Adventure Gear Fall-Winter 2007 by Sherpa

More catalogs by Sherpa | Adventure Gear Fall-Winter 2007 | 25 pages | 2008-10-28


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men s cholatse and taboche photo joseph puryear baselayer m e n s you don t have to be a sherpa to survive and thrive in harsh cold environments you just need the right clothing starting with a warm and dry base layer that wicks away moisture and keeps you comfortable in everything from the best to the worst conditions that s why we ve incorporated the latest fabric technologies like our new proprietary smart fabric dry zone and sustainable odor-repellant bamboo charcoal into our base layer clothing lobsang power dry® top mountaineers know that wearing the proper clothing is critical to their success this all season base layer is a terrific choice to keep you warm and dry whether you are scaling high summits skiing snowy peaks or just headed out for a hike · maximum wicking power keeps you dry and comfortable · curved side panels assure a snug fit for easy layering · flat seams eliminate chafing · quick drying fabric 100 polyester polartec® power dry® spd12105l s-xl 165 g

ravi long sleeve shirt for those days when you plan to spend more time in town or base camp than on the trail this is the only shirt you need it s durable wash and wear fabric is a breeze to pack plus it s got such a soft hand nice drape and cool feel you may never want to take it off · single chest pocket holds your ipod easily · polynosic fabric won t shrink or stretch when wet · cut for casual comfort · wicking fabric feels cool and dries quickly fabric 65 polynosic rayon 35 polyester mt.everest lhotse and makalu photo joseph puryear spn12125l s-xl 325 g 11.5 oz $29.50 khumbu night misted yellow subji green toast ermang south col thermalsherpas m e n s versatility and breathability is what makes these cozy fleece sweaters a must-have on any outdoor adventure whether you just need to zip into something warm to run errands around town or you want a serious piece of insulation you can layer or wear alone one of these jackets is sure to fit the bill shital convertible pant

lobutse jacket the lobutse features four-way stretch fabric on the outside and soft polyester fleece on the inside with a breathable wind and water repellent membrane sandwiched between so this jacket will keep you warm as a campfire in all kinds of conditions from spring snowstorms to cool and misty mornings · velcro cuff adjustments keep cold air out · stretch fabric and articulated elbows are perfect for climbing and skiing · handy chest pocket plus two hand-warmer pockets fabric 75 poly 20 pu 5 spandex 3 layer windblock cheel jacket wander through snow-filled pine forests and across frozen tundra in the cheel soft shell jacket the cheel packs small stays water and dirt resistant and keeps your skin dry for hours three-layer bonded windresistant fabric and rapid moisture transport means you can worry less about getting chilled if you build up a sweat · enhanced stretch ensures full mobility during active pursuits · light weight and low packing volume makes it the perfect

trimurti modus 3 in 1 jacket trimurti is the name for the hindu belief that god has three aspects or faces which makes it the perfect name for this three-in-one jacket wear just the soft windproof inner jacket for dry but windy days just the outer shell for wet yet warm days or both for those days when cold winds and wet storms whip through the mountains inner jacket · soft light and highly compressible insulation for warmth and packability · adjustable collar and extended tail provide great fit · liner snaps in or out quickly and easy outer shell · stretch three-layer fabric provides waterproof/breathable comfort · under-arm vent keeps things cool · attached hood keeps the rain off your head and neck · napoleon pocket for convenient access to important items fabric inner 100 nylon ultra-light ripstop polyester fill shell 93 nylon 7 spandex ripstop fulldull w mechanical stretch wr 3 layer breathable shanker jacket sometimes the weather in the high mountains can be clear cold

the first sherpa ang tharkey 1908-1981 by kunda dixit mountain climbing was serious business in the early days expeditions attempting to climb peak xv sagarmatha mt everest chomolungma undertook two month-long treks from darjeeling across the tibetan plateau via shekar dzong to rongbuk when and if they survived that the road was straight up the extremely difficult north col route to everest without oxygen and with equipment that seems woefully lacking compare to what s used today but climb they did reaching 28,000 feet and more higher than any man had ever been before they were turned back by premature monsoons and bad snow the reward they limped back to darjeeling minus fingers and toes ang tharkey who died in kathmandu on july 28th 1981 belonged to the first generation of elite climbing sherpas born in 1908 in khunde in the year of the monkey according to the tibetan calendar ang tharkay went to darjeeling at the age of twelve in search of work with expeditions he accompanied eric

dikila top looking for the most versatile super-lightweight layering piece possible this is it designed specifically for sherpa adventure gear the dikila s state-of-the-art dry zone intelligent fabric has a high-tech thermal conductivity control that makes it warm in winter cool in summer plus it s semiwaterproof fast-wicking and dries in just one second so you can wear it alone and hardly notice rain or sweat · blocks 99 of uv rays so you don t get burned at high elevations · so light it floats · woven with anti-bacterial silver ions to minimize odors · quarter-zip neck for extra venting in warm conditions · welded sleeve pocket holds essentials fabric 82 nylon 18 polyester dry zone® ongmu top feel dry during vigorous workouts or rain showers thanks to the moisture-sensing hyper-fast dying fabric in this high-tech dry zone top the crew neck is ideal on it s own for cool weather activity or wear it as a layer this is one shirt you ll always want to bring along · blocks 99 of

photo roger kher thermalsherpas women s in the mountains the temperature drops four degrees for every 1000 feet of elevation you gain so in high himalayan villages like thyangboche pheriche lobuche and namche bazaar it often doesn t even hit 60 during the day if you re going to stay comfortable in chilly climates like this a toasty fleece jacket is key made of the latest fabrics these are all versatile enough to transition from layering piece to jacket and look and feel so good on you ll probably end up wearing them anytime the weather turns cool leh jacket built in the 17th century in grand tibetan architecture the leh palace is said to have been the inspiration for the famous potola palace in lahasa tibet made for cold damp weather this durable quick-drying high-pile fleece is just what you need when you are visiting ancient edifices like these scattered throughout the himalaya · scuba hood provides extra warmth and protection · heightened breathability means you ll stay cool

cho-pema jacket for a jacket that can do everything look no further than the mid-weight heavy-duty cho pema this technical sherpa-proven jacket moves breathes stays dry and keeps you warm in windy conditions thanks to nano technology fabric · nano technology gives this the most air circulation of any windproof jacket · fast-absorbing anti-microbial fabric keep you feeling and smelling fresh · brushed tricot fleece inside the neck is teddy bear soft · four-way-stretch polyester and raglan sleeves for ease of movement · 30 spf uv protection repels the suns rays fabric 92 polyester 8 spandex swl7141 s-xl chive 430 g 15.2 oz $109.50 toast ermang kharani black bindu jacket run city streets or up your favorite trail the choice is yours because the form-fitting bindu is built to move made of materials with two goals comfort and mobility the bindu achieves this blend perfectly the handy arm pocket is great for your mp3 player and other essentials and the look says you re out for some

chorten ladies packable quarter-zip jacket chortens also called stupas or chaityas in other regions are traditional buddhist places of prayer that dot the tibetan landscape these domed structures offer protection from the harsh himalayan climate windproof and well-ventilated the aptly named chorten anorak also offers convenient protection from foul weather · windproof ultra-light and highly packable nylon shell · hooded anorak styling with half-zip for easy on/off · stuffs it into its own front pocket for easy packing · tricot neck lining for chafe-free comfort · mesh on back and under arms provide plenty of ventilation fabric 100 nylon ripstop dwr kopan ladies packable full-zip jacket when westerners want to learn about tibetan buddhism they come to the kopan monastery on the outskirts of kathmandu depending on the season they may encounter sun rain wind or snow on the journey but that s not a problem if they carry along the kopan jacket it stuffs easily into a hidden chest

photo joseph puryear hats support local nepalese families by wearing one of these hand-crafted winter hats made of the finest lambs wool each one has been individually carded and knit by nepalese women in the valley of kathmandu to produce an authentic one-of-a-kind look camp on the north side of mount everest photo pemba doma sherpa sleeping bags jumla hat the warmth of wool combines with simple style to create an everyday everywhere winter toque fabric 100 wool tashi hat the first sleeping bags created around the user our revolutionary articulated ergonomic design conforms to your body to eliminate dead spots maximize warmth and let you move comfortably and the innovative center-front zipper lets you cook eat drink or play cards without getting out or losing critical warmth from inside the bag every one of our bags is designed with the same construction and details as our tenzing 1 the only difference is the temperature rating this classic-style sherpa hat has polar fleece lined