The world of mountain sports is constantly changing. For the last 150 years, Mammut's innovative products have enabled it to make a significant contribution to this development. One milestone was the Mammut Extreme collection from 1995. But things have moved on.
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Now in their 150th year Mammut present the Eiger Extreme collection. Extremely durable, extremely weatherproof and extremely striking, this new alpine range from Switzerland builds on past successes and meets the very highest quality requirements
The product selection covers the most important requirements for extreme mountain pursuits and meets the highest quality requirements. Abrasion resistant textiles and new combinations of materials withstand extreme mechanical strains and offer maximum protection against climatic influences. To achieve these aims, in its product development Mammut works closely with selected partners such as Gore-Tex, Schoeller, Polartec and YKK. Designs that have been perfectly synchronised with body movements and innovative detail solutions provide for optimum comfort and functionality.
The collection is now available from selected stockists in the UK.
Gipfelgrat Soft Shell Jacket (Polartec NeoShell)
The latest innovative waterproof soft shell jacket for technical alpine use, all year round and in all weather conditions. The jacket has all the required features and an optimal temperature for use on the mountain.
MAMMUT EIGER EXTREME STOCKISTS
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