Fall Mountain Hardwear Features New Alpine, Camp, Climb, Snowsports And Trail Styles

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Fall Mountain Hardwear Features New Alpine, Camp, Climb, Snowsports And Trail Styles

MOUNTAIN HARDWEAR, the performance equipment and apparel global brand for climbers, mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts, features new styles across its alpine, camp, climb, snowsports and trail categories.

The Fall 2023 collections are now available, building on Mountain Hardwear’s technical expertise:


A first for Mountain Hardwear, its new snowsports collection is inspired by ‘riders who use resorts and the slackcountry as their canvas.’ The men’s First Tracks and women’s Powder Maven kits are the most progressively styled line of snow outerwear that Mountain Hardwear has ever made, designed for riders who hit the slopes day-in, day-out and want outerwear that meets style with performance.


Pivoting from the expressive styles of the snow collection to the core purpose of Mountain Hardwear’s offerings, the new alpine styles, including the Compressor and Phantom Belay Parka, offer a solid combination of durability, warmth and light weight. The Alpine collection ‘remains integral to Mountain Hardwear’s DNA and continues to be tirelessly designed to ensure trust in climbers’ equipment when and where it matters most.’


Mountain Hardwear’s Trail collection is ‘meticulously engineered to be as efficient as possible for fast-moving consumers who want to be prepared for every condition, whether chasing a summit or hitting the trails after work.’ The all-new Kor Stasis Hoody and Jacket and Ventano Hoody each are high-performing, lightweight and packable synthetic layers that can be layered under a shell or worn as-is for breathable coverage when the pace picks up.


The Camp collection serves as a gateway to outdoor adventures of all varieties. It ‘encourages the mundane tasks of running camp and celebrates the recovering and rejoicing of time spent outside.’ Mountain Hardwear’s new Camp collection meets both ends of camping experience: function and comfort.

Perfectly designed for autumnal camp weekends, the Jackson Ridge lineup offers warmth and durability to help get the work done. And, when the work is done, Mountain Hardwear’s HiCamp Shacket and Chillaction tops, and Stretchdown Quilt and Poncho each provide ample warmth and cosiness.


Mountain Hardwear’s Fall 2023 Climb collection is centred around the movement that climbers require at the crag and in their daily routine. Expanding on the best-selling Stretchdown lineup, the Stretchdown Light Pullover and Popover Hoody provide varying levels of warmth.

Both feature the same signature construction that eliminates baffle stitching by interweaving yarns from a single piece of durable stretch fabric. The results are lightweight and warm styles to get climbers to the next pitch and keep comfortable while belaying in the cold.

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