Waterproof and windproof ski jacket padded with heat-insulating Primaloft Silver Insulation Eco. The jacket is made from 2-way stretch material to ensure maximum freedom of movement. The award-winning Dermizax NX membrane provides excellent breathability. Specially developed for alpine and telemark skiing. Also suitable for freeride, hiking and outdoor.
- Gender: Men
- Fabric: 2-layer Dermizax®NX: 100 % Polyester Insulation: Primaloft Silver Insulation Eco: 100% Polyester, 70% recycled.
- Sizes: XS-XXL
- Weight: Men's size: L: 1230 g Weight insulation: 100 g/m2 Waterproof, windproof with excellent breathability. Fixed, helmet compatible hood. Adjustable collar. Long underarm zip vents. Front, chest, inner and sleeve pockets. The design ensures that the front pockets don't interfere with the hip belt when carrying a backpack. Detachable snowskirt. The jacket can be attached to the Hafslo (insulated) and Sirdal (insulated) pants to create a suit. Articulated elbows for increased freedom of movement. Asymetrical closing in the front. Extended back. Reflector details.
More than 100 years ago the Norwegian adventurer Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole, marking the beginning of the long and eventful expedition history of Bergans, which included equipping world-famous pioneers from Roald Amundsen and Edmund Hillary to current team members such as Cecilie Skog and Rune Gjeldnes. The claim “Forever Pioneers” refers to Bergans’ long and proud tradition of expeditions, as well as the innovative developments that Bergans of Norway has produced throughout the long history of the company. Company founder Ole Ferdinand Bergan laid the foundations for this in 1908 with the invention of the modern frame backpack. The stylised skiers in the Bergans logo symbolize the “Birkebeiners” – important Norwegian historical figures, who rescued the king’s child, Håkon Håkonssen, from the commotion of the civil war by skiing over the mountains in the early 13th century. The headquarter of Bergans Fritid AS is situated in Hokksund, 60 km southwest of Oslo.