Luke Cuenco 07.27.22
Eberlestock has a well-established history of providing outdoor hunters, adventurers, and anglers with some of the best load-hauling packs, bags, and gear in the industry. Today they’re excited to announce the introduction of their new Technical Apparel line designed to integrate with the rest of your gear to keep you comfortable, warm, and dry in any conditions you might find yourself in.
Introducing Eberlestock’s New Technical Apparel Line
Introducing the Eberlestock Layering System; a 3-layer technical apparel system built on a foundation of proven science and experience, commonly adopted and taught in mountaineering and search & rescue organizations across the world.
Consisting of a baselayer, midlayer, and outerlayer, our system is simple and adaptable, using the latest in performance apparel technology and materials. Our Outerlayers combine the latest fabric technology with designs proven by years of experience afield. These working layers provide essential protection and minimal bulk to provide best-in-class protection from the elements.
The Midlayers provide an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, combined with enhanced insulation and moisture transport technology, making them versatile and adaptable to any environment.
The Baselayers are the foundation of the system, starting the heat generation and moisture transport engine. These ultralight layers provide excellent wicking and temperature regulation with the latest quick-drying, antimicrobial, and stretch fabric technology.
The new Technical apparel Eberlestock Layering system is made with popular and quality materials like Merino wool, and SWR-treated shells. Separate layering allows you to adapt your clothing to suit both the weather conditions and the activity level and consists of a flexible lineup of clothing including hoodies, vests, pants, and parkas to get you running at peak temperature no matter what you’re out doing. These working layers provide essential protection and minimal bulk to provide best-in-class protection from the elements. For more information on the new Eberlestock Technical Apparel line, you can visit http://eberlestock.com or check out their Facebook page here.