Himalayan Suit

Himalayan Suit

The North Face

$999.99

Designed for athletes aiming for the top of the world, the Himalayan Suit is the pinnacle down suit for climbing 8,000-meter peaks.

  • 800 fill goose down offers superior warmth, while 700 fill goose down in lower body provides compression resistance
  • Welded baffle construction eliminates cold spots and weak points that accompany needle holes
  • Extra-long, two-way center front double zip with full-length draft tube
  • Coated with durable water-repellent (DWR) finish for added water repellency
  • Full-leg zips finish in a horseshoe drop-seat configuration
  • Adjustable hood is fully baffled for reliable warmth and zero cold spots
  • Intuitive, sleek and secure integrated suspender system
  • Thick, warm draft yoke around neck and shoulders seals cold out and warmth in
  • Two enormous chest drop pockets with external or internal access
  • Lower leg is insulated with PrimaLoft® Gold insulation for warmth when compressed by over-boot gaiter
  • Tough grip zones on shoulders and hips keep pack in place
  • Abundant reflectivity for safety on alpine starts and in vicious weather

Weight: 2140g (75.48 Oz)

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