3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean
AeroFleece

3 Season M1 Dispatch Rider Jean

Sale price $139.00 Regular price $239.00

Water Repel-ant Fleece Lined Pants for Winter! 

Features

  • AeroFleece TM Polyester Fleece Lined
  • Soft Shell Polyester Outer Shell
  • TPU Liner  20,000g/m2/24h    
  • Modern fit, NOT Slim fit.   Vanity Cut Meaning 1" on average.   
  • CC Front Zip pocket 
  • Flat rear pockets for a clean rear end look
  • Hidden 6th Zip Rear Pocket
  • Gull Wing Gusseted Crotch for Blowout Strength & Protection
  • Purpose Aggressive Gripper waistband for non-slipping performance
  • leg openings (7” to 8" openings by size)
  • Inseams:  32-34   

Expeditions

We designed this weatherproof pant for city commutes or just cold, wet days. From playing Golf in wet conditions, to cycling around Mt. Hood, our pants are being worn anywhere and everywhere.

They have a soft shell feel that makes for a new experience: no loud crunch noise or rigid feeling to this garment, making our pieces exceptionally office-friendly and beer / wine garden appropriate.

 

Textile Story

  We wholeheartedly recommend you put these into your collection!  Only 200 Men's and 200 Women's made!   

Waterproof technology has remained about the same since the very first hard shell. Breath-ability is achieved through diffusion: moisture and heat create enough pressure that moisture vapor finally passes through the fabric. 

Soft shells trade waterproofness for greater breath-ability by making use of convection: a constant exchange of air allows more moisture vapor to escape. The airflow in conventional waterproof / breathable is close to zero whether you're active or not.

Breath-ability claims for these fabrics are typically based on static testing conditions so the second you walk outside, the claims are irrelevant. A more accurate measure of breath-ability is found with Dynamic Breath-ability Testing which accounts for real world conditions like wind and movement.


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