the inside consists of nylon taffeta, and the incredibly soft insulation is filled with 800-fill down.
The knees on the Absolute Zero Suit are reinforced, giving you added protection on your knees while bending or resting. The hood is able to be zipped off, in case you're in need of a little extra fresh air. Internal suspenders are there for you, so you're able to make sure the suit is fitting properly to your body. The Absolute Zero Suit includes a storage sack as well, so storing this amazing trekking suit is no problem at all!
|Weight||2lbs 14oz/63.54oz/1800 g|
|Face fabric||SL Rip AXF|
|Lining Fabric||Nylon Taffeta|
|Insulation||800 fill Down|
This video by Mountain Hardwear discusses the inspiration for their new Dry.Q waterproof breathable fabric technology.
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