Mountain Equipment Mens Tupilak Pants

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Total protection and total mobility in the most treacherous of conditions: the Tupilak Pants have you covered.

This fully specified technical mountain pant has been engineered in the latest incarnation of Gore-Tex Pro, for the optimum combination of waterproofing, durability and exceptional breathability. Mountain Equipment's Storm Construction techniques - a collection of technologies including innovative seam design and zip components - ensure the elements stay outside, and weather protection is further enhanced with the addition of zip-out snow gaiters.

To guard against rocky scraping and abrasion, they're equipped with tough reinforcing panels and, as winter mountaineering involves a fair amount of sharpened ironmongery, there are even tougher patches to protect you from your screws and crampons.

Held up with removable braces for a secure fit, the Tupilak Pant's active, articulated cut ensures that if anything is holding you back, it won't be your trousers!

  • Fabric:
    • Main: Gore-Tex Pro (100% nylon, 80D)
    • Lower back insert: Exolite 275
  • Waterproof & breathable
  • Bonded ice-screw protection overlay
  • Reinforced crampon kick-strips
  • Storm Construction techniques
  • Alpine fit with articulated knees
  • Full-length, 2-way AquaGuard side zips
  • Removable, adjustable braces
  • 2-way fly zip
  • Zip-out internal snow gaiters
  • Weight: 620g
Product Code: A1A12361

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Mountain Equipment know a thing or two about challenging conditions; because when you play a role in every British first ascent over 8000m and stand on the summit of Everest more than 175 times, being an expert can make all the difference.


That’s why Mountain Equipment have spent decades engineering expedition kit for the harshest conditions on the planet. They’ve equipped unsupported trips to the most extreme and far reaching corners of the globe and are trusted by International Mountain Guides and Sherpas the world over.

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