Women's Sentinel Trousers Moonlight
Designed with specific characteristics for snow sports for efficient protection, stratification and movement.
Protection from atmospheric agents and high performance materials, underlining versatility for multiple activities.
Waterproof, windproof and breathable fabrics that offer completely protective environmental shelter.
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Produced in a certified Fair Trade structure. Building the well -being of workers in our product DNA.
Designed for freeride touring in the mountains, the Pant Sentinels are waterproof, breathable and resistant. Freerider require characteristics that manage the penalties of the descents in the area and the out of the track exploration, such as double side hinges that open widely for rapid ventilation. Storm protection and heat come from the N70P Gore-Tex 3L fabric with soft shell 3L Lo-Loft construction. The brushed lining of the material provides slight isolation and a sensation similar to the flannel. The resistant 100d Cordura® Powndercuffs ™ seal the snow and adapt under the snowboard highbacks, while the Keprotec ™ patches on the foot's neck prevent abrasion and ski cuts. Integrated Slide'n Loc ™ attacks connect to compatible jackets to create a unified clothing system that moves with the body and helps to seal the snow.
Updated with a magazine fit.
The Sentinel Pant was previously the Sentinel Ar Pant.
Tips for sizes and fit: we have heard that this model wears small. Consult the table table to find your fit and cut if you are between sizes or want extra space for the layers.
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In the midst of the Canadian mountains in 1989 in North Vancouver in the British Columbia area, the climber Dave Lane, was not satisfied with the products for climbing up to the time on the market, and decided it was time to produce own, starting with the manufacture harnesses for climbing and bags to contain magnesite, a short time later he decided to take advantage of the enormous experience and colleague Jeremy Guard view of his vast knowledge and experience in climbing, and this is where the legend of the "Dead Bird" was born.
In 1991, Lane Guard and decided to change the company name, inspired Archeopteryx, an extinct genus of dinosaur, a transitional form between the feathered dinosaurs and modern birds is considered the oldest known bird. The choice was made to reflect the vision of the company and its founders: to create a dirompete evolutionary innovation in the outdoor, just like Archeopteryx, who served as evolutionary bridge between land feathered dinosaurs and early birds.
The shift from a production point of view, came when the company was able to obtain a license to use the GORE-TEX® from W. L. Gore & Associates.
The attention around Arc'teryx has exploded during the Future Forum in New York organized by Nike in early February, when Drake and the same Virgil, turned out in the front row with two identical jackets line Arc'teryx LEAF.
In 2020 Arc'teryx appeared at the Paris Fashion Week show in Off-White, heads were worn with splicing technique along with rich clothes