1 OCT 2019

FUTURELIGHT

DEFY THE PAST. WEAR THE FUTURE.

FUTURELIGHT is the world’s most advanced breathable-waterproof outerwear technology, developed using nanospinning technology and sustainable practices. Born in the mountains out of specific requests from our global athlete team looking for increased performance and breathability in their waterproof gear, FUTURELIGHT is a revolutionary way to stay dry inside and out.

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BREAKTHROUGH BREATHABILITY

Ultra-thin nanomembrane allows airflow while keeping water out.

 

INNOVATIVE WATERPROOF

Rigorously tested to withstand the harshest weather conditions. 

 

UNPRECEDENTED SOFTNESS

Soft, lightweight and nimble for movement without constraints.

 

PROVEN DURABILITY

Tested by our elite athlete team in the world's most extreme environments. 

 

SUSTAINABILITY FOCUSED

Crafted with 90% recycled materials, it's our most sustainably-produced fabric to date. 

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