These are the answer to the perennial winter sport question, which pants should I wear? Like its jacket namesake, the Breakaway 2 pant keeps a body at its most efficient, not too warm but protected from the cold. Built from Climawool, a four-way stretch wool blend, these pants are highly detailed with articulated knees, a reflective racing stripe and fourteen inch hem zippers.
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Front: Climawool™ 4-way stretch double weave, nylon with DWR finish (72% Nylon / 20% Merino / 8% Elastane); Back: Heavy Cycling Ponte Knit Zque™ NZM wool, 21 mircon, (92% wool / 6% Nylon / 2% Lycra® Front (shell): 225 g/m2, Back: 480 g/m2 Schoeller® Wool stretch woven fabric Lightweight Hybrid Pant ideal for aerobic pursuits Elastic waistband with cord lock; Articulated knees 6'' thigh pocket; 14'' zipper at pant hem with gripper elastic; Reflective racing stripe on left leg Inseams: S=31'', M,L&XL=32''' Machine washable Made in Canada Garment Weight (oz):
The same combination of fibers a the Climawool Lite (nylon, wool, Lycra®) only the nylon on this fabric is the stronger Cordura. The fabric is double woven and a bit tighter. It's built not only for high performance but also for increased durability and warmth for those activities that take you to harsher conditions. Machine washable.
Fiber Source: Where the fibers of this fabric are sourced.
Fabric Source: SwitzerlandWhere the fibers are knit or woven into this fabric.
Garment Source:CanadaWhere the fabric is assembled into this garment.
I have put my Breakaways through 5 years of heavy use. I ski cross-country, coach & instruct, so am out 5 to 8 times a week. I also worked at the 2010 Olympics, which means 6 weeks in snow & rain. These pants have stood up to everything I've thrown at them. I use them from arouind freezing to -20C by themselves. If I add long johns, they are good to -25C. They hold their shape and handle washi
Getting outdoors regularly in the Canadian winter is a test of one's will at times. Having the right clothing can turn an otherwise miserable experience into an enjoyable one. I've tried several different brands of winter running pants and tights in an effort to find the right solution. Finally, someone has nailed it! These Breakaway Pants have the features I've been looking for, and Ibex's ex
This is just a tremendous pant. The thing that surprised me the most was that I was expecting a looser fit, and these fit the same as tights do. If that is what you are looking for you won't find anything better. You can still fit a pair of long underwear underneath for temperatures under 20F. Only other down fall would be the price, but they are worth every penny, but if you get them on sale, it
I use this pant mostly for winter bike commuting. I know it's not specifically a cycling pant, but for this use it works great for me. I've also used it for hiking, but not as often. The pant is warm, sometimes enough on it's own, but often I have tights on underneath. That combination is great. I don't use it for harder workout rides, but for commuting when I really want to stay warm and am not w
The breakaway jacket was a game changer. I run every day in Minneapolis where it can get darned cold and windy. This garment is like magic. It stops the wind and breathes. It's dual fabric construction is way better than any single breathable fabric. The pants are the same, completing the picture. They are my go-to when it is cold and windy and I am going to be active.