Silky soft, highly waterproof and breathable fabric (waterproof level: WP 15,000; breathability level: MVP 15,000) that allows you to ski or ride in temperatures as low as -25C, and remains breathable as you sweat. All outerwear is also DWR-coated, fully tape-seamed and insulated.
for un-fastening or fastening zips without having to remove gloves.
for ease when the male Huski wishes to relieve himself.
to hide valuables or other precious items.
enabling you to stylishly wear your Huski half-down when required, such as at lunch, during climbs or après. Sleeves can be attached to the waist to prevent them trailing on grubby floors. Huski tip : to avoid misshaping central zipper, do not over-tighten braces; if wearing a transceiver, put on transceiver first.
with in-built three-way drawstring for tightening during blustery conditions. Hood contains a concealed magnet, and each Huski comes with an accompanying optional adhesive magnet to stick to your helmet to ensure hood stays in place during high speed winds or skiing or riding. Huski tip : place adhesive magnet approximately 9cm from helmet peak. The hoods of the female Huskies, except Alaska, are also faux-fur trimmed.
polar fleece-lined to nestle into when the winds pick up. The male Huski has a further layer of removal teddy-fleece.
so-named because Emperor Napoloeon Bonaparte was frequently shown in portraits with one hand inside his uniform jacket. Includes an in-built micro-fibre lens wipe. Huski tip : never wipe inside of lens or you will destroy its anti fog treatment; dab outside of lens only.
Discrete patch pocket on lower leg (female only)
to discretely store smaller items; no unattractive bulges.
with touch sensitive panel, enabling use of phone from within pocket. Large enough to fit the iPhone 6 Plus, with headphone socket.
make your Huski work for your shape.
lycra wrist cuffs to keep out the snow, plus an elastic cord and clip to attach gloves (works with most gloves). At last.
because you can never have too many. Huski tip : avoid putting contactless bank cards in ski pass pocket as they may interfere with your pass.
for easy booting/de-booting.
makes you searchable to professional rescuers in the event of an avalanche accident. It is not a substitute for a transceiver, but does increase the chance of being found in time.
to channel cool air straight to the skin when desired.
with a mesh lining.
for reinforced durability against ski boots.
to alert others in an emergency or otherwise. Pealess, so works in sub-zero conditions. Huski tip : never go off-piste without a transceiver, shovel, probe and guide.