Layering up for Fall

Fall is here- Layering up for action in funky shoulder season conditions can leave you over heated or chilled to the bone. ...And nothing is worse than sweat-soaked garments when the sun ain't shining.

Below are a few ideal Fall layers to consider when planning your next outdoor mission. We've got many more options and brands in stock as well, so stop by and have a look!

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Men's


Nano Air Hoody from Patagonia

The Nano-Air® Hoody sets a new standard for technical insulation, merging the comfort and breathability of open fleece with the protection and warmth of a puffy. Its supremely stretchy and breathable fabric package combines a plain-weave liner, warm-when-wet FullRange™ insulation and a lightweight yet durable, weather-shedding 100% nylon ripstop shell with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. The hoody has an incredibly soft, supple feel and full mechanical stretch that allow for a close, athletic fit over baselayers and an uninhibited range of motion.

Vertex Pants from Rab

Whilst the Vertex Pants can be worn as general outdoor trousers, climbing specific features such as a hem drawcord for reducing volume around your feet, and stretch fit articulated knees for freedom of movement, make the Vertex Pants ideal for use as a light-weight climbing pant.

R1 Fleece Hoody from Patagonia

Its high/low grid interior (Polartec® Power Grid™ polyester) is key to the hoody’s versatility, and the highly refined fabric—the lightest and most breathable iteration ever—remains exclusive to Patagonia. It stretches, traps heat and compresses to practically nothing, with the pared-down but versatile features climbers and backcountry skiers need: a snug-fitting balaclava-style hood, a minimalist deep-venting front zipper with a soft zipper garage that keeps your chin comfy, and a Variable Conditions Cuff with discreet on-seam thumb holes and a spiral-stitch construction so you can push up the sleeves with no ensuing forearm pump.

Ventus Jacket from Rab

Offering high levels of sun and weather protection, the Ventus Jacket is a perfect layer for climbing or walking in the mountains. Now featuring Polygiene® STAY FRESHodour control treatment, the Ventus Jacket can now comfortably be worn for multi-day trips. Features include an under-helmet hood, thumb loops and Lycra® bound cuffs.


Women's


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Narin Vest from Ark'teryx

An easy choice for crisp days, the Narin is a down vest with minimalist design, clean lines and a relaxed urban aesthetic. Warm 750 fill power goose down in the body and Coreloft® synthetic insulation in the shoulders provide lightweight insulation with minimal bulk. A simple low profile hood adds protection from unexpected cold.

Oasis leggings from Icebreaker

For comfort in any climate, and for any sport, Women's Oasis Leggings are built from our ultra soft, breathable 200gm merino jersey fabric. They provide warmth on cold morning workouts or high mountain hikes, breathe well enough to never get too hot. 

Adze Hybrid Hoody from Patagonia

Our soft-shell Adze Hybrid Hoody resists moisture, breathes freely and keeps the heat. Its main body is composed of a 3-layer Polartec® Windbloc® stretch-woven polyester soft-shell fabric that repels wind and sheds snow, while the bonded fleece grid interior wicks moisture and adds light insulation. The hoody’s low-bulk construction also uses unlined, stretchy, double-weave soft-shell fabric in the side panels, cuffs and along the underside of the arms to minimize bulk while enhancing breathability and mobility.

Motivation Leggings from The North Face

Stay active in cold conditions with these compressive midweight leggings that are crafted with four-way stretch and lightweight panels wrapped around the legs for streamlined coverage during aerobic activity.