The leaves are changing, and the temps are dropping, which means that we’ll need to transition out of our summer clothes and into our cold-weather apparel. And if you plan on tackling any trails or camping in comfort, you need to be equipped with reliable gear. Mountain Hardwear has been supplying us with just that since 1993, and to celebrate 30 years of style and reliability, the label has announced the Mountain Hardwear Reissue capsule featuring sustainable redesigns of classic apparel, including the Subzero Down Jacket Reissue, Exposure GORE-TEX Parka Reissue, and the Windstopper Tech Jacket Reissue.
Starting with the Subzero Down Jacket Reissue, Mountain Hardwear updated its first down-insulated jacket with modern and sustainable construction. It starts with 100% recycled ultralight Pertex Y Fuse ripstop shell fabric with a DWR finish, and keeps you warm with 650 fill power down. You’re getting plenty of storage with three zippered pockets (two hands and one chest), and a customizable fit thanks to the adjustable cuffs and lower hem. The Subzero Down Jacket Reissue is available now for $350.
The new Exposure GORE-TEX Parka Reissue is based on the label’s first mountaineering shell, and it’s made with two layers of 100% recycled GORE-TEX. The oversized adjustable hood gives you good protection and enough space to wear a helmet, with a powder skirt inside to keep snow at bay when you’re shredding on the mountain. Three zippered pockets keep your gear safe, and it’s finished with retro color-blocking to capture that old-school look. The Exposure GORE-TEX Parka Reissue is available now for $400.
Finally, the Windstopper Tech Jacket Reissue (based on the Windstopper Tech Fleece) also features a completely recycled material construction with three layers of 200D Nylon Taslan, polyester, and nylon. Like the Subzero Down Jacket, it has two zippered hand pockets, a zippered chest pocket, and hem adjusters. The Windstopper Tech Jacket Reissue is available now for $275.