- 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.
Up here in northern Canada it gets frickin cold up in the mountains this time of year.
I started using airbase for an against the skin base layer, then some heat reflective long underwear over them, and it's like a sealed envelope of heat. Airbase moves well with the body and is virtually weightless.
It would just be nice if Eberlestock had a warehouse north of the boarder to eliminate all the extra costs. They ended up costing over double due to the invisible line that separates our two countries that where once one great nation, but as the saying goes divide and conquer then distract them with media and entertainment.
The fit is excellent for me with size medium and my 33” waist. I’m just coming into winter season soon so I have only worn the pants a couple of times in the fall. Even when it was still a bit warm, they’ve been great at cooling down effectively. Im looking forward to wearing them this winter for a real test compared to my wool base layer.
Light weight. Warm. Highly breathable. Definitely recommend.
Owned a set of these for 4 years now. Used them not only for military but civilian life also. 20 degree weather and saturated cloths but with these on you and you won't even notice. Might look like you are gearing up for the gay club and pricey but well worth every penny.
Airbase Base Layer - Bottom
Went sledding for an hour with the bottoms and top, under jeans and a northface apex jacket with Tshirt. Sledded for an hour in 20 degrees fahrenheit, jeans were completely soaked.
I never felt cold, or chilled even when the lower was soaked with my jeans. Body heat from walking climbing back up kept me warm.
In the backcountry no one will see you, use stuff that works better. These work better. Learned of the concept from Andy Kirkpatrick bigshot climber who recommends a Norwegian brand that you can't really get in the states. Glad that Eberlestock has a product just as good available here.
Airbase Base Layer - Bottom
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!