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Beyond – Stretch Alpha Sweater

 

The Stretch Alpha Sweater combines the warmth and moisture transport of an insulating layer with the durability and mobility of a softshell. The jacket is built out of three layers; starting with a grid fleece that pulls moisture away from the body towards a layer of Polartec® Alpha® Insulation. The Alpha® Insulation traps and retains body heat while continuing to transport moisture to the outer shell where moisture spreads and evaporates. The final layer is a flexible 4-way stretch woven fabric that is highly durable and protects you from the wind and rain.

Features:
Insulated hood
Front zip
Internal left chest pocket
Hand pockets

 

Materials:
Polartec® Alpha® Insulation – 60g
Polartec® Power Grid® Fleece
Tweave® Durastretch® Nylon with DWR

 

www.beyondclothing.com

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6 Responses to “Beyond – Stretch Alpha Sweater”

  1. ThatBlueFalcon says:

    Got to play with this in their factory. This is freaking money.

  2. Jack Lewis says:

    It reminds me of the principal of the Pertex and Pile set up that Buffalo Systems and Montane have been running for years. I would be really interested to see how they stack up against each other. Especially price and availability wise.

    • SSD says:

      I just saw a guy wearing a Buffalo Special 6 last weekend.

      • Corbs says:

        I imagine that Tweave Durastretch will provide a bit more abrasion resistance over pertex. And I guess if people are being tacticool, it’s not as shiny. Props to beyond for releasing it in that navy first, it looks good.

      • Jack Lewis says:

        I love mine!

        • Jack Lewis says:

          The abrasion resistance of the 6 Is a drawback. I also want to see how the polartec stacks up to the pile.