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ORWM 18 – Beyond’s Ventum Ultralight Hoodie

Saturday, November 10th, 2018

The Ventum Ultralight Hoodie is part of Beyond’s new Kyros line. It’s made from a 4-way stretch with DWR finish and includes zippered handwarmer pockets.


A really cool feature is that the Ventum Jacket can be stuffed into the left pocket, along with the Ventum Pant, making a camp pillow, or just for storage.

Offered in Black, Manatee Grey and Ranger Green.

Bradford x Beyond Limited Edition Guardian5 Knife

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016


Beyond Clothing has released another collaborative knife with Renton, WA-based Bradford Knives, a Guardian5 knife, limited to 100 blades. The Guardian 5 is made of CPM-3V steel with a nimbus finish, and comes complete with a custom contoured canvas micarta handle.


All knives include a custom kydex sheath. Sheaths are compatible with all major clip accessories, including G-Clip, Tek-Lok, Sm. Tek-Lok and MOLLE/PALS attachments.


The Guardian5 is proudly made in the USA.

Beyond Clothing – Alpha Lochi Jacket

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

We first mentioned the reversible Beyond Lochi during Warrior West. I was fortunate to try one on during a recent visit to Beyond and it is super comfy. I really like the Navy Blue/Managee Grey colorscheme and the sewn batting style. There’s also a MultiCam/Coyote variant.


The A3 Lochi Jacket is designed for active use in cold environments, and is reversible for low-profile use in urban environments. Polartec Alpha Insulation transfers moisture away from the body to keep you dry and warm, while the DWR treated nylon ripstop shell protects you from wind and rain. Light, highly compressible, breathable, and fast drying, the A3 Lochi Jacket is a low-profile alternative to the A3 Alpha Jacket.



Insulated hood
Left Internal/Right External chest pocket
Hand Pockets
Highly compressible


40D Nylon Ripstop with DWR
Polartec Alpha Insulation – 80g



MSRP is $334.00, but it’s currently marked down to $233.80 during their Cyber Monday Sale.

Beyond Clothing – A5 Rough Rider Pant

Thursday, November 12th, 2015


The A5 Rough Rider Pant is built from the same pattern as Beyond’s A5 Element Pant, and is designed as a Winter-weight mission pant. It is built out of a quick-drying 4-way stretch Tweave Durastretch Softshell Fabric with DWR treatment, and Cordura-reinforced ankles and kneepad pockets. Additionally, the Rough Rider features inner thight vents and six total pockets.



  • Cordura reinforced belt loops & waistband
  • Bar button closure and fly with built-in G-Hook belt adjustment
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Hook & loop side pockets with added bar-button closure
  • Hook & loop front thigh pockets
  • Drain holes throughout
  • Zippered inner thigh vents for added breathability
  • Cordura reinforced, universal knee pad pocket with back knee hook & loop adjustment
  • Adjustable hook & loop ankle cuffs with zippers and button snaps to fit over boots
  • Cordura reinforced instep
  • DWR treatment sheds light rain and snow
  • Materials

  • Fleece Laminated Tweave Durastretch Softshell with DWR
  • Cordura
  • Benefits

  • Breathable
  • Water-Resistant
  • Wind-Resistant
  • Stretch Construction
  • Quantities of the A5 Rough Rider Pant are limited to under 50 pieces, and these pants will not be reproduced.

    Beyond x First Spear Booth Jacket

    Thursday, October 1st, 2015

    Booth Jacket

    Beyond x First Spear Booth Jacket

    Introducing the Booth Jacket by Beyond and First Spear. The Booth Jacket is a fully U.S. made (Berry Compliant) evolution of First Spear’s Squadron Smock. This extremely limited run consists of only 13 jackets and they will not be reproduced.

    Originally inspired by a traditional British Smock, the Booth Jacket is loaded with pockets and features. Built out of a DWR treated 50/50 nylon cotton ripstop for durability and protection from the elements. The Booth Jacket also features a grid fleece liner, Cordura elbow reinforcement and mesh interior pockets. The hood is sized to fit over a helmet and features a wired brim that can be adjusted for full customization. Extending down the hood and the back of the garment are attachment points for camouflage material. In total, the Booth Jacket features 18 pockets for endless storage configurations.

    -Hood and Torso lined with gridded fleece
    -Hood accommodates helmets
    -Hood features drawstring and rear adjustment
    -Hood Brim incorporates wire stiffener
    -Scrim/Camo attachment points along hood, upper back and waist
    -Velcro patches for ID on upper back and bicep pockets
    -Removable padding in Cordura reinforced elbows
    -2-Way Pit Zips for ventilation
    -Pen pockets on both lower sleeves
    -Drawstring waist
    -Drawstring hem
    -2-way Main zipper (closed with Velcro strips as well as Slotted Buttons)
    -Snap closure at bottom of main zipper
    -Drawstrings feature captive barrel locks for one-handed adjustment

    -2 x Bicep Pockets with Hook and Loop
    -2 x Cargo Chest Pockets
    -4 x Cargo Pockets Along Skirt
    -2 x Zip Closure Exterior Napoleon Pockets
    -2 x Zip Closure Interior Napoleon Pockets
    -1 x Exterior Poacher Pocket
    -3 x Interior Flat Mesh Pockets
    -2 x Zip Closure Gridded Fleece Lined Handwarmer Pockets

    These are an ultra limited collaboration project and Beyond is offering them at $400.00 which has got to be significantly less than what they even cost to make, as they are Berry compliant.   Someone’s going to call it a collectors item but if you want a quality smock at a great price this is the one.

    Beyond’s Aether Baselayers: Intro To Clothing Systems

    Saturday, September 26th, 2015

    Why Layer?

    The number one reason to layer correctly for the outdoors is safety. Hypothermia and Hyperthermia occur when either heat loss, or heat gain occur at a faster rate than your body’s natural ability to self regulate. Modern technical clothing and layering techniques allow you to help regulate your body’s core temperature and survive in extreme climates.


    Moisture Management Explained

    No matter the environment, moisture management should be your main focus when building your layering system. There are two factors to consider when talking about moisture management; perspiration caused by an increase in body temperature and environmental moisture (i.e., Snow, Rain, Mud, etc). In a backpacking scenario, you will likely experience both. During a hike, climb, or ascent, you will expend energy and as a result your core temperature will rise and your body will perspire to cool you down. If that perspiration isn’t wicked away as you become static, or as the temperature drops, that moisture will begin to freeze. As a result, your core temperature will drop and you may become hypothermic. For the same reason, it’s important to pack a shell to protect you from environmental moisture (i.e., Rain, Snow) reaching your skin.


    Choosing a Baselayer

    Baselayers are the foundation of your layering system. Even the most technical jackets can be negated in function by the wrong baselayer. That said, there are three main considerations when choosing a baselayer; fit, construction, and fabric. Because the purpose of a baselayer is to pull moisture from your skin, you want your baselayers to be relatively form fitting. The more contact the material has with your skin, the more moisture the fabric will be able to wick away. Next, it’s important to consider the construction of your baselayers. Choose a baselayer that has optimized seam placement to avoid chafing when wearing a pack, or harness. Finally and most importantly, you must choose your baselayer fabric. In almost all cases, it’s best to avoid cotton (constant, extreme heat can be an exception). Cotton absorbs moisture, dries extremely slow and loses all of it’s insulation properties when it gets wet. The two main fabrics used for baselayers are wool and synthetics. Wool tends to dry slower than a synthetic, but it retains insulative properties when wet and can be slightly warmer. Synthetics are generally lighter than their wool counterparts and dry significantly faster. For Beyond’s Axios Layering System, we’ve found that the lightweight, fast drying attributes of Polartec PowerDry work best within our system.

    Polartec Powerdry


    PowerDry is a bi-component knit synthetic that has been optimized for breathability and rapid moisture transport. The next to skin fabric is made up of gridded fleece channels that pull moisture from your skin into the smooth exterior fabric where moisture quickly dissipates and evaporates into the next layer of the system. The result is a fabric that breathes extremely well when you’re hot and insulates when you’re cold. Also, one major advantage to a bi-component construction is that the wicking properties are construction based and don’t rely on chemical fiber treatments. Chemical treatments designed to help the wicking process can wash out and lose their performance attributes.

    Aether Baselayers

    Our A1 Aether Baselayers are built out of 4-way stretch Polartec PowerDry fabric. They feature antimicrobial underarm gussets to reduce odor, and flat-lock seam construction to increase packability while reducing chafing from a pack or harness. These layers have been optimized for moisture transport and core temperature regulation. In addition, we use Polartec Powerdry, Wind-Pro and Alpha in our A2-A3’s to ensure seamless moisture transport from your next-to-skin all the way out to your shell fabric.


    Beyond Clothing – The Axios A9 Is Back In Stock

    Thursday, September 17th, 2015


    Beyond Clothing – A7 Cold Jacket Durable

    Wednesday, August 26th, 2015


    Beyond Clothing’s A7 Cold Jacket Durable is designed for wear in extreme cold environments. They combined a DWR coated 70D nylon ripstop shell over Climashield 3.6 oz. APEX Insulation.  Additionally, the Cold Jacket Durable features Cordura reinforcement in the elbows as well as the seat, and is oversized to be worn over A1-A5 layers while static in arctic climates.



  • Cordura reinforced seat and elbows
  • Helmet compatible, insulated hood with adjustments
  • Left internal chest pocket
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Hook and loop wrist adjustments
  • Internal mesh pocket
  • 2-way side vent zippers for pass through and easy layering over kit
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