- Big air pockets
- Polypropylene material
- Full blown cooling
- Fully Taped Seams
- Ion scent control
- Elastic waist band
- Knit cuffs
With Airbase’s big air pockets, you have nothing contacting the majority of your skin surface, while adjacent polypropylene wicks moisture, so you always feel dry and warm.
EARLY SEASON LAYERS:
Designed for a close-to-the-body feel with a four way stretch material that won’t hold you back.
With a water resistant, yet-extremely breathable membrane and 4-way stretch, mid weight layers provide excellent warmth-to-weight ratio to keep you comfortable without weighing you down.
Technical, versatile, lightweight, and built to last. Made of 4-way stretch polyester with a DWR finish, providing a close riding, athletic fit with a cut that gives unrestrained freedom of movement.
COLD WEATHER GEAR:
Featuring 80gm Primaloft insulation, packable into its inside-chest pocket, breathable, and touting a superior warmth-to-weight ratio, Eberlestock cold weather gear is built to perform.
Four-way stretch fabric with a 40K+ breathability rating and 20K+ waterproofing will keep you dry when it rains -- and will not cause it to rain condensation inside the jacket when you are climbing up a mountain.
Definitely recommend. Pair with afterburner pants for full vent system to keep cool while gaining altitude and zip up to keep warm while glassing.
This works as advertised. I hunt in hot and humid MS and can attest that it keeps you warm and cools you off. Worked up a sweat climbing a difficult tree. Pulled up my pants to air out then back down. Light wt and barely there!
I hate pushy vendors for reviews. Tried a couple times at different temperatures/layering combinations. Seems to provide warmth. Dries quickly except for cuff areas.
Never thought I'd be into wearing fishnets but I've never felt so warm and sexy sneaking around the woods!
Eyed this for awhile and happy I finally pulled the trigger. First impression was that it was overall going to be too light and cool. However after using it in wide variety of conditions I've found it to be my go to base layer. Essentially it makes any of your other layers perform better across a wide array of conditions and you forget your even wearing it. I've noticed I'm more comfortable, less sweaty, and drier when I wear these. During extended stretches of extreme cold I put these on under my heavier, looser thermals for a perfect set up.